September 23, 2021  1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Howard Kostoris

 SCORE Treasure Coast 


Presenter: Mitchell Slater

MItchell Slater

Mitchell Slater of Slater Strategies began his career in the marketing world at the age of 17 with his creation of Alaska’s Affordable Advertising. There he focused on fundraising and print advertising for small businesses. In 2012, he launched Slater Strategies where he refocused on digital marketing. Today, Slater Strategies helps businesses in the states and abroad to have a better and more effective online presence through strategic SEO, Social media, and Reputation Management campaigns.

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Did you know that people look at a website in a specific way? They do, which means your website needs to be laid out in a way that is compelling and draws attention. A well designed website will help you grow your revenue. 

What you Will Learn
  • What you need to have on your website.
  • What NOT to put on your website.
  • How to lay out your website correctly.
  • Different features and functions you should have on your website. 
  • How to set up features and functions and where they should be placed.

Please join MItchell Slater of Slater Strategies for this valuable and informative webinar. 

There Is A Registration Fee Of $15.00 For This Event

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Please note:

  • For more info call Treasure Coast SCORE at: 772-489-0548
  • Treasure Coast SCORE office hours:  Monday –  Friday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm


About SCORE:

SCORE is a non-profit resource partner of the Small Business Administration. The Treasure Coast SCORE Chapter has been helping entrepreneurs and business men and women for almost 50 years to start, develop, and expand their businesses. For more information about how we can assist you visit us at treasurecoast.score.org

SCORE is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.