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5 Things You Absolutely Need to Remember with E-Commerce Websites


Agenda:


- Welcome


- Acknowledgments


- Announcements


- Group Time


- Presentation: 5 Things You Absolutely Need to Remember with E-Commerce Websites


- Meeting Wrap up


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- Main Presentation: On our 3rd TADUG meeting we will have Will Strohl as our guest presenter to talk e-commerce.


Will Strohl has had decades of experience dealing with various types of website, including e-commerce websites. Every website has challenges and you need to be prepared for them. How do you know if it’s secure? How do you generate leads? What happens when things go wrong? How future-proof is your online store? What happens when people don’t buy right away? In this session, he’s going to walk you through the 5 most important things that you need to remember when you are planning for and running your own e-commerce website.


About Will Strohl:


Will Strohl is an author and technologist in the San Francisco area. During his career, Will has held positions ranging from Help Desk Technician to being the CEO & Co-Owner at Hotcakes Commerce (HotcakesCommerce.com). Today, Will is the founder and CEO of Upendo Ventures (UpendoVentures.com), providing software development, training, and technical consulting to companies around the world.


Will was also the President of the Orlando DotNetNuke Users Group or ODUG (orlando.dotnetnukeug.net) for 2 years, and the Vice President of the Orlando .Net User Group or ONETUG (www.onetug.org). He regularly speaks at user groups, web seminars, and other events about DotNetNuke and the various ways it can be used and managed.


- Where: Meeting will be done via GoToMeeting and the link is:
https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/428472925


- When: Wednesday June 6th. 2018 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm Eastern Time.


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