April 24, 2009

Latest B2B Web Workshop – 23rd April

Writing about web page http://www.nb2bc.co.uk/events/

This weeks workshop ran by Steve and Mark created discussion on website usability where delegates commented on each others website and provided constructive feedback on the ones who dared to have on their site critiqued.  There was a good mix of interaction and everyone shared ideas and useful business tips from each other.

The most popular topics of the day included: Social media, web planning, SEO, web content and web hosting.

The following B2B members attended:

Annie Astill - Palmer Hargreaves Wallis Tomlinson

Adam Doswell - Duomo

Clair Hobbs - Excaliburs 4 Europe Ltd

Kal Horsfall - Kal's Return Jewellery

Laurence Jones - Kids Naturally Photography

Lizzie Perring - Unlock the Music

Menna Rees-Steer - Liquid Public Relations Ltd

Ioannis Soilemetzidis - PanEthnic Ltd

Wendy Smith - Cards4u2make

Our next Web Workshop is on Thursday 21st May which is already fully booked.  We do still have some places left for June, July, October and November.  Visit our events page to book a place!

- 3 comments by 0 or more people Not publicly viewable

  1. Laurence Jones

    Thanks for the critique and comments on my website. Hope to see some of you again soon.

    KidsNaturally Photography

    27 Apr 2009, 09:18

  2. FastVision Hosting

    We welcome feedback on our site, and are always looking for ways of improving usability and customer experience. These workshop’s sound great, we are always looking to participate in events like this. Shame May is fully booked, will look at June.


    01 May 2009, 10:41

  3. Managed Hosting

    Those are both excellent comments, good work, keep the seo dream alive.

    13 May 2009, 16:47

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