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Boost web sales through Zeald seminars

11 Sep 12

Websites can generate amazing results for any business if approached correctly.

A lack of knowledge is a key barrier to being successful online so come along to Zeald's free educational sessions to turn your website visitors into customers.

At "Learn the Secrets to Convert Website Visitors into Customers", Zeald will reveal the fundamentals behind every successful website, offering proven, practical tips & techniques required to turn website visitors into customers.

Many people fall into the trap of focusing on promoting their website too early, spending lots of money but failing to persuade anyone to buy or show any interest in their product or services.

There are very few people that clearly understand how to create an extremely successful website but at Zeald they remain committed to helping people create a website that doesn’t just look great - but also delivers a significant result for their business.

If you would like to increase your knowledge and make a real impact in your online results – then why not come along to one of Zeald’s free educational seminars.

You will learn:


  • The two key factors that will determine if your website succeeds or fails

  • Why it is important to continuously measure the performance of your website

  • How you can use simple techniques to consistently improve your website results

  • A step-by-step guide to convince your website visitors to take the action you want them to take

  • Exactly where you should start to get things going


Zeald holds seminars across the country but if you can’t make one they also run a condensed version online.

To register for a Zeald Seminar or Webinar near you click here

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