Many suggestions have been made and here's the topics for upcoming sessions.  If you have more ideas or are interested in presenting contact us

  • Securing Your Joomla Site
  • Quick Site Builds
  • CRM for Non-profits: CiviCRM
  • Framework: Gantry
  • Framework: Helix 
  • Framework: T3
  • eCommerce: J2Store
  • Multilingual Sites
  • EasyBlog
  • Tools your Joomla Agency Needs
  • CSS Grids
  • Droptables vs ShackSheets
  • Joomla 3.9 Privacy Tools
  • Joomla 4
  • Fabrik
  • MyJoomla
  • Watchful.li
  • AMP and Joomla

Don't forget to check out our Past Presentations

Valuing Your Website

From December 12, 2018 11:00 am until December 12, 2018 12:00 pm
Posted by JUG Chicago North Team
Categories: Workshop
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*** Online Presentation ***

Avery Cohen is back again this year but this time with a different sort of presentation.  He always brings info on SEO changes, tips and tricks, but this time he's adding something a bit different.

How to value work for prospects and clients is a constant challenge for website developers and online marketing service providers. How can we avoid the commoditization trap? Avery Cohen will talk about building trust while providing value and remaining relevant to prospects and clients. We will discuss how to establish a process that continually adds measurable value by setting marketing goals with clients and bringing into play a suite of services you can bring to the table to achieve these goals for clients.

Don't forget to REGISTER so we know you're joining us. For those joining in-person we're ordering lunch.

We recommend parking in the 4 hour free shopper (blue) parking in the Vail Street Garage, Entrance is Vail Avenue or Highland Between Sigwalt & Campbell Streets.

*** When registering, be sure to click "Add Ticket" after your selection. ***

Going

  • Gravatar Kendall Cabe
  • Gravatar Daniel Pierce
  • Gravatar Terry Bjork
  • Gravatar Carrie Dodt
  • Gravatar Avery Cohen
  • Gravatar Bruce Moore
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