Cross Riverians Can Now Learn How To Create Money From eCommerce

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Denis Isong, MD, School of Web Consulting in one of the workshops
Dennis Isong, MD, School of Web Consulting in one of the workshops

Preparations are in full swing to hold a workshop on how to design eCommerce websites that can help Cross Riverians who are internet savvy to start making money online.

The event is scheduled for this Thursday, 28th of August at the Itiaba House, beside Transcorp Hotel, Murtala Muhammed Highway, Calabar.

According to Mr. Dennis Isong, Managing Director, School of Web Consulting, the workshop will bring ICT and online marketing experts from the School of Web Consulting to expose Cross Riverians at all levels to how to increase their financial earnings from creating electronic commerce portals without having to go through the procedure of writing codes necessary for the designing of websites.

In his words “School of Web Consulting has been at the forefront of helping people raise their income level in clear-cut online platforms like the design of websites for business purposes and other personal reasons. They were in Cross River last year and testimonies abound on the number of Cross Riverians using their resource of knowledge to make ends meet for themselves.

“This unique innovative package will expose Cross Riverians at all levels to how to make a lot of money designing world-class e-commerce portals that can compete favorably with online marketing platforms like jumia, konga and others without having to crack your brain on writing codes necessary for online creation,” Mr. Isong added.

“We think that this is key to the Cross River government laudable initiative to erase the mindset that Cross Riverians cannot grow beyond white collar jobs. This is the era to encourage Cross Riverians to quickly tap into the several opportunities that abound online instead of idling on social media without thoughts of monetizing it.

“Interested participants are expected to pay N3000 before the event or N5000 at the event venue for seminar videos packages.

“Such payments are to be deposited to account name DBI IMPACT at the following banks: GTB with account number 0015714889; or Access Bank with account number 0028334620.

“To participate in this workshop prospective participants are to register on for free.

“This is a great opportunity you should not miss for anything, I am so confident that this seminar will more than pay for itself, that I’m offering a money back guarantee. Your opportunity is NOW and it is handed over to you
on a silver platter.” He concluded.

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