In October, we will be reviewing a handful of our member’s WordPress websites.

Websites will be honestly critiqued by a panel of Kansas City web design and marketing professionals. 

This will be a great experience for members, whether or not your own website is reviewed!

Networking begins at 6:30 and the presentation begins at 7:00.

The Panelists

Michael Black

Michael began his SEO career in 1997, while working with clients of his first company which provided networking services to small businesses. A couple of his clients posed the question “What is the internet and how do I get my business on it?” To which Mike responded, “I don’t know, but I’ll figure it out.” Soon after the same clients began asking how to get customers to their new sites. Mike again responded, “I don’t know, but I’ll figure it out.” Since his initial foray into website development and optimization, Mike has optimized thousands of websites. In addition to many small to medium size businesses, Mike has worked with large brands to improve ranking and conversion with campaigns focused on local, nationwide, and multi-national SEO and PPC campaigns.

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Jason Keeler

Jason is the Director of Digital Marketing at EAG Advertising & Marketing. He’s an online lead generation specialist with more than 10 years in online and digital marketing experience.

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Company: EAG is a Kansas City advertising and marketing agency dedicated to small and growth business, specializing in big brand strategies adapted for small, growth stage and maturing businesses.

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Jonathan Wondrusch

Jonathan is the co-founder and CTO of Zippy Courses, a commercial WordPress plugin that helps you quickly build, sell and run online courses using your WordPress site.  He’s been using WordPress since right after the release of WordPress 1.0 in 2004 – blogging, building client websites, growing businesses, and developing themes and plugins.  After providing support to thousands of customers across hundreds of hosting environments, he’s run across pretty much every flavor of WordPress challenge, and come out the other side with a solution.

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