Reviewing the Website Planning Process

The Planning a Website the Organized Way series started over two months ago, on August 5th. If you’ve been reading along and working through the steps, congratulations – you’re ready to begin implementing your website plan! Maybe you’re joining us for the first time today, or completing the homework wasn’t a priority for you at the time. For your benefit,…

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Working out the Details

Over the last two months, we’ve reviewed many of the content, design, and technical aspects of planning a website. These considerations are especially important if you’re replacing an existing site. If your current website isn’t working well for you, you need to identify how it may be lacking and make sure that your new site addresses those issues. Otherwise, there’s…

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Drafting Your Contact Page

In the last post in our Planning a Website the Organized Way series, we talked about different ways of connecting with your website visitors. This is a very important part of forming relationships, but today we’re going to take it a step further. You must make it as easy as possible for prospective clients to contact you. Click To Tweet…

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Connecting with Your Website Visitors

Last week, we talked about a few ways to bring new visitors to your website. If you’ve done a good job planning your design and your content, the people you can help through your business will take the time to explore what you have to offer. However, most people will not be ready to do business with you the first…

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Driving Traffic to Your Website

Some people tell me they’re hesitant to have a website because they’re afraid of being inundated with more business than they can handle. My first response is to ask them, “Would it really be so bad to be able to raise your rates and/or refer business to your colleagues?” Then I offer them a reality check. Just putting your business…

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