I know, you’re anxious to launch your new website. But you still have to decide true colors and write a bunch of valuable content. You’ll just add it later because it’s better to have something online than nothing, right?
“Build it and they will come.” Sounds nice, right? In truth, getting visitors to your new website is going to take a little more work than that.
Are you getting anywhere with your website? I have a few quotes from Paul Cookson that help drive a few points home.
This is a story about people who try to avoid paying a web designer for their work. Since it happens all too often, I wanted to share a real-life example from yesterday.
Your website is the face of your brand online. There’s a lot of planning that goes into creating this space. It’s where potential customers come to find out who you are and what you do.
There was a time when your business card was your most important marketing piece. You carried a stack with you for networking and meetings, and handed them out freely.
Everyone knows a website needs to be optimized for search engines like Google. Search engine optimization (SEO) brings more traffic to your website.
We all know the importance of social media marketing for increased sales and to find new customers. Unfortunately, with so many business owners being so short-staffed, they just don’t have time for their Facebook and Instagram channels.
Is your retail business selling online? If you are a legitimate Northern Michigan brand, or you are committed to building one, selling online is in your favor.
If you have a local business and you want to attract more local clients, a great way to do that is by being active on Instagram as your business.