Websitetology Seminar- Tue July 22 2008

Tuesday July 22.

The opportunity to learn everything about the internet that your competition doesn’t want you to know has come again!

You’re a: mechanic, store owner, beauty & skin care shop, audio production expert, chiropractor, dentist, boutique clothing store owner, artist, photographer, historian, politician – and most of all, you’re busy running your business.

You might have a website- do you know who is visiting it? How they are getting there? If they are coming back? Is the website getting customers and paying for itself? If you don’t know, you need to take our seminar.

Maybe you don’t have a website- you know you need to be on the internet, but you don’t understand the difference between a website and an advertisement in the phone book. If you don’t know, you need to take our seminar!

Do you know what RSS is and why it’s important? Do you know how Google “sees” your page and gets new customers to you? Do you know that there are tools and resources you can use to get to page #1 on Google without paying one cent to anyone?

Do we really need to say it again?

Websitetology is not about making you an expert web developer or a computer science wizard. Websitetology is about giving you the tools and the fundamental understanding of the internet and search engines like Google that put you ahead of your competition. Ask Dr. Edward Gould, of the Gould Chiropractic Wellness Center in Cincinnati Ohio, or the group of audio and video production geniuses at The Studio Files – both went from “Google Invisible” to “Google Invincible” in weeks, just by spending a few minutes a day utilizing what they learned at Websitetology.

So sign up now– we know you’ll become one of our many successful Websitetologists.

Tuesday, 22 July 2008 at Nehemiah University, 750 S. Main Street Dayton OH 45402

8:30 am to 4:30 PM.

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February Websitetology Seminar: Thursday the 21st

Learn how to make your business go from zero to Google top page in less than a few weeks all in one day. Don’t believe us? Ask Damon Sink from

The best thing about a business website is that stats tell you exactly how well your site is doing. What? Don’t know what Webstats are? Take the seminar. Don’t know how to get to the top of Google- well, you must not have taken the seminar.

While companies are paying Google billions to get to the first page, Websitetology graduates can do it for free in a matter of weeks.

We’ve had people drive from Michigan, North Carolina and fly in from Texas to take this seminar, isn’t it about time you did?

Thursday, 21 February 2008 at Nehemiah University, 750 S. Main Street Dayton OH 45402

Begins at 8:30 am. Sign up here.

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Skitch, the social internet screen shot tool – Skitch – Snap, Draw, ShareYour friends are global… you can send them links… but what if the action is on your screen? … Point out a quick suggestion to a colleague or pass on that funny moment from an IM chat, post images to MySpace, eBay, forums or via email..Skitch is the Internet age’s Camera and it Rocks!There are many ways to take screen shots of your desktop, from a quick series of keystrokes, to 3rd party tools of varying levels of ability and complexity. But even with advanced tools, any editing beyond cropping and resizing will require another program, and then another will be needed to share it.The developers at Plasq saw the need for a better tool, and the result is Skitch, a veritable Swiss Army knife of functionality – from capturing, to editing, and finally, uploading or embedding. Take a screen shot, crop the picture, resize it by dragging the corners of the window, draw on the picture, add some text, drag and drop it to your desktop, upload it to Flickr, insert it in your LiveJournal/MySpace/WordPress post, share it through the Skitch website, drag and drop it into an email, share it through almost any social networking site, save it as a PNG, JPG, SVG, PDF, TIF, or the native Skitch format, then view all your other screen captures in the History window – all from Skitch. Skitch can also upload to an FTP server, or share via WebDav. It’s freakin’ sweet!Like many sweet things, it’s only available for the Mac. Try out Skitch, and let us know what you think.

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