Search Engine Optimization: Directing Traffic to Your Nonprofit Website
Thursday, April 3, 2014 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM (CDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Search Engine Optimization: Directing Traffic
to Your Nonprofit Website
Join HandsOn Tech and trainer Joel Wurffel in learning basic techniques to improve and promote your website in order to draw the right people to the right place. There are some tried and true approaches to SEO that can generate real results with little to no cost - other than an investment of time. In this seminar, we'll focus on how to drive traffic through:
- Site optimization: How to configure web pages so that they are search-engine friendly
- Site Linking: Easy ways to generate quality external links to your site
- The Power of Social Media: How Social Media sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube can drive traffic to your site
- Remarkable Content: How blogs, vlogs and other content can draw users to your site
About Joel Wurffel
Joel Wurffel has been a technical trainer for over 15 years. Working for some of the top technical training firms in the Chicagoland area, Joel has taught application and web development concepts to thousands of students over the years. Currently, Joel is a Principal at SkillForge, a technical training provider working with companies of all sizes across North America.
The Peace Corner Youth Center is a 503(c)(3) organization located in the Austin neighborhood on Chicago’s Westside. Originally established to provide the neighborhood youth a safe haven from gang violence and drug dealing, The Peace Corner has grown into a community center that provides employment services, GED class referrals, basic skill development, recreational programing, legal counseling, mentoring, tutoring, and hope for all that are willing to take a step in a positive direction.
When & Where
HandsOn Tech Chicago
HandsOn Tech Chicago is a program designed to transform how nonprofits use and embrace technology in the Chicago area. Our mission is to increase the effectiveness of the nonprofit sector’s use of technology and ultimately improve outcomes for low-income communities and families.