Are your images good enough?
How do you stay motivated when trying to find a market for your work?

Are you wondering if your website is working for you?

Are you wondering if your web site is working for you? Can a website provide more benefits? Good questions! Well there is a program coming up that can offer real insight into your web site performance.

Marla Johnson Norris from Aristotle Design will be speaking for two hours at the upcoming Professional Development Seminar. This costs only $10 with pre-registration ($15 at the door).

The first hour will be:
Improving Website Performance & Design
In this highly informative and entertaining hour, Marla Johnson Norris will share tips on building new websites, modifying existing ones to better engage web visitors, and to rank higher in search engines. Learn how to develop design elements that build your web audience and lead visitors to online purchasing.

The second hour is titled:
Using Social Networking and Virtual Communities to Drive Business
Social networking and online communities are quickly becoming some of the most useful tools in the virtual marketplace. Marla Johnson Norris will show you how to cut through the clutter using these free venues to create buzz about your work. During this session, she will cover a wide variety of networking opportunities that are readily and inexpensively available – from articles and blogs to consumer sites such as ETSY.com and trunkt.com to community sharing sites such as Flickr, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and LinkedIn.

Revolutionary

Maximizing the Online Revolution: Websites and Beyond

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WHEN: Wednesday, May 20, 2009

TIME: 2:00 - 6:00 PM
WHERE: The Loews Philadelphia Hotel
Commonwealth Rooms C & D
1200 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
COST: $10 with pre-registration for the entire afternoon; $15 at the door
Pre-REGISTER online Scroll down the page to the line that says: * Pre-Conference Professional Development Seminar 

To read about the entire program go here:

Would you like to ask our speaker and panelists questions? You are welcome to submit your questions in advance by simply posting your questions on this blog as a comment.

Best regards,

I look forward to meeting you in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 20, 2009.
Harriete Estel Berman

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