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Invitation: Responsive Websites with The Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce

Invitation: Lunch & Learn on Responsive Websites

In a multi-device, multi-screen world, websites must be optimized to look and function on every device: desktop computer, tablet, smartphone, e-reader, game console, and more. The Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Lunch & Learn, with presenter Shawn O’Hara of Radar Hill Web Design. Join us to find out more about:

  • What is Responsive Web Design?
  • What are mobile-friendly websites?
  • Recent changes from Google for mobile searches
  • Stats on types of devices visiting your website
  • Social media and responsive design
  • How to properly use QR codes to drive traffic to your website

Date: Wednesday, 10 June 2015
Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Admission: Free to Chamber Members, $5 for non-members
RSVP: Call the Duncan Cowichan Chamber at 250.748.1111 or email chamber@duncancc.bc.ca
Place: Sands Funeral Chapel, 187 Trunk Road, Duncan, V9L2P1 (Map)

The old desktop-only website is dying. Starting April 21st, Google began promoting sites that have responsive, mobile-friendly design over desktop-only sites in search results for people using smartphones and tablets.

Driving: Curb parking please, and use the Ypres Road entrance to access Sands Funeral Chapel, upstairs.

Details: Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce

Lunch ‘n Learn’s are casual, bring-your-own lunch sessions. If you cannot attend this session and want to learn more, contact us for a free assessment of how your website performs on smartphones.

Hope to see you there,

The Team at Radar Hill

About Shawn

Co-owner and one of the founders of Radar Hill, Shawn is an award-winning public speaker who publishes our newsletters and organizes our monthly workshops. He loves working with business owners, and tries to keep up with marketing trends.
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