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Advanced Websites: How to Turn Your Web Traffic Into Sales

Optimize Your Website to Maximize Conversions

Course Description

Across Canada, small businesses are embracing a digital transformation. Customers are more comfortable than ever shopping online, and savvy business owners are building the infrastructure needed to meet rising demand. Web traffic is great to have, but are you doing everything you can to turn traffic into sales?

This fast-paced and interactive webinar focuses on key strategies and common mistakes made in website development. You’ll learn how to implement best practices and maximize the effectiveness of your online presence.

Join Kris Trudeau, Founder of HPX Media, and discover how to optimize your website to meet your business goals. Together, you’ll delve into popular websites, assess their strengths and weaknesses, and develop key takeaways to boost your business website.

Recommended Pre-requisites:
– Participant already has a website, or
– Attended “Creating a Website for Your Business” webinar

What Will I Learn?

  • Common mistakes businesses make that cost them sales or leads

  • How to set goals, as well as strategies for how to achieve them

  • Best practices to grow engagement and website conversions

  • 3-5 tips you can implement today to improve overall conversion

Presented By

Small Business BC’s webinars are delivered online via Zoom. All webinar participants will receive access to a recording for seven days after the live session. For instructions on how to optimize your Zoom setup, click here.

Session Date & Time
October 21 at 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
  • Length: 1.5 Hours
  • Language: English
  • Subject: Technology, Marketing & Sales, Branding
  • Price: $49.00
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