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WEBINAR: "Is Your Website Holding You Back?"

  • Wednesday, January 15, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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For most staffing and recruiting firm owners, the question is not if they need a new website, but when? Disovering when the time is right for a website tune up is a mutli-faceted process that requires throrough exploration. New websites require a signifcant investment of time and resources, so you’ll naturally want to be certain that your website in need.

Here at Parqa Marketing, we deliver digital marketing solutions that are custom-built to serve the modern needs of staffing and recruiting firms—including website design, development, and management.

To help your firm determine when to pull the trigger on a new site, we’re hosting a webinar to comprehensively discuss the topic. Hosted by our Vice President Karen Feder, we will show you how to diagnose the current state of your site’s design, functionality, and content.

Some of the elements of your website that this webinar will cover include:

  • Responsiveness
  • Site speed
  • The performance and quality of your content
  • The user experience of your visitors
  • Technical SEO
  • And more!

Speaker:  Karen Feder, Vice President, PARQA

Karen brings nearly a decade of tactical and strategic marketing experience to the Parqa digital marketing team. As the VP, Karen acts as an idea hub within the agency to provide clients with innovative digital approaches and solutions for their websites and marketing campaigns.

Registration Fees:
NYSA Members: No Charge
Non-Members: $59 per person

This Webinar is Presented by:


PROGRAMMING NOTE: 
This program will be offered as a WEBINAR only.  

Cancellations will be accepted via email by January 14, 2020. No Refunds after January 14, 2020. No-shows will be billed.



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