Thursday, May 17th - 12 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Media Maven: Finding Your Tree in the Web Forest: SEO for NPO's Location: Channel 17 Studios/ CCTV in Burlington VT and LIVE Webcast Cost: With Lunch: $15 | Without Lunch $10 | LIVE Webcast $15

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Media Maven: Finding Your Tree in the Web Forest

It's a noisy World Wide Web, inhabited by busy people with limited time. How do you draw them to your web and social media real estate? And when they get there, does your audience find what they are looking for? How do you know?

How do you make the changes to improve your audience experience and deliver our goods? Learn how to "optimize" your web and related sites so that they can be found and easily travelled. Increase the chances that people will do what you want them to do: learn, donate, sign up and more!


Meet with your peers, share some lunch or watch from your desk!

Bring your questions, communications priorities and good ideas!


Cost: With Lunch: $15 | Without Lunch $10 | Webcast $15

CCTV & Common Good Vermont's Media Maven Lunches and Webcasts cover a broad array of topics to help your organization be more effective and incerase your imcat. Check out a wwww.CommonGoodVT.org for additional traings, helpful video and on-demand resources. Tell your friends!

 


May 17th, 2012 12:00 PM   through   2:00 PM
Channel 17 Studios & Live Webcast
294 North Winooski Avenue
Webcast Coordinates will be sent to you.
Burlington, VT 05401
United States
Phone: 802.862.1645 x21
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