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Businesses in South Lakeland have been getting expert advice on how to sell themselves online.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
Adrian Luckham from Way Ahead, in Lupton, has been at today's conference.
"I'm going to look again at my website, make it less stagnant and tell all my clients all the tips I've learnt today.
"I think this is really good for our area because I never knew you could use street view to look inside our businesses and I think that would be really good for our local hospitality industry to show how warm and inviting Cumbrian businesses are.
Businesses in a rural market town in Cumbria are learning how to use a website today to search terms and online adverts to boost their business globally.
It is part of a drive to give rural businesses more technical skills.
The Google Juice Bar is on at the Brewery Arts Centre between 10am and 12.30pm.
It has already helped 250,000 businesses in the UK and is now coming to South Cumbria.
The campaign is not just about businesses as the council hopes if local traders can sell their shop to a global audience, it will also be an advert for Kendal - boosting visitor numbers and the local economy.