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How to Create a Successful DIY Website to Drive Global Ecommerce Marketing Webinar

Thu 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Topic: Marketing Planning

Every year, as more and more people are buying their products online from both local and foreign retailers, successful small business owners are taking this opportunity to expand their reach and attract customers both Nationally and Internationally.

In this webinar, join experts from Front Burner Marketing, LLC and the SBDC Export Assistance Network as they show you how to create a globally friendly website, drive both National and International traffic to your site via social media and share other resources available to help you expand in the International Marketplace. Topics covered include:

*Ecommerce Website Components for International Reach- Must Haves, Should Haves and Nice to Have
*DIY Website Builders and Pros and Cons of Each-DIY, HubSpot, WordPress, Custom Code
*DIY Website Training Resources and When to Outsource
*Tips on Utilizing Social Media to Reach a larger Market both Nationally and Globally and Drive Potential Customers to Your Website
*SBDC Exporting Assistance Network: Available Resources and No Cost Counseling to Help You Expand Into the International Market

Organized by the Ohio SBDC at Lakeland Community College

This workshop will be using the WebEx platform. Once you have registered, you will receive the link for this webinar on December 14, 2022. Deadline to register is December 14, 2022 by 3pm.

Speaker(s): *Tiffany Lardomita, Senior Account Mgr. and Program Director of Marketing Training Room at Front Burner Marketing, LLC *Nate Ward, Director of the Global Business Center at CSU and the SBDC Export Assistance Network


Fee: No Cost

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