You don’t get a second chance to make a good first impression. So the question I ask you is “what does your home page say about your business?” Is it streamlined and focused or cluttered and messy? Does it provide the information the visitor is
I’ve recently been doing some market research into the alternative energy field and was amazed at what I found. Many of the sites looked alike. I mean, really, looked alike.
They had a white background.
They had black text.
They had 3 columns with photos.
I’m sure you’ve heard the commercials by Verizon and Intuit about how easy it is to put up a website. My question to those of you who have done it yourself: does it bring in leads?
I’ve done a lot of work with contractors and the
In CJ Hayden’s book “Get Clients Now” she talks about 6 different ways to attract business. Most of her strategies are face-to-face and they were helpful to me when I first started my business. Recently I sat in on a HubSpot webinar and the topic
You've been toying with the question "Should I have a web site" or "Is it time to update the site I have?" Here are five great reasons to help you with that decision.
It builds credibility.
A web site shows that you have made a commitment