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Photography Business Institute
Photography Business Institute

We all invest time and money into our websites because we feel like it’s a must-have to show we’re a legit small business. In fact, it was probably one of the first things you invested in when you decided to start your business. But how does it make you money?
Do people actually find you on the web and look at your site? And are those people even in your target audience?

Last month, I met THE guru of GOOGLE analytics, Phil Mui. I explained to Phil what we do at¬†Photography Business Institute and we talked about the challenges put on small business owners’ time. He offered to teach Photography Business Institute community how to use Google Analytics.

So here’s the scoop. Join us for a one hour webinar to learn how to use Google analytics.
We’ll be live on Monday, September 13, from 3 pm – 4 pm CST (4 pm EST, 2 pm MST,1 pm PST). It’s completely free, like much of what Google does. The thing is, we only have room for 1,000 people to attend.

Here’s what you will learn:

  • What Google analytics can tell you about people who come to your website.
  • What each part of the Google analytics dashboard tells you and how you can use the information to make more money!
  • How to use the Google keyword tool to make sure you’re getting the right kind of people to your site.
  • How to use Google analytics to set goals for your website.

So if you’re interested, just sign up to attend. Once
Phil approves your request to attend, you will receive a confirmation
email with instructions for joining the meeting including a password. The event won’t be recorded, unfortunately so you’ll have to join us Monday if you want to learn.

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