Monthly Archives: May 2013

The essence of what I’ve been talking about in these past few posts is that it’s crucial that you get something from a visitor to your site. Most professionals build a website that is a billboard or a brochure. They hope that someone reading will call and make an appointment. But think about how youContinue Reading

As I mentioned in a previous post, the purpose of a website is to start a conversation. I pointed out that a conversation is a two-way street. So if someone comes to your site, looks around and leaves, you’ve lost out on an opportunity for conversation. So how do you get a conversation out ofContinue Reading

Every business owner knows that having a website is important and necessary. So here is a question for you: what is the the purpose of your website? The usual answer is so people can get information about your business, and know how to contact you. That is only partially true. Yes, a website is aContinue Reading

Take a look at your website’s home page. What is it’s message? Do you talk about you? If you are a massage therapist, do you talk about the different modalities of massage you do? Do you explain your techniques? How detailed is your explanation of your services? Chances are, your site speaks mostly of theContinue Reading