Some exciting news as October marks the start of Learn-A-Palooza, a series of new training Webinars, workshops, Lunch-and-Learn sessions and “Challenge Series” designed to help you get more from your technology with less effort and cost. Course topics will include WordPress, Microsoft Office Suite, Photoshop Elements, Digital Photography, Graphic Design, Online Marketing, Social Media (Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and YouTube).
Announcements will go out shortly to past and current clients and students with special incentive offers for reduced tuition. Stay tuned.
I’ve been working with the feedback and suggestions from students and clients on what topics and courses they would like to see in 2011 and am happy to announce that a new class schedule reflecting your input will be released by year end.
The course schedule will include sessions on WordPress and blogging strategies including a new semester of the WordPress Website Workshop and Mastermind, a Social Media Series including strategies (using Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for example), how to setup and use Google Analytics, Squeeze Page and Lead Conversion Strategies, Digital Photography, Web Graphics and Digital Image Editing, using Podcasting, Teleseminars and Webinars to enhance your business and increase client response and retention (and revenues!), using Microsoft Office in your business and the always popular ‘My Tips & Tricks’ sessions.
Also a new referral program will be announced where clients and students can receive free tuition to courses for referring new students who sign up. I’m also working on a new
As you know I posted yesterday about the Google name change to Topeka. Apparently, they had second thoughts (customer complaints? sobered up?) and changed their name back to Google today.
Actually (as you should know by now) it was an April Fool’s Day joke. And it got a lot of ‘buzz’ as you might expect. Google changed their logo from “Google” to “Topeka” and linked it to a complete (bogus and humorous) story about the reason for the change.