The Greenville Area Office of the Clemson University Small Business Development Center presents “The Small Business Website: Ten Mistakes You Must Not Make” sponsored by Dority & Manning, P.A.
Your small business website should fuel the growth of your business. It should effectively represent your brand while providing ways for your leads to easily engage you.
As a small business owner, it can be easy – or tempting – to get in the way of your own marketing. You may take shortcuts with your business website. These shortcuts can become mistakes that undermine your business goals and turn your website from golden egg to fried omelet.
The sad thing is that you may not know you’re making these mistakes and undermining your business website. In this seminar, you will learn the ten most common mistakes small business owners make on their websites. You don’t have to be a webhead to attend this seminar where logic prevails!
“The Small Business Website: Ten Mistakes You Must Not Make” will be held at Clemson at the Falls (55 East Camperdown Way, Greenville, SC 29601) on Tuesday, May 24, Room 1-A from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. A box lunch will be provided (pre-registration is required).
The investment required is $20. Please register online at http://workgroups.clemson.edu/SBDC_Workshops/form.php. For more information, please contact the Clemson University Small Business Development Center via e-mail: email@example.com or by telephone at 864.370.1545.
Sponsored by Dority & Manning, P.A.
Dority & Manning’s (http://www.dority-manning.com/) lawyers practice all aspects of intellectual property law. Their clients turn to them for services in patents, trademarks, copyrights, designs, unfair trade practices, internet issues, trade secrets, and licensing. Dority & Manning have a focused litigation practice with experience assisting our clients in courts throughout South Carolina and the United States and in tribunals abroad. Their attorneys provide counseling and complex portfolio management for start-up, corporate, and university clients.
The South Carolina SBDC is partially funded under a Cooperative Agreement by the U.S. Small Business Administration. The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) operates in partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration. The support given by the U.S. Small Business Administration through such funding does not constitute an express or implied endorsement of the co-sponsor (s) or participants’ opinions, products or services. All SBDC programs are nondiscriminatory and available to individuals with disabilities.