Free workshop for businesses

The District of Fort St. James will be hosting a free workshop to help local businesses improve their online presence.

The District of Fort St. James will be hosting a free workshop to help local businesses improve their online presence.

Does your business show up on Google Maps, do you have a listing on Yelp?

The workshop will be geared towards helping improve these business listings online, what to do with bad reviews, how to monitor usage of your site, keeping online information fresh and help with free website set up.

The workshop will be a hands-on computer workshop on March 10 from 6-8 p.m..

Businesses and non-profits are invited to RSVP Emily Colombo at 996-8233 or eco@fortstjames.ca

 

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