Web.com is hosting a free seminar to help small-business owners learn how to increase visibility and market their businesses online.
The Small Business Summit will take place on April 18 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Ga. Through Web.com's agreement with the PGA Tour and as umbrella sponsor of the Web.com Tour, Web.com developed the Small Business Summit series to benefit entrepreneurs across the country.
Vince DeSilva, senior vice president of membership services at the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, will be the opening speaker at the summit, and Debbi Lechner, Web.com vice president of marketing, will share information and tools to help small-business owners increase visibility and optimize marketing efforts online.
"At Web.com, we believe it is very important to give back to the communities we serve, so we are very pleased to offer this event which is focused on helping small-business owners improve their business model," said Ms. Lechner. "At each Small Business Summit, we deliver a lively discourse covering a range of key, timely topics that small business owners face when tackling increasingly important digital opportunities."
At the Small Business Summit, Web.com leaders share best practices that address the real-world challenges small-business owners face when trying to market online and engage through social media channels. Attendees will receive information on how to implement digital outreach opportunities.
Attendance is free, but advanced registration is requested at smallbusinesssummit.web.com.
Web.com (Nasdaq:WWWW) provides Internet services and online marketing solutions for small businesses.
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