Practical Business Use of the Internet:
Build Your Own .COM
A Free Professional Development
At the UM-St. Louis/ SouthWestern Bell Telecommunity Center
for a Map to the Telecommunity Center )
Presented by Dr.
Bud Banis, Sponsored by
Institute of Management Accountants
May 19, 2000, 1-4:00 pm (3 CEU)
|"Entrepreneur - a person who organizes and manages a business undertaking,
assuming the risk for the sake of profit"
Basic Tools & Navigation:
u Windows Explorer &
u Netscape & Web Browsing
u Free connections to the Internet-Free
E-mail and Free Webspace
Website design: Where to get free tools and tutorials
u How hard is it to make
a web site?
Bookmarks & organizing information
u What would it cost to
get someone else to do it?
u HTML--what is it?
u Using Netscape Page Composer
for a first cut
u Do you need to know HTML?
Places to learn the basics
Nifty features for free and easy
Setting up a Website
u Register your own .com--What
does it cost & is your name available?
u Free or inexpensive places
to put it
u Tracking traffic--counters
u Affiliate programs-get
your feet wet with other people's products
u Credit card processing-you
don't have to do the work or take the risk
u Search Engines
u keywords & Metatags
u Choosing keywords
|Who Should Attend: Beginners to intermediate
interested in inexpensive websites.
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For More Information:
e-mail Bud Banis at UM-St Louis firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 314-516-6136
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