Hampton, Va. (PRWEB) January 08, 2015
The Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce (VPCC) is pleased to announce it will host Tim Jones of Eternal Works Tuesday, Feb. 3 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. as he presents “Building a Site to Generate Leads & Convert.”
The session, part of the VPCC’s 2015 series of educational seminars hosted at its Hampton office location, will walk attendees through creating a web site budget and the myths, legends and misconceptions of the web, including how to understand emerging technologies, like responsive web design.
Jones will also highlight the web site elements needed to generate leads and how to use a content marketing strategy to ensure maximum digital success.
At the end of the session, Jones will open the floor for any questions or comments about web development.
Charge your cellphone in advance, Jones said, because he’ll use it to walk attendees through part of the program.
This $25 event is open to VPCC members and non-members and includes a light lunch.
The VPCC Conference Room is located in Lakefront Plaza at 21 Enterprise Parkway in Hampton.
ABOUT TIM JONES:
Tim Jones became a small business owner more than 15 years ago. He has a sound understanding of what it takes for small businesses to be successful on and off the web. Working side by side with business owners, locally and abroad, he brings a wealth of honest insights involving small business and the web.
Since 1999, Jones has worked with hundreds of start up and small businesses to help them grow and generate leads on the web. He helps businesses be remembered by designing memories and creating impact with immediate effects that are catered specifically to each business.
For more information on Eternal Works, visit http://www.eternalworks.com.
ABOUT THE VIRGINIA PENINSULA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce (VPCC) serves the Cities of Newport News, Hampton and Poquoson; and James City County and York County.
VPCC is a business association that "Connects Business with Opportunity" through Facilitation, Advocacy, Communication and Education.
In addition to helping lead the business community on public policy impacting the Virginia Peninsula workforce, the VPCC hosts a series of programs, including the annual State of the City events for Newport News, Hampton and Poquoson; the Peninsula Executive Leadership Forum; Military Day, Job Fair and Recognition Luncheon; Young Entrepreneurs Academy; Pink Bag Lunches; and Business Connections, in addition to numerous business roundtables.
The VPCC is located at 21 Enterprise Parkway, Suite 100 in Hampton. For more information, call 757.262.2000 or email info(at)vpcc(dot)org.
Connect to the VPCC online at http://www.vapeninsulachamber.com and via LinkedIn, Facebook and Google+.