Orange County website design firm topLingo debuts its first online webinar Wednesday December 6th which will address the question “To RSS or Not to RSS, should your website utilize RSS Feeds?” For information and free registration visit: http://www.toplingo.com/webinars
Irvine, Calif. (December 1, 2006) – Orange County website design firm topLingo (http://www.toplingo.com) today announced their free webinar series titled “dotcomGood.” This monthly 10 minute online webinar and phone conference call is geared towards website owners, web developers and marketing and business professionals with a simple goal of providing sound advice on how to make your dotcom good.
“We’re constantly asked about web development technology and always find ourselves repeating the same discussion but to different clients.” said Mike Glezos, topLingo principal and co-founder. “The new dotcomGood webinar now gives us the platform to inform and educate on a bigger scale and in an efficient manner.”
First in the series is the webinar titled “To RSS or not to RSS” which answers many widely misunderstood concepts about RSS feeds including; What is an RSS feed? How do websites utilize them? How do we read RSS Feeds? What relation are they to Search Engine Optimization (SEO)? How do you track RSS statistics? Should my website have one?
There is no cost to register and requirements for the webinar include a Macintosh or PC computer, internet access and a phone.
Webinar is on Wednesday December 6, 2006 at 11:00AM PST and seating is limited.
topLingo is an Orange County, California-based web design and development firm providing web application development, website design, e-commerce, database design, and website hosting. Headed by principals Mike Glezos and Jason Berry, topLingo serves clients from small local businesses to Fortune 500 companies. For more information, visit http://www.toplingo.com or contact Mike Glezos at email@example.com or (949) 222-0301.