Your customers are talking—are you listening?

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In today’s competitive and increasingly tech dependent world, knowing how to create a website is indispensable as an entrepreneur—young or old. As an entrepreneur, it is crucial to establish your credibility and to develop a firm client base. Developing relationships with your customers and earning their trust is an important step in doing so. Over the years, the web has evolved in a central medium through which you can communicate with your established clientele as well as potential clientele and leads.  By having a website, it not only lowers your advertising costs but it also allows you stand out from the crowd in a unique and personal way.

However, creating a website and learning how to use the tools is easier said than done. We have all been there. Raking our brains trying to figure out where on earth to start. Eventually, most of us often end up outsourcing the task. Thankfully, there’s help and in just one workshop you can learn how to create a website and communicate with your clientele in a way you find efficient.

In creating your own website, not only will it enable you to save money on outsourcing and advertising, it will also enable you to:  Know and better understand your target audience by learning how to use website tools to track leads; Use the appropriate social media platforms to market your website.

On November 28th, 2015 from 2pm to 5 pm (EST), YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS IN TORONTO introduces a web design workshop, where you will learn how to: 

  • Create a website or blog
  • Use website tools to track leads
  • Market your website using social media

For further details and to register visit: yetworkshops.com

WHERE

North York Central Library – 5120 Yonge Street North York, Ontario M2N 5N9 CA

Your customers are talking—show them you’re listening.

 

Written By

Maketo Binzangi

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