How to Take Your Services Online

Thurs. February 18th 1:30pm PST

It's no secret that the place for every small business to be is online, especially in a socially-distanced time, but what do you really need to get your services onto the web?

In this online class, we'll cover how to start generating ideas for what you can offer online--even if you normally offer a hands-on service!--as well as what tools you'll need to get it in motion on your website, and we'll share website strategies that will help you reel in your audience, and getting more leads and sales with less effort.

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    Sarah Giffrow

    Creative Director + Benevolent Overlord (she/her)

    @ Upswept Creative

    Meet Your Guide.

    Sarah’s path was set in the days of the Old Internet, after she built her very first webpage in 1995. She was raised in a tech-savvy household and went on to get a B.S. in Multimedia Design from the University of Oregon.

    Upswept sprang forth from Sarah’s side-hustle as a photographer, where she often found herself seized by the irrepressible urge to help her clients improve their websites. In her spare time, she can be found lifting heavy barbells, dabbling in musical theatre, and cuddling her best boy Zergling, an affectionate and extremely food-motivated tuxedo cat.

    Our Online Classes are Donation-Based.

    We collect community donations as a thank you for our online classes, but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. If you are able to donate, Upswept Creative will match your donation, with all funds benefitting Black United Fund of Oregon.