Registration for Creativation University is open! Over the next several weeks, we’ll introduce you to some of our workshop teachers and seminar speakers so you can learn what to expect from taking their live classes in Phoenix this January.
This week, meet Dana Walsh!
Calling all creative entrepreneurs! Join Dana Walsh of Weebly for a hands-on lab where you’ll create your website or online store in one night. Dana will help you design your website or store for optimal customer experiences. You’ll learn to design and master SEO, while enjoying a beer or wine!
Read our interview with Dana to get to know her and more about her Creativation workshop.
Tell us a little bit about yourself.
My name is Dana Walsh and I am the event and community coordinator at Weebly. Weebly has three office locations: Scottsdale, New York City and San Francisco. I’m based in New York City, but I have the opportunity to travel across the country and meet and work with some of our 30 million users.
In a few words, tell us about the education session you’re teaching at Creativation.
Our Weebly team is going to help anyone get online with a free website, blog or online store in one night. We will be helping people with e-commerce, SEO, email marketing and so much more. Get the one-on-one help you need.
Who and why should someone attend your session?
Small business owners, students, bloggers and anyone that wants to start a website, blog or online store EASILY!
What are you looking forward to the most at Creativation in Phoenix?
We are excited to get to work one-on-one with Weebly users and those who are new to the product. It is one the most rewarding feelings to see the excitement on someone’s face when he/she hits “publish” and his/her website is live.
What do you love most about your job?
One of my favorite things about my job is getting to work with Weebly users all over the United States. I get to spend a great deal of time interacting with their websites on a daily basis. Although, when I get to host an event and meet the small online business owner in person, it is a humbling honor.