This in depth session covers the best method of determining a clients cart needs and more importantly the common mistakes many folks make when trying to do so. From “the battle” between open source carts and proprietary rentals to SEO impacts – this seminar not only covers the details of how to select a cart but offers simple practical advice on how to do it. Every question will be answered.
The evening starts with an hour of networking. A variety of appetizers and hors d’oeuvres will be served.
Choosing a Search-Friendly Shopping Cart
When: Tuesday, January 26, 2010; from 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Where: Boston Marriott Newton, Newton, MA
Speaker: Ross Lasley, The Internet Educator
Cost: Free to SEMNE members, $49 for non-members.
If you have a membership that entitles you to free admission, please login and register. Registrations help us prepare name badges and order ample food.
About the Speaker
Ross Lasley was on the web before “www” even existed – and he has been working on “websites” since he was 10. In 1996, at the age of 22, Ross founded the web development company, KISS Computing, with the help of his wife, Amy, who is a graphic artist. Started from a home office, the company grew to be Cape Cod’s number one web development firm, and garnered a number of awards.
After selling the business and moving to their rural Maine farm in 2006, Ross subsequently started The Internet Educator to help entrepreneurs and web professionals learn what they need to know to create more profitable websites. Since the early 1990’s, Ross has worked on the websites of thousands of businesses. His efforts have generated more than $100 million in online sales for his clients.
Ross was a speaker at 2009 Internet Retailer Conference and Exposition, the 2009 Discover New England Conference, and he has been invited to present at the Maine Governor’s Conference on Tourism, which will be held in February of 2010.
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