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The Do’s and Don’ts of Designing Your Website (In-Person Workshop)

The Enterprise Center at Salem State University

121 Loring Ave | Salem, MA 01970

Thu, Mar 2, 2023 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am

In-Person Workshop – Enterprise Center 121 Loring Avenue, Salem MA

Speaker:  Mike Sperling, Founder & Director, Sperling Interactive

 We will look at what separates a successful website from an ineffective website.  We will walk through the process we use to plan, design and execute a new website.  We will think about all of the audiences that may be coming to your website and how to fulfill their needs and most importantly how to successfully convert those visiting the site into customers.

Speaker:  Speaker:  Mike Sperling, Founder & Director, Sperling Interactive

This informative workshop is offered at no cost and is being sponsored in partnership with the North Shore Alliance for Economic Development, Salem Chamber of Commerce and the Massachusetts Office of Business Development (MOBD).

Presenter

Mike Sperling

Mike is the CEO and Owner of Sperling Interactive with over 15 years of website design, photography, marketing, and e-commerce experience. He built Sperling Interactive with his wife from the ground up, starting as a small office in his home with only a few employees and clients to one that has 20+ employees and more than 600 clients served all from our headquarters in Salem’s Historic District.

Mike grew up in Baltimore, Maryland where he went to a magnet school for the arts and began his study of photography. From there he went on to Rochester Institute of Technology in New York where he got his degree in Photojournalism and Communications. Before founding Sperling Interactive, Mike worked his way up from staff photographer at the Eagle Tribune Publishing Company to the lead operator and manager of multiple websites for daily and weekly publications.

Mike has a deep commitment to community involvement and civic engagements. In the past few years he and members of our team have become involved in programs that assist the youth, homeless, food insecure, and families at risk through programs at Lifebridge, Paddle for Plummer, LEAP for Education, Harborlight, Bridgewell, and the Enterprise Center at Salem State.

Ever the optimist, Mike believes that there is never a problem that can’t be solved with a bit of ingenuity and perseverance. It’s this positive, can-do attitude and know-how that allowed Mike to be recognized as Small Business of the Year 2019, by the Greater Beverly Chamber of Commerce.

Mike Sperling


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