SMALL BIZ: Building Better Mousetraps: How Content Inspires Your Website Visitors to Act with Andy Crestodina (BAP Webcast)

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Name: SMALL BIZ: Building Better Mousetraps: How Content Inspires Your Website Visitors to Act with Andy Crestodina (BAP Webcast)
Date: July 17, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT
Event Description:
Driving traffic to your website is hard work and is something that every small business owner deals with. But once you do it, how do you convert your visitors into leads and customers? The secret is content. After planning 1000+ websites over the last 18 years, Andy Crestodina will share his process for compelling your visitors to take action.
You’ll leave with new insights into visitor psychology and new ideas on which changes will make the biggest impact.
1 N Pinckney St, Madison, WI 53703
Date/Time Information:
Tuesday, July 17, Noon-1 pm CT
Contact Information:
Nicholas Jackson
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