Internet Power Seminar – So you have a website, now what?

September 12, 2008 by Mobile Beat

Internet Power Seminar to be presented at MBLV09!
Presented by Scott Kartsounes of DJ Intelligence
 
So you have a website, now what?
 
It’s the internet age and brides & party planners are no longer “wishing for” the ability to book and plan their events online, they’re expecting it! Learn how to harness the incredible strength of the web and put your website to work for you by converting it from an ordinary static brochure into an interactive online destination that will keep clients and prospects coming back for more! Scott Kartsounes is co-founder and CEO of Intelligence, Inc., the company that develops and licenses patent-pending interactive tools for event professionals. Their flagship service, DJ Intelligence, is in use by literally thousands of DJs in over a dozen countries worldwide.

Scott Kartsounes owned and operated a successful multi-op mobile DJ service in Chicago from 1990 to 2003. He was one of the first to embrace the internet as a marketing tool when setting up a website for his DJ service back in 1995. Since that time he has gained extensive knowledge in website development, technology, and marketing. Through his experience with DJ Intelligence, he has visited the websites of thousands of mobile DJs. He has seen firsthand what works, and what doesn’t.

In this seminar, Scott Kartsounes will demonstrate how the use of interactive tools can take your website to the next level, giving clients and prospects what they really want while turning it into a traffic magnet. Learn how to smarten your website with interactive website tools from DJ Intelligence for booking events online and complete online event planning. It’s time to make the web work for you! You can learn more about DJ Intelligence by visiting www.djintelligence.com.

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