7 steps to building your social media

WITH ANDREA ANDERSON  |  REGISTER

   Wednesday 24 July 2019

  • 3.30pm - 5.00pm (Qld time)

  Online

   $18.41 inc GST & booking fee

About the workshop

As of June 2018 there was more than 1.8 billion websites on the internet right now, and the number continues to grow. So congratulations! You have entered the most competitive environment ever known within business!

Do you have a highly effective website that helps your business to stand out from the crowd?

If you aren’t sure, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and find out.

Tracking website metrics, like tracking your financial numbers, will give you valuable insights and allow you to capitalize on opportunities and track improvements.

Thanks to the plethora of data and information available it can be difficult to pinpoint key metrics. That is why we’ve pulled together seven simple key metrics to determine your site’s effectiveness. From engagement to usability to functionality, these metrics will provide a comprehensive overview of the health of your website.

At the end of the webinar you will:

  • Identify the usability of your site
  • Understand if your content is consumer friendly
  • Determine the speed and traffic to your site
  • Identify the quality of On and Off Page optimisation
  • This workshop is designed to identify what is and what is not working in your site, so you can discuss with your website developer

When you attend the webinar you will receive the Website Effectiveness Template for you to use as part of the webinar. Please ensure you have the template loaded to your laptop to be used during the course of the webinar.

About Andrea

Andrea AndersonAndrea is a passionate advocate of the power of the small business enterprise to establish economic strength and stability. The KISS Theory – Keep It Simple Silly - is her main aim when transforming organisations with a structured approach for cohesion and collaboration.

Andrea has owned and operated businesses for the last 20 years as a 'solepreneur' through to employing up to 35 people.


An ASBAS Digital Solutions Qld workshop