Free Programs for Businesses to Help You Get Online

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There are two programs coming up in March designed to help small businesses increase their online presence. Not only will this help create better visibility for your business when visitors are fewer due to covid, it will have a long-term impact when crowds return to downtown Dayton. Check out these free programs and learn how to be seen by more customers online.


Free Digital Training Series for Small- and Medium-sized Businesses

The Downtown Dayton Partnership, through its membership in the International Downtown Association, is pleased to offer a new, free digital readiness series designed specifically to support you and your digital needs. This free series is made up of four easy-to-complete, self-paced modules that will help support your growth and business needs by getting found online, reaching more customers, selling online, and working remotely.

  • Get Found Online: Get your business online and improve your digital presence.
  • Reach More Customers: Connect with more customers in more places.
  • Sell Online: Make it easy for customers to shop with you on your website.
  • Work Remotely: Run your business from anywhere.

Complete just one module or all four—and get a Digital Readiness milestone marker for each module to show off your new skills! Register for any or all of these free programs at


Reach Customers Online with Google

Video link now on demand:

Join Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, Plexus LGBT & Allied Chamber of Commerce, the Downtown Dayton Partnership, and Grow with Google trainer Petia Abdur -Razzaaq to learn how your business can be found online with Google. This free workshop explains how Google Search works and how you can improve a website’s visibility with Search Engine Optimization (SEO). The session also introduces products like Google My Business, Google Trends, Search Console, Google Analytics, Google Ads, and more.

Watch on demand.

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