Web design and digital marketing best practices change frequently. Papercut hosts free educational events throughout the year to help you stay up to speed.

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Making Good Better: Conversion Rate & Search Engine Optimization

Come have breakfast with Papercut and learn how to make your website work harder. We’ll cover two important topics: conversion rate optimization and search engine optimization. Organic traffic should be a priority for most organizations, and SEO is key to capturing visitors. Conversion optimization emphasizes what those visitors do on your site when they arrive. 

You’ll learn about technical and local SEO, keyword research, conversion planning, funnel development, and messaging analysis. Admission is free, but space is limited. Hurry and grab your seat.

Thursday, April 27

The Edney
1100 Market Street
Chattanooga, TN, 37402
Conference Room, 3rd floor

Useful for: Beginners, Intermediates
Breakfast provided

Amanda Haskew, Search Engine Optimization Director
Jenny Hill, Partner, Client Relationships

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Chadev Lunch: The Importance of UX to a Backend Developer

Chadev Lunch is a weekly gathering for the developer/tech community in Chattanooga. Papercut’s own Ben Glick will turn the spotlight on user experience at June’s gathering. The big question for backend teams: Why should you be concerned with user experience and how can it help your project? 

Learn about the pivotal role UX plays and how to implement a great experience by focusing on it throughout the entire development process. Admission is free. 

Thursday, June 1

The Edney
1100 Market Street
Chattanooga, TN, 37402
Floor Five

Useful for: Intermediates
Lunch provided

Ben Glick, Frontend/Backend Developer

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Brown Bags & Brilliance

July 27, Time TBD

The Edney
1100 Market Street
Chattanooga, TN, 37402

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