Today, I'm speaking at an event called Na-achịkwa Ọkara Gị. Ebumnuche nke mmemme a bụ inye ndị ntorobịa azụmaahịa ike ka ha na-ahụ maka azụmaahịa ha. A na-agwakọta ihe omume ahụ na nkuzi ndụ yana netwọkụ azụmaahịa yana omume kacha mma. Dịka ọmụmaatụ ezigbo enyi, Victoria Finch, bụ mpaghara akwụmụgwọ ọkachamara onye kwuru okwu banyere ịghọta otuto kredit gị (nke mara mma) yana otu esi ejikwa ya.
I wanted to open up peoples' eyes to all of the technologies and tips out there on developing a web presence. Most companies still don't take advantage of many of the tools and platforms out there – and most of them rarely cost anything but some time to implement. It's also important that people recognize that their web presence is a virtual salesperson for them – being in locations where they can't be when people need them.
There's a great return on investment on making your web presence not aṅụ. Here are the ABCs that I've put together (and I'll be speaking about in the next hour: