How to get your website noticed

Fora presents ‘How to get your website noticed’ with Filip Matous
28th November
6 – 7pm

For those of you who are looking to improve your business skills but don’t have the pennies to pay for expensive business how-to courses and seminars, the stylish new boutique hotel styled co-working space Fora is offering an inexpensive solution open to all. Continuing their program of educational events this November, this time offering a free talk from website expert Filip Matous on ‘How to get your website noticed’.

The one hour seminar will explain to attendees on how to drive traffic to your website with limited time and budget, talking you through the endless possible moves you can make to help you achieve profitable funnels. Spend 60 minutes learning a decision-making process on what to prioritise when it comes to your getting your website noticed.

The hour will be broken apart into 6 fast moving parts:
ATTENTION: What’s the best traffic source(s) to get
 the attention of your market? Learn the pros and cons of social, paid, pr, search and direct traffic.
INTEREST: Now that they are on your website for the
 first time, can you increase their interest?
DESIRE: Is there a legit reason for people to return to your website?
ACTION: Does traffic on your site convert to profit? Via leads / sales / brand top-of-mind-awareness?
LOGISTICS: What are realistic timings and investment levels matched to web traffic goals?
Q&A: Put Filip on the spot with your challenges and he’ll create a barebones funnel for you on the spot.

Filip has spent 25,000 hours banging on about this framework, from his agency days in LA, NYC and London, to running his own traffic pushing agency for five years for clients like the Marriott, Harvard Business Review and The City of London Corporation, to his latest reinvention, as a digital strategist and consultancy partner.

ADDRESS: Fora – Clerkenwell – Central St.

Register for your free tickets via Eventbrite.

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Written by Jordan Crowley