Your website says a lot about your business.
When customers interact with your brand for the first time online, your website has the power to make a strong first impression that sets you apart from the competition or creates a negative one that’s difficult to recover from.
People want a clear and authentic picture of what doing business with you is going to be like and if your website doesn’t present the full picture, you run the risk of losing the sale to the competitors
The good news is that many of the most common issues we find on websites are easy to fix and produce significant results once they’ve been implemented.
There are a number of lead generation strategies available for b2b brands, but it’s important to consider that all leads are not created equal. While some can attract your ideal clients who provide repeat business, recommend you to colleagues, and always pay on time, the opposite also rings true. The wrong lead gen strategy can attract unqualified buyers and clients that are difficult to deal with, draining your company and team of valuable resources..
Your website says a lot about your business. When customers interact with your brand for the first time online, your website has the power to make a strong first impression that leads to a sale or create a negative experience that causes consumers to avoid your services entirely in favor of competitors. Every business is different and there are a number of elements to consider when designing a web page experience for a conversion, depending…
Do you have a Facebook page for your business? Is it generating inquiries, leads, and website visits for your company on a regular basis? If not read on because you could be losing out on a large number of sales each month to your competitors who are using Facebook to connect with and attract new customers and there are some free and easy optimizations you can make to your Facebook page right now to increase comments, shares, likes, website visits and messages.