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Websites and Wine

Can you gather some friends or colleagues together for a fun “work night out” experience?

Enjoy this unique “study hall” experience where we work on your online presence in either a structured class, or an open Q/A time.

Being in business these days means you simply must have an online presence, whether through a website, a blog, social media profiles, or all of the above!

My Wine and Websites classes are designed to give you a chance to bring your own laptop (or borrow one of ours with registration) and work on your online presence with my guidance and support. In this fun party atmosphere, you’ll be able to relax and enjoy the sometimes daunting experience of enhancing your web presence.

I will be on standby to help answer questions, point you in the right direction, or fix any issues that may arise. You may choose to use this time to work on writing blog posts and scheduling them to post in the future, researching your search engine keywords, or setting up your social media profiles. Karen can help with all of that and then some! Not on Yelp or Google Maps yet? Get those set up. Want to start listing ads on Craigslist or Merchant Circle? Work on that, too! Are you already pretty adept at your online presence but just haven’t had the time to update? Join us and get it done, whatever tasks you need to work on. No matter what, you’ll have some fun with local business men and women like yourself and make progress that will help you reach new customers.

Do you prefer to have a structured class? We can do that too! Take any of our Bring Your Own Laptop party topics and turn it into a Wine and Websites theme, to add a social atmosphere.

The cost for this event depends on the focus (lesson, or open workshop?), location,  and number of people. There is a minimum fee of $300.

Questions? Leave them in the comments or contact Karen directly.

Following is a video of one of our recent Bring Your Own Laptop Parties:

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