Seminar focuses on Internet “findability”

The Haywood County Tourism Development Authority and Haywood Community Colleges’ Small Business Center will co-sponsor a seminar for small business owners titled “Findability on the Web: Tips and Tricks From The Pros” from 10 a.m. to noon on Sept. 28.

The seminar will cover topics such as the importance of local search, in-bound linking strategies, why keywords are important, how to analyze your current website and set reachable goals that can improve results.

The entire focus will be small business-centric and give clear steps and tools to connect to your customers online. Ty Hallock, of TopFloorStudio a Web and Mobile agency in Asheville and Ravenel Mansfield, of Ravenel Consulting will be the presenters.

The presentation takes place at the Regional High Tech Center in the Waynesville Industrial Park and is free. Participants are asked to pre-register to insure a seat. To register call the Haywood County TDA at 828.452.0152 or the Small Business Center at 828.627.4512. More information is also available at www.visitncsmokies.com/hcc.

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