Google Chrome: The Little Browser That Can

When:
March 24, 2016 @ 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm
2016-03-24T12:15:00-04:00
2016-03-24T13:15:00-04:00
Cost:
Free (Register)
Contact:
Virginia SBDC

Most people don't realize the importance of vital resources until it's suddenly missing from their lives. Case in point: you likely don’t contemplate the air you breathe at any given moment, unless you’re deprived of it. Not to be too melodramatic, but that’s kind of what the Web is to most businesses today. It’s a commodity that’s taken for granted. It is not until you cannot access it do you realize it as sine qua non for running your business in this modern era.

You may not think about how different Web browsers really are, again, until they inhibit your ability to get things done.

Google had been thinking about this for years and in 2008 released their own "little browser that could", Google Chrome. I say “little” because it’s code is compact and therefore very fast, and I said “that can” because it has many abilities, you just need to ask and it can most likely do it. That’s what this upcoming Webinar is all about: Google Chrome and using it in your business.

This Webinar will cover:

  • why your Small Business should be using Google Chrome;
  • the best features and extensions for Chrome for  your Small business; and,
  • how to implement Google Chrome on your computers/laptops and smartphones.

 

Register
Click here to register: Registration Form or Click the "Tickets" button at the top of the page.

The Virginia SBDC sponsors a series of webinars titled Beyond Google: Marketing and Managing on the Web series. All webinars are presented by Ray Sidney-Smith, Web & Mobile Strategist, author of SoLoMo Success: Social Media, Local and Web Small Business Marketing Strategy Explained, and President of W3 Consulting, a Web, Social & Mobile strategy, development and training firm helping business owners learn why and how to use Web, mobile and digital technologies for greater marketing and management impact.

Who should attend?

  • Small business owners, entrepreneurs, micropreneurs, and solopreneurs
  • Office/sales/customer service managers, marketing directors, executives and professionals
  • Administrative/executive assistants and sales/account representatives
  • nonprofit executive directors and board members