There’s a lot of confusion when it comes to building websites.
Do you need one or can you get away with just using social media? What are the advantages of having a website? What should go on it? And how do you go about building one?
This workshop answers those questions and gives you the information you need to take the next step.
More specifically, the workshop will cover:
- how people search for information online – and why a website is essential for your organisation
- how websites fit in with your marketing mix
- what content should go on your site – and what shouldn’t
- how to plan your website’s structure
- what kinds of web designs work best
- different ways you can build a website (this looks at the pros and cons of different platforms, from Squarespace to WordPress)
- what to look for in a web developer – and what you need to ask for
- what you need to know about search engine optimisation (SEO)
- what to do once your website is built to make sure it’ll be as successful as possible.
The workshop will be fun and interactive, allowing participants to ask questions and discuss common issues that they face.
The next course will run from 9.30am to 12pm (AEST) on Tuesday 4 June.
Only eight places are available to make sure everyone can participate and receive feedback. Tickets cost $210 (plus GST).
Digital handbooks will be given, in addition to a recording of the webinar.
Who is this website building course for?
The short answer: anyone who need to build a new website or redesign an existing one.
The course usually attracts:
- small business owners
- content creators
- not for profits
- small organisations.
Having said that, even people working in large organisations will benefit from this. The basics this course covers are needed (and yet often overlooked) by more people than not – and only discovered too late. By understanding these issues now, before you start building a website, you can save yourself a lot of heartache and expense.
- "Dan is adaptable to the various audience’s requirements and has a tremendous scope of information and experience which he delivers very well."Maggie Videan – Cancer Council
- "I was really impressed with the course and the delivery was both entertaining and engaging. We covered a lot of ground."Ewan Richmond – Yarra City Council
- "Very engaging. I loved the sense of humour – makes it interesting."Peta Cooper - NSW Health Pathology
- "Very enjoyable and easy to follow. It was useful and engaging."Darlene Vincent – NSW Department of Primary Industries