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Why do you need a website? And how can you tell if it’s effectively supporting your business? A website is more than just a pretty page – it’s an integral part of your overall marketing strategy for your business; how you attract clients and generate revenue. Therefore, when we think about how to measure the success of your website, we need to first identify your business goals, and work back from there.
Creating passive income in your business is one of the most coveted rewards you can earn. Unfortunately, it is not an overnight process, and you have to develop your audience, idea, and allow for time before beginning to reap the benefits. Ramp up your business to start the process of creating passive income!
Having a great homepage ensures your visitors quickly understand your business offerings, lets them get to know you and what you stand for, and invites them to stay connected with you (and ultimately make a purchase). The key to a memorable website is concise information and balance – include these six elements in your homepage and you’ll reap the rewards in the form of more leads and clients.
So you’ve decided it’s time for a website, or maybe you already have one but are considering a change. Either way, good for you! A website allows your potential customers to learn more about you, understand what you offer, and decide if they’d like to work with you.
The statistics are pretty staggering - four times as many consumers would rather watch a product video than read about it (Animoto, 2015), and marketers who use video increase their revenue 49% faster than non-users (Aberdeen, 2015). But video isn't just for marketers...
PowerPoint can be deadly when not handled with care – but it can also be awesome. Here are some tips I’ve used to elevate my own PowerPoints from mundane to magnificent; I hope you’ll find them useful too.
Problem solving is not a new concept and neither is Google, but are you fully harnessing the power of both?
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