MomJobSeeker.com launched!

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Mom Job Seeker prepares mothers re-entering the workplace after their kids have grown up a bit. April Stensgard, owner, contacted Katz Web Design with the goal of having a business blog that would facilitate online event registration.

Faced with this task, I took WordPress, added the eShop plugin, and Event Calendar and Event Manager (now defunct) and rolled it into a custom event management solution. Continue reading “MomJobSeeker.com launched!”

Review: career day at Lakewood High School

Representing Katz Web Design!It was my first career day at a high school (since being in high school), and it was fine.  I remembered that high schoolers are just kids and nowhere near adults yet.

There were some kids that had already started designing their own websites, one knew Ruby on Rails, one was very interested in design.

I’m glad I represented KWD there; it’s important that high schoolers know that you can make it in web design — or any business — if you work hard enough. 

How to publicize your business events online

Business people in front of a building

I wrote a newsletter article previously called "How to Schedule an Event Online," but recently I’ve had a few clients ask me how to get their events noticed. I’ve republished the article below:

Here’s the situation: consider that you have a business event coming up, and you want to organize everything online. You have a list of people you want to let know about it, and you want to set up a system for tracking responses. In addition, you want to publicize the event the best you can. Here’s how to do it all:

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