The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at San Jacinto College will offer a public workshop that provides guidelines for creating and maintaining Web site content.
“Web Content and Vision Workshop” will be conducted on Wednesday, March 10 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at the SBDC’s Pearland office, located at 6117 Broadway (inside the Pearland Commerce Center).
The “lunch and learn” workshop will cover such subjects as:
• Anatomy of a Web site: learning about the four basic Web site components — content, system, design, and traffic;
• Creating content, including a step-by-step process for creating content;
• Web site vision: tips on creating a Web site vision to be constantly working toward desired goals;
• Web site maintenance: tips about staying on top of a Web site.
Persons who would benefit from the workshop include small business owners who want to improve their Web presence, and entrepreneurs looking for cost-free ways to build a customer base.
The workshop presenter will be Eric Shafer, president of Click and Create. Shafer has been a trainer and developer of technology solutions for more than 15 years. As a former high school teacher, flight instructor, embedded operating system developer and oil company project manager, Shafer has extensive experience on comprehensive IT projects.
Shafer has served on the board of the American Society for Training and Development and runs two special interest groups: the Houston Web Design Meet-up group, and the Houston DotNetNuke Meet-up group.
The cost to attend the workshop is $20 per person, which includes a box lunch. Space is limited and registration is required. To register and for more details, please call 281- 485-5214 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
The SBDC at San Jacinto College provides free counseling and low-cost workshops to help small business owners start and grow their companies. Working with existing as well as start-up firms, SBDC seeks to increase profits, reduce failures and create jobs in the local community to contribute to economic development.
SBDC consultants can help business owners apply for business loans, create written business plans, devise marketing strategies, develop operating budgets and more. Workshops cover basic management topics.
San Jacinto College serves more than 27,000 students in over 140 degrees and certificates in university transfer and technical programs. The College also serves the community through workforce training. Students come to San Jacinto College with various goals and aspirations and we are committed to their success. San Jacinto College. Your Goals. Your College.
For more information about San Jacinto College, please call 281-998-6150 or visit www.sanjac.edu.