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At Zeald we are committed to helping people create a website that doesn’t just look great – but also delivers a significant result for their business!

This could be through increased revenue generated from enquires and sales or from significant cost savings or improvements in business efficiencies.

In October 2005, we began a program of free educational seminars and have now held over 300 events throughout New Zealand.

Our aim is to remove the barriers that make the difference between an average on-line presence and a very successful one.

It has given us enormous satisfaction to have helped and inspired close to 11,000 people who have attended our seminars.

If you would like to increase your knowledge and make a real impact in your online results – then why not come along to one of Zeald’s free educational seminars.

You will learn:

* The two key factors that will determine if your website succeeds or fails

* Why it is important to continuously measure the performance of your website

* How you can use simple techniques to consistently improve your website results

* A step-by-step guide to convince your website visitors to take the action you want them to take

* Exactly where you should start to get things going

We hold seminars across the country – our next one is scheduled for 11am in Manukau – Thursday 26 September.

To register for this event, click here

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