Most small business websites start out amazing! (or at least pretty good) But doing business gets in the way, and unfortunately, the website quickly becomes an embarrassment.
The problem is that while you may be ignoring it, your prospective customers are not. People want your website to tell them how you'll meet their needs. So it's got to stay sharp.
"Ummm no, don't go to our website.
Just give me your email and I'll get you the info."
-TOO MANY SALES GUYS
No More Rusty And Broken Down Websites
Other Clients We Helped Find Their Perfect Audience...
Engage your potential customer with a website designed specifically for their needs, and to move them closer to a sale.
1. Be Engaging
The time you have to catch your potential customer's attention.
Show them you understand their problem, you understand how to solve it, and help them understand how your product or service solves it!
2. Listen & Fix It
Tell them exactly what you need from them to move forward, and do it right then! Contact us? Click? Make it super easy.
4. Make it Easy To Move Forward
How are you going to make their life better? Don't overwhelm them with details here - try to stay away from too many numbers or statistics.
3. Show Them, Tell Them!
Back up your claims with social media, reviews, and proof! Who else loves you?
5. Include Testimony
Finally, as they are leaving, make sure to ask if you can keep in touch. Offer them something that will give them a a quick win, a discount, or something of the sort in exchange for their email address
6. Keep In Touch!
That's a problem we can solve!
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