Saturday, 29 April 2017 2.00 - 5.00 pm
Workshop on effective websites for translators and interpreters:
Technical aspects you need to know before and after you create your website
Venue: Artizan Library
Artizan Street Library & Community Centre, 1 Artizan Street, London, E1 7AF). Nearest Underground station: Aldgate
Speaker: Georgea Goldstein, Operations and Projects Director, Ultraview Ltd
Georgea Goldstein is an IT consultant with an MBA in E-Commerce. She has extensive experience in building profitable websites and will be covering the following topics:
Websites: do I need a website?
Domain, website and hosting: a brief explanation of each element and the link between them
CMS: what is a Content Management System (CMS), what CMS solutions are available in the market and how to choose the right one?
Creating a website: planning, creating, maintaining
SEO: what is an SEO? keywords research; on-site customisation; off-site SEO/Link building
Google Analytics: what is Google Analytics? why do I need it?
The aim of the workshop is to set participants on the path to creating a website that will enhance their marketing presence. Active participation during the session is encouraged.The workshop is suited to participants that already have a website and want to improve it or to participants that are considering having a website and would like to explore different options: eg a static website, one based on a CMS solution, one using online platforms.
Cost: £10 for LRG members; £15 for non-LRG members
Light refreshments will be served at the start of the afternoon.
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