Internet Technology: Not Just for Techies Anymore, It’s a Business Essential
Roxanne Darling will share her favorite power tips for using the internet.
The Internet is surely one of the best tools to have in your business development kit. Once the domain of techies, the internet now is a thriving marketplace, and changes in software make it cheaper, easier, and vastly more productive than even a few years ago. Roxanne will share her favorite “Power User Tips” with live demos from the Internet. Her love of technology is infectious and you are guaranteed to leave with several simple things you can do right away to:
- save time and manage information;
- get better search engine rankings;
- communicate more effectively;
- and most of all – get more paying customers!
She will also give a brief tour of the new NAWBO Northern New Mexico web site, highlighting the many features built in to support our chapter. If you already embrace the internet, we think you’ll love some of the not so well-known facts Roxanne will be sharing. If you are a newbie, you’ll discover how easy and fun the “new internet” can be for business owners.
Roxanne has prepared a brief, 6-item questionnaire to help her prepare for the talk. She wants to hear from you! You can speak up here; it will only take about a minute.
Roxanne is the co-owner of Bare Feet Studios, LLC, a web and database development company. As a serial entrepreneur who has gone from ballerina > health club owner > global public speaker > small business consultant and now internet developer, she has walked her talk in terms of using technology as a business tool. She built her first database back in 1987 to track the fitness experts who attended her training programs, and started using email in 1992 to communicate with colleagues in Europe and Japan. She has presented programs throughout North America, Europe and Asia, and has been featured frequently on television, radio, and in print, from Vogue to CNN.
A special thanks to Sandy Cody of Resources for Excellence, Inc. for sponsoring this program.
5 – 8 pm, Radisson Hotel Grand Ballroom
We meet at the Radisson Hotel on Carlisle at I-40 in the main building’s Grand Ballroom.
Advance Reservations Are Required:
- Please Reserve by 5:00 pm on Monday, July 18, 2005. Please click the button below to RSVP. After submitting your RSVP, you will have the option to continue and pay in advance, online. You can also email Luci Dawson or call 243-1430.
- To cancel a standing reservation, please email Luci.
- Meeting Cost: $25 members; $30 non-members
- RSVPs received after 5:00 pm on Monday, July 18, and “Walk-Ins”: $35 members – $40 non-members
- Cancellations after 5:00 pm on Monday, July 18, and “No Shows” will be invoiced.