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SECTION 101 HEADS TO L.A. FOR ASCAP EXPO '16

We're back again, partnering with ASCAP EXPO for our 6th year in a row! Section 101 is thrilled to be joining an amazing EXPO lineup, including super-producer Timbaland, along with top ASCAP songwriters Andra Day, Brian McKnight and LaShawn Daniels.


If you're attending EXPO, don't miss our special presentations each day, "Website Survival Guide: Top Secrets for Easily Keeping Up in Todays' Digital Jungle", and be sure to stop by our booth to say hello, plus enter to WIN a FREE Website Design! We'll also be featured on the Website Demolition Derby panel, where you can submit your website to be judged live. 


More Info on Times and Locations below.


ASCAP "I Create Music" EXPO, April 28th to 30th in Los Angeles, CA at the Loews Hollywood Hotel!


Demo Sessions: Section 101 Presents Website Survival Guide - Top Secrets for Easily Keeping Up in Today's Digital Jungle 
Thursday, 4/28 @ 4:55pm - 5:25pm, Friday, 4/29 @ 1:10pm - 2:20pm, Saturday, 4/30 @ 3:40pm - 4:10pm in the Los Feliz room on the 3rd floor
Today's digital landscape is constantly changing - and at lightning speed! Now more than ever, it has become a full-time job just to keep up with the latest online trends and best practices. In this session presented by Section 101's Rebecca Calejo, we will cover the best-kept secrets for how to be successful online and stay on top of your digital game; specifically, how to do the least amount of work to get the biggest impact.


We’ll Cover:



  • How to create an effective online strategy

  • Simple ways to keep your website fresh

  • Optimizing your website content for mobile

  • Using your socials to increase your website's activity

  • How to take action based on your stats



Panel: Website Demolition Derby – Live Website Reviews
Saturday, 4/30 @ 1:10pm in the Hollywood Ballroom 
This eternally awesome panel will offer live, no­-holds-­barred critiques of real websites. Our panelists will assess design, organization, content and functionality. How does the website fit with the artist's overall online strategy, and how successfully does it achieve the artist’s goals? Our experts have worked with hundreds of songwriters and musicians (including themselves), from major label superstars to secluded basement composers. They know all about website best practices, and they’re deeply allergic to bad design, music that auto­starts, Flash widgets and unreadable fonts. We’ve instructed each of our panelists to leave all diplomacy aside, so if you’re courageous enough to submit your website for their scrutiny, send a note to rebecca@section101.com


Moderator: Dave Cool 


Panelists:

Rebecca Calejo 

Cheryl B. Engelhardt 

Delaney Gibson 

Ari Herstand


 

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