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How can I help you grow your business?
I want a website
So, you know you want/need a website. I have a couple questions for you first, though. Why do you want a website? What goals is it going to help your business achieve? What jobs do you need your website to do for you?
I want people to find my business online
So, you have a website. But maybe it’s not getting found online. And, what’s the point of a website if people aren’t finding it. Getting found is a good goal and I can help you get there by improving your websites SEO and performance.
I want my website to convert leads
Ok, so now you have a website and you’re getting found online. But, your website still isn’t doing a lot for you if your leads aren’t converting. So, how do you make your website convert leads into foot traffic or sales? I’ll help develop a strategy to dial in your website and start converting real leads.
In this day and age, there is no doubt your business needs a website.
However, jumping in blindly isn’t the way to go. It’s important to think through your business goals and determine how a website can help you achieve those.
It’s easy to say I need a website and I want these pages. But have you actually thought about the purpose of each page? How will each page serve your customer? And how will that help you achieve your business goals?
If you haven’t considered this, a website will likely end up being no more than a fancy digital business card.
Are people actually finding your website?
If you have a website, you want to make sure you’re actually getting found. That is where SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, comes in.
If you run a local business with a brick and mortar storefront, or at least have a real address the best way to get found is through local SEO. When someone in your area searches for a product or service you offer, you want them to find your business first.
You can do this by taking steps to optimize your website for local searches in addition to keeping your Google My Business Profile up to date. Not sure, where to start? I can help.
I want my website to generate business
And finally, if you have a website and you have it optimized for local searches, you want to make sure your website is set to convert visitors. This will look different from business to business depending on your industry, but the same principles apply.
A website that loads quickly and provides customers with the info they need, is much more likely to convert than a website that is loaded with glamor effects and takes forever to render.