HitSearch director Andy Donaldson will be speaking at the 2009 Actinic User Conference next week.
Andy will be delivering a talk entitled “Driving Traffic to Your Site”, which will introduce the delegates to the role of HitSearch, and the benefits of search engine optimisation.
The event is Actinic’s first User Conference, and will be held at the PayPal offices in Richmond, Surrey on 14th October.
Andy is delighted to have been invited to speak at the conference. He said: “This has presented a great opportunity for me to give Actinic’s user base a few hints and tips of how to generate more traffic to their website, which in turn, will increase their profits.”
Actinic provide e-commerce and electronic point-of-sale (EPOS) solutions for small and medium retailers across the UK. Founded in 1996, its software is used on over 10,000 sites including the Royal Navy, Barnado’s and the Royal Opera House. Research shows that over 50 per cent of small-to-medium enterprises in the UK run their online stores using Actinic software.
Their product range, suitable for both web designers and self-builders, includes web-based and desktop solutions such as Actinic Enterprise, Actinic Business, Actinic Catalog, Actinic Express and Actinic Designer.
Marketing Manager for Actinic Simon Armstrong said: “We’re delighted to have Andy speaking at our inaugural User Conference this year.
“I’ve previously worked with him and HitSearch at Richmond Systems, and I was very impressed with their work and what they were able to achieve.”