This week, December 8-14 is Architect Website Week at Business of Architecture. We are celebrating online media by focusing on the architect's website. Throughout the week we'll be hosting several hour-long training sessions on “Internet Marketing for Architects”.
10 years ago Mark Zuckerberg was a fresh face at Harvard and Twitter was just a twinkle in Jack Dorsey's eye. A lot can happen in 10 years.
As this year draws to a close, Business of Architecture is celebrating the wonders of online-media by focusing on the architect's website.
Websites have come a long way since I made my first website 20 years ago as a sophomore in high school. I remember thinking how incredible it was that I could browse text-based bulletin boards and chat with people around the world on IRC (anyone remember that?).
As technology has increased and internet speeds have gotten faster, the ability to collaborate and share ideas has exploded. This week we'll be discussing how architects can leverage online media to empower architects and create great architecture.
I've teamed up with Eric Bobrow to bring you three hour-long training webinars throughout the week on “Internet Marketing for Architects”.
Here are a few of the tips we'll cover:
- The 9 mistakes commonly found on architect's websites that render them almost totally ineffective
- 5 practical, simple ideas you can implement immediately to get more website visitors, sign more new clients, and bring in bigger and better projects
- The dead simple, fool-proof strategy that shot a small LA architecture firm to the top of the search engines and now generates more business than they can handle
- How a 3-person UK architecture firm used online strategies to acquire $500k in new billings over one year
- The blind spot most architect's share (I've been guilty of this too – still am sometimes)
Here's the link to grab your spot in one of these free training webinars: