Running a website (for business or pleasure)

Thursday 21 May 2009

Arrive by 6.45pm for 7pm start, ending at 9.30pm

Dan Harrison

IBM Hursley Clubhouse, Osman Room (directions available on booking) Map

This event is free, but booking is required, as there are limited spaces. The event is open to BCS and non-BCS members. To book, please contact send an email to

More and more people are realising that they need to create a website for their business, club or special interest group. A successful website is not something that?s created overnight using Dreamweaver, Microsoft Word or any other off-the-shelf package. That's only the beginning.

In order for websites to raise awareness about your services, products or group, websites need to be found in the search engines. Visitors to your site also need to be able to find out everything they need from your website before they actually contact you or before they purchase something.

In this presentation, Dan will introduce you to key aspects regarding running a website, such as getting into the search engines, being found by prospective visitors, gaining links to your site, making your site user-friendly and tracking who is visiting your website.

After the presentation, there will be a break, and then a Q&A session. If you have specific answers about your own website, do contact Dan with your questions, and he can prepare some answers for the Q&A session.

Dan Harrison graduated from the University of Southampton in 2005. Dan is in the process of starting a consultancy to small businesses and sole traders to help them get the best from their websites. Dan has been successfully creating, developing, running and selling websites for 4 years. Through this experience, Dan is sharing his tips and ideas in the presentation and Q&A session.