Monday, July 6, 2009

Amber Wallace on Web Marketing


Los Angeles, California

SATURDAY JULY 18, 2009 at 1PM – 3pm


"WEB MARKETING TO THE MAX!--with Web Guru Amber Wallace"

Los Angeles, CA – Amber Wallace will present a free workshop for small businesses,
entrepreneurs, and innovators on WEB MARKETING TO THE MAX!

Amber Wallace has a degree in Creative Studies and is the founder of Dowitcher Designs.

Amber works with clients on strategic web planning and development, focusing on the
implementation of brand web presences and marketing campaigns. Her expertise includes search engine optimization, web design, interface design, information architecture, and small business entrepreneurship.

Amber is also a co-editor of Afro Geeks: Beyond the Digital Divide, managing
editor of the academic journal Screening Noir, teaches web design at the University of California,
Santa Barbara, and is a web development counselor for

The workshop will be held at 1:00 – 3:00 pm

July 18th in Meeting Room A of the Los Angeles Central Library

630 West Fifth Street, Downtown Los Angeles, California

The event will be co-sponsored by Science, Technology and Patents, Business and Economics Departments, the Inventors Workshop International (IWI), Green2Gold (G2G),


Q&A opportunities and information handouts provided at the workshop.

Immediately following the workshop is a meeting of the

Los Angeles Chapter of Inventor's Workshop International and Green2Gold from 3:15 – 5:30PM

Parking is available under the library and is handicap accessible.

For more information, please contact the Business and Economics
Department of the Los Angeles Public Library at (213) 228-7110.


Nancy Davison said...


Your knowledge will empower people to further their personal or business aspirations. You have a wealth of information to share regarding a tool necessary to facilitate growth in today's business world.

Amber Wallace said...

Thank you so much! It was a great gathering and I look forward to continue to spread the word about web marketing, social media, and the number of free tools available to us all!

Anonymous said...

It won’t be wrong to say that the IT sector has made the world stand up and take notice of the countries like India. India’s IT poweress is one reason why such massive deals like the Tata Chorus deal and the Hindalco Novelis deal could get shape and turn into India’s favor. Had it not been for the IT sector, there were chances that these multi million dollar deals would not have matured the way they have.