Web.com Forums Help Small Businesses Learn How to Market Online

Date posted: January 28, 2013

By Karen Axelton

Are you looking for help marketing your business online? Internet services and online marketing solutions provider Web.com is offering local help for small businesses seeking to create or improve their Internet presence.  Web.com will hold 25 Small Business Forums across the United States this year, focusing on the challenges and opportunities that small businesses face when moving from more traditional media to having an online presence.

The free forums, held in conjunction with SCORE, will give small businesses the benefit of Web.com’s 15 years of experience in helping small businesses with their online presence, including websites, online marketing, search engine optimization including local search, ecommerce,, social media and mobile options.

Web.com’s Small Business Forum will focus on the primary topics that make up a successful Internet presence:  the elements of a great website, how to determine if your website is ‘working’ for you, increasing traffic to your website and your business, and de-mystifying how to efficiently market on Google, Facebook and Twitter.

The first forum will take place in conjunction with the Chitimacha Louisiana Open on March 21st, 2013.

For the full  list of Web.com Small Business Forum sites and dates, go to www.businessforum.web.com.


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