We are told that 75% of small businesses are still without a website as of 2012.
Of businesses that do have website, many are not attracting visitors. People “bounce off” websites within the first 2 seconds.
Not all websites are working for the business. Not all websites are effective. You can make yours effective …
The even below is now over, to stay informed of future Hangout and Learn session, you can leave your details here.
I’m holding a new live training event this coming Tuesday to cover important criteria for functional and effective websites so
- Visitors find your site useful and attractive
- You capture their attention and interest
- They want to stay at your site (and maybe tell their friends about it)
- You get to convert them into your clients eventually
Your website is where visitors get the first impression about you and your business. That is true for non-profit organizations too. You don’t get a second chance to reach out to on line visitors who navigate away from your site (unless you spend on advertising).
In the training I will show you the things to pay attention to so your website will get you leads and customers.
I will discuss what makes your web visitors want to stay at your site, be interested in coming back and even tell their friends about it.
I will go through this step-by-step so you can follow the reasoning and implement these changes in your own business. I have shared about this in blog posts and videos before and feebdack has been positive.
You can register here
Missing out on the fundamentals will hurt your business.
I am going to do a Live Event using Google Hang Out session (that is using Google’s platform to host a web training. It’s like a webinar) so you get to interact with me in real time, face to face. If time permits I can take one of two questions towards the end of the tutorial.
Your website is your only and most imporatant asset you have on the internet.
Setting it up so it right can help you build your business.
Sign up for your training here
Looking forward to sharing the training with you on Tuesday.
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