Learn how to audit your websites, using relevant case studies and hands on practice.

  • 20 June 2019
    2 hours, 30 minutes
    Singapore
    • $80.00 excl. GST
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    Description

    This audit will give you a chance to inspect the robustness of your website’s technical framework and infrastructure, assess how friendly your website is to search engines, and determine how easy it is for users to navigate and intuitively find content on your website that will convert them to everlasting users.

    Topics that will be covered:

    • Website Performance Assessment
    • SEO Assessment
    • Conversion Rate Assessment
    • User Experience (CX) & User Interface (UX) design improvements

    As this is a hands-on course, participants will need to bring their laptops. 

    Done in collaboration with NTUC U Associate

    COURSE FEE

    • S$80 per participant (exclu. GST)
    • Exclusive $10 discount for NTUC Members or Econsultancy Paid Subscribers (kindly email apac@econsultancy.com with your Full Name & NRIC/FIN for your exclusive promo code)

    NTUC Members can claim up to 50% of course fees through UTAP. More information can be found here

    Econsultancy courses in APAC are delivered in partnership with ClickAcademy Asia. 

    Click here for ClickAcademy Asia's Refund Policy. 

    Trainer

    Daniel is a Dutch entrepreneur and marketer who has been featured on the BBC. He has always been interested in Sustainable Products and Digital Innovation. With previous experience working for FMCG Multinationals (Danone & Royal FrieslandCampina) in The Netherlands, Malaysia and Singapore, he is now the Digital Marketing Strategy Expert at 2Stallions, a regional Digital Marketing Agency where we works with Fortune 500 companies like CNN, InterContinental Hotels, Red Bull & Google. He volunteers as the Chief Editor and Board member at the ADB-DutchCham in Singapore. A permanent resident of Singapore, he has worked and lived in more than 6 countries. He most recently finished a 1000km bicycle ride through Myanmar to raise funds for charity.