Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Start the year off right by learning how to use Google Analytics to gain insights into how consumers engage with businesses online. Learn best practices analyzing customer trends and turning these insights into actionable decisions. This Google Livestream event Spring into Action will be hosted by the Mary H. Weir Public Library on Wednesday, March 11 at noon in the library's Activity Room off Walnut Street. The suggested audiences for this event would included small businesses and non-profits. To register for the event, click on the link Spring into Action.
Posted by Your Friendly Neighborhood Librarian at 9:58 AM
Monday, January 13, 2020
Brooke and Hancock Counties want better broadband to connect our communities. Internet connectivity is essential for community, economic, and workforce development, as well as overall quality of life. The Brooke and Hancock County Commission is working with Magellan Advisors, supported by the State of West Virginia and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, to identify needs, opportunities, and resources for better internet access in Brooke and Hancock counties.
Your input is essential for a broadband development plan that is practical and has real results. Please, follow the link below and complete the survey to show exactly where broadband is and is not available, and what better broadband could do for you, your family, community, and business.
Posted by Your Friendly Neighborhood Librarian at 5:10 PM