old sites relaunched
Spring heated right up! A number of new sites went
'live' in April, including:
Could your web site benefit from Top 10 placement in
Google.com? Google controls over 50% of searches, and
just signed on AOL as their search backbone
One of our web clients recently reported that a large
portion of their new revenue is generated from Google.
Project managers type in "electrical contracting
massachusetts"; the company comes up #1. This phrase
is NOT typed in by individual consumers; it is keyed
in by general contractors- business-to-business staff.
(Note our name on TWO contractors in the top 3
How about YOUR clients?
If $2.0M USD annually of new company revenues is attributed
to your web site and general searches, logic dictates
that some percentage of these new revenues should be
allocated to the web site and search engine optimization
Can the firms you're evaluating point you to key phrases
they have optimized for? We'll go out on a limb here...
DreamWeaver 4.0 Basics
Length: 2 days
Format: Lecture/PC Lab
Cost: $ 795
Dates: June 4-5, 2002
Dreamweaver 4 is used as the web design tool of choice
from artists to technical communicators to professional
web design houses. This course provides a basic grounding
in the Dreamweaver editing and management tools.
- Understanding Dreamweavers Tools, Menus, Palettes
- Defining Basic Page Properties
- Adding and Modifying Basic Text
- Adding and Modifying Graphics
- Creating and managing hyperlinks
- Using Tables and Basic Page Design
- Creating Layers
- Understanding Frame Sites
- Adding Interactivity with Behaviors
- Extending Dreamweaver
- Basic Site Management
...and much more!
Mike Doyle has been in the technical communications
industry for almost 20 years as writer, manager,
and teacher. In addition, he has been the senior
lecturer in the Technical Communications Certificate
program at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell
Mike has been working in the web development world
since 1995, having built the web development group
within PUBSNET (Grant Communications , http://grantcom.us),
which has launched over 300 corporate web sites.
Mike has also taught a number of courses related
to web technologies including HTML, XML, FrontPage,
Dreamweaver, PageMill, and HTML Transit, and has
presented at regional and national conferences on
Contact: Eileen, 603.715.5445
Payment: MasterCard, Visa, American
3 business days prior or purchase order
Group Discounts: 3 or more people from the same company
that register for the same seminar on the same date
are entitled to a 15% discount.
Web-Based Training (or WBT) has been referenced for
the last 2 years as one of the functional areas that
corporations could take advantage of the Web's inexpensive
communications venue. Up until now, the process and
costs associated with online course development has
been considered prohibitive. Now, using Dreamweaver
and CourseBuilder, complex interactive educational training
and testing can be developed inexpensively.
We can teach you to build your own courseware, or we
can develop it for you. To help demonstrate the technology,
we've made our "HTML Basics"
course available to the world... free
of charge (no approval hassles) and
no registration (totally anonymous).
the course, or simply preview sections with tests
Current projects include the conversion
of an insurance carrier's sales training assessment
exam, through multiple-choice questions, exact matching
and other testing methods. The content for the manual
already existed in text format, and the exam was almost
identical in required interactivity as our WBT example
found at web-graduate.com.
Call us to see how we can help in reducing your internal
or external training costs!