Updated: Dec 28, 2020
As the leader of your business, nothing is scarier than a quiet phone or a lack of emails. You instinctively go into panic mode and doubt yourself, wonder what I need to do to kick up sales, etc. The mistake many make is to come up with a new service or product to widen the chances to pick up a client that may need it.
So you do come up with a new product or service...how do you tell the world? That's where we come in. We evaluate where you should put your budget to get the best ROI at that time.
Too many business owners chase sales and gross instead of chasing profits. They lose focus on building their business correctly, consistently, and profitable.
Could the problem be your website game?
According to the SBA, of the 30 million businesses in the U.S., only 64% of small businesses have a website. This should not be a shocking statistic since there are so many owners that don’t know where to start and for many, it’s still is too hard or too expensive for them.
But this is a problem since a study by Blue Corona shows 80% of customers will research a company online before visiting it. Similarly, a Stanford University study reveals that customers will judge a company’s credibility by its website design.
According to a Blue Corona study, 58% of those who don’t have one, want to build one. Small business owners get stuck because they aren’t coders or designers. There is also so much to think about when assembling a web site including:
What should the content be?
What should the headlines say?
What layout and design should be used?
What are the calls to action?
How can it be made mobile friendly?
How are people going to find the website once it is built?
They also don’t understand the difference between a domain, a website, hosting, and a blog.
For a lot of company owners, using a sophisticated content management system (CMS) is just too expensive.
All of this is overwhelming while you're doing the day to day business. We take all of that stress off of you and "hold your hand" through each step, help you understand where every penny goes, and communicate with you constantly after the website is finished to make sure you're evolving with the industry.