So you want to run a website business?

Published on Thursday, July 25, 2013

So you want to run a website business?

Here's someone who can help you. Ack!

Friend of CADUG and all things DNN, Gifford Watkins, will join us Tuesday, August 6 for a virtual meeting. He'll be telling us about his upcoming trip to Atlanta for the developers camp there and how he'll be evangelizing for the DNN Platform.

Join us for Gifford's insights into the DNN world, and he'll tell us about Atlantic Webfitters, his company, and about how you too can run a website development business based on DNN, just like he does.

The meeting will begin online via gotomeeting at 7pm Chicago time, and will have the usual state of the industry, open forum for any DNN questions, and then of course Gifford takes control of the presentation to tell us what he's up to.

Yes, we'll be asking what "Ack!" means.

Visit ChicagoDNN.org, our website, on the day of the meeting for a GotoMeeting ID so you can attend. Only 25 seats are available. We look forward to talking with you.

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Co-Founder and Managing Director of Sprocket Websites, Inc.; Co-Founder Chicago Area DotNetNuke User Group

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