Leading provider of internet services and online solutions, Web.com Group announces local help for small business willing to create and improve internet presence. In union with its umbrella sponsorship of the Web.com Tour, the company is planning to have more than two dozen two dozen Small Business Forums across the United States in 2013 which will focus on the particular tests and opportunities that small businesses face in shifting to online presence from traditional media techniques.
“Small businesses have so many competing demands on their time and energy, and we know the added need to successfully market their business online can seem daunting. Our mission at Web.com is to share our expertise with small businesses so that they understand the essential elements of a successful online marketing presence and can move forward with confidence,” said David L. Brown, chairman and chief executive officer for Web.com.
Good news, the forum is for free and will share small business assistance on websites, online marketing, search engine optimization including local search, eCommerce, and more recently, social media and mobile options which is together with the Chitimacha Louisiana Open on March 21st, 2013.
Web.com will focus on primary topics : 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.
“SCORE’s mission is to grow successful businesses across America, one at a time. Small businesses are the engine of our economy, and both SCORE and Web.com are excited about this opportunity to reach more small businesses and help them succeed,” commented W. Kenneth Yancey, Jr., SCORE CEO.