Who should attend?
The Blast into CyberSpace teleseminar series is designed
- Professional Speakers
- Association Managers
- Professionals who run their own offices
- CEOs of small businesses
- Departmental managers without an IT staff
What you will learn in the Blast into CyberSpace
- 10 things that make a website effective
- 30 secrets to promoting your site
- 10 biggest mistakes most websites make
- How to sort through the web hosting maze
- How to set up an e-commerce site
- Top 4 decisions only you can make
- How to decide who will create your site
- 3 easy ways to do your own maintenance
- 12 rules of thumb for good page design
- 3 policies you must have in place
What you will accomplish
Each teleseminar is designed to be an inactive
experience. Prior to the seminar you will receive the
telephone number to call, suggestions for effective use of a
teleseminar, and the URL for the website for that seminar.
You are encouraged to look over the website prior to the
seminar so that you can begin to ask questions.
During the teleseminar your instructor will go over the
materials. You'll do one or two activities while you are on
the telephone line, so have paper and pencil ready. You'll
have multiple opportunities to ask questions that are
specific to your situation, so have that list of questions
next to the phone!
Between the first and second session of the two-session
teleseminars, you will have "homework". This homework will
involve you in actually doing some of the work you have
discussed in the seminar. That way, at the second session
you can clarify any points or ask any questions that came
from your work online. This learn-apply-question-learn cycle
will provide you the maximum learning experience.
After the teleseminar the website will remain active. It
is constantly being updated with new information, new URLs,
and new concepts. In fact, we keep a page of links to sites
that have been updated or created as a result of the
teleseminars - be sure to get your site on the list! You are
welcome to log into the website at any time in order to look
at or review something included in the seminar. You are also
welcome to email the instructor will questions before,
during, and after the seminar.
These teleseminars provide the richest learning
experience you can have. They are more interactive than an
online course, provide more current information than a book,
and give you a better opportunity to apply the knowledge
than a live course.
Who should attend?
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