Is So You Have a Website for Now What for you?
Let's first look at four simple questions:
1. Are you happy with the way your website is performing today?
2. Is your website helping you capture leads and close sales?
3. Is your business helping you and your business reach its goals?
4. If you were to get 1,000 new prospects to your website tomorrow, would your site be ready to convert them into customers?
How do you know if your website is as effective as you expected it to be? If you are not getting the results you want, do you know what to do to help it along? Are you prepared to ask yourself the big questions about your website and take the steps to ensure its success out there with the big boys?
As a business owner, you know how important it is to have a website. Everyone knows that in order to stay in the game you have to have a strong online presence. So you dove right in and made the plunge to an excellent marketing decision: buying a website!
But what many business owners don't realize is that they could be pouring thousands of dollars, countless hours, and valuable resources into something that is doing absolutely NOTHING for their company! Where do you turn when you feel the burn of a marketing wasteland with no hope of a successful campaign?
These concerns are exactly what led Wayne Mullins of Ugly Mug Marketing to compose a user-friendly guide to the world of web. His book, "So You Have A Website Now What?" can help you or your business productively utilize your website to the proper capacity. This isn't some long-winded tech manual, just the experience of a man who has been in your shoes and pulled through - ready to share his success story with you!
What can you expect from "So You Have A Website Now What"? Below are some of those key topics that Wayne addresses in his book and some suggestions for you to think about as you consider your website marketing strategy:
*KNOW YOUR MARKET - Who are the target people you want to attract to your site? Can you provide a clear and concise picture of what you are looking for when it comes to viewers? What about customers needs?
*FIND YOUR COMPETITIVE EDGE - What are you doing to set yourself apart from your competition? Is it service, product, demand? Having a strong competitive edge helps you soar to the top of your marketing goals.
*WHAT CUSTOMERS NEED - Are you putting your customers first? Are you catering to their wants and needs vs. your own business agenda? What are you doing to drive them to your site, and more importantly KEEP them there long enough to spread the word?
*WHAT YOUR WEB DEVELOPER DIDN'T TELL YOU - Say you had someone build a website for youdid they go over everything you needed to maintain it to its full potential? Probably not. Even if they did, are you doing your part in promoting it the way you should? Is the content current, accurate, and frequently updated? Do you know how to update your website?
*FinallyBUY THE BOOK! Pretty simple, right? "So You Have A Website Now What?" can help you answer some of these questions and provide the tools you need to take charge of your website's biggest challenges.
Methods and Motives for the Small-Town Woman Candidate... During your political run for office...you will get bruised, tattered, and crushed by the political campaign process. There will be punches and jabs-but with a good memory and a professional, responsible campaign, you can patiently wait it all out...and get your revenge later. In this delightful new book, Judy Herman holds nothing back. She gives you her best on how to run for down-ticket public office and how to play the game, based on her years of being tormented, inspired, and pestered by the likes of Tea Partier Sharon Angle, Republican Cuckolder Senator John Ensign, the powerful Democrat Senator Harry Reid, and the omnipotent Gannett newspapers. Herman believes women candidates must eat what they kill and savor the taste of victory. This book is chock full of open secrets and provocative honesty- written especially for women seeking down-ticket political offices.
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