SCORE Webinar: Here Are the Key Elements of a Successful Website

David Bjorkgren
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SCORE webinar on making a small business website a success
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A free webinar from SCORE Chester and Delaware Counties Thursday, May 13, will show small business owners how to create a successful website, or make a current website even more successful.

The webinar, 12 to 1 p.m.., is hosted by Cary Baskin, a SCORE workshop presenter. He is Managing Partner of the Marketing Department in Malvern.

There is lots to consider when developing a website for your business. 

This webinar highlights:

  • Design
  • Programming or page builder
  • Copy
  • User experience
  • Domain name
  • Hosting
  • How the website interacts with the search engine

About the Presenter:

Cary Baskin is Managing Partner of the Marketing Department in Malvern. The Marketing Department is a website, SEO, and digital marketing agency.

His career spans more than 40 years working for companies like Honeywell, M&M, Mars. He’s also worked for local technology companies like Kulicke & Soffa and Checkpoint Systems.

Cary developed and launched many products. He has marketed local businesses and global market development in North America, Europe, SE Asia, and Japan.

Cary has an MBA from Pace University, a Masters in Bioengineering from Polytechnic of New York, and a BSEE from Pratt Institute.

Click here to register. 

About SCORE

SCORE is the nation’s largest network of volunteer business experts. It is dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals.

Make a difference as a SCORE volunteer

Since 1964, it has provided education and mentorship to more than 11 million entrepreneurs nationwide.

SCORE Chester and Delaware Counties has been operating since 1985. It has 100 dedicated volunteers today. They provide confidential mentoring at no charge. They offer business seminars, workshops, and webinars to benefit the local community.

SCORE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

Find out more about SCORE by clicking here. 

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