So you just went out and spent a nice chunk of change on your shiny new website. That's great! New customers are going to come flocking to your business with handfuls of cash,right?…guess again.
While your slick new website might be super cool looking, the fact is, if people don't see it, then you just threw away a good chunk of cash. Your website needs visitors who are looking for what you have to offer, plain and simple. The sad thing is, most businesses who do have a website, have nothing more than an online brochure.It shows their products and gives contact information, but that's about it. It rarely has people coming to look at it and worse than that, when they do come, they don't pick up the phone and call you, give you their email address or purchase anything from you.
Here is what you need in order to be successful online.
Cool website. Check
Traffic coming to your website. Check (well after you get us working for you, you will)
Multiple calls to action to get people to do whatever it is that you want them to do. Check. (You just decided to hire us,remember?)
You see, in order to have a successful website, you need to have all the pieces of the puzzle in place.
Somewhere for the people to go. A way to get them there and then a way for them to convert into a lead or a sale.
Have a good hard look at your website. Does it command people (or ask in a really nice way) to actually DO something? If you came across your site, would you be wanting to buy from you? How about someone else? If not, you need to put some systems in place.
What's that?… you still don't have a website? Well, you aren't alone. About half of business still don't have a site.Crazy to think in this day and age.
The longer you wait to get caught up, the harder it is going to be…and who wants to be caught up anyway? You want to be one step ahead of your competition. Face it,your business needs what we have to offer.
Call us now at 604-240-8445 and let's get you all the business that you've dreamed about for years.
After all, wouldn't you rather be working ON your business than working IN your business?
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