1. Your site is attracting the wrong type of clients.
Do you find your site is attracting clients that are less than ideal? Some you don’t want to work with and some you take on as clients but find they are really hard to work with and you the results you get from working them are not what you want to brag about.
2. You’re embarrassed by the look of your site.
I’ve heard this many times from people who are ashamed of their website, instead of sending people to their site for more information about you and your business you’re sending them to Facebook. Keep in mind that people will check your website whether you want them too or not. If your website doesn’t look good, function well or contain information that makes prospective clients consider choosing you you’re missing out on potential clients.
3. Your website is not functioning well.
Are the links working, how about the forms? Any number of things can be wrong on your website that causes visitors to just give up. Every time someone leaves your site because they are frustrated with how the site functions it’s a potentially lost client.
Any of these reasons are telling you that it’s time to create a new website. But you know it’s a big job one that you are not sure you’re ready to take on. There are many questions on how and where to start, often it’s overwhelming and you just put it aside for now.
Think about it this way, you’re putting aside credibility, in almost every case people are going to look up your site before they contact you or after they’ve met you. They want to know that you’re a real business your website to show that you are. The better your site looks and sounds the better impression they get of your business.
Your website is always available unlike you or your employees. Having a great site that looks good and has the information that tells people what you can do, who you do it for and the problem you solve whenever they want is a big plus. If they don’t find you they will find your competition, don’t miss out because your website is full of old outdated or generic information.
Hopefully, I’ve impressed on you why you need a newly updated website, but now you’re thinking where do I start? How do I come up with not only a great look but also content that attracts and holds a visitors attention? I have an answer for that, my new free report, 5 Elements That Create a Website That Gets You Seen, Gets You Leads and Gets You, Clients is available for download. The report talks about the importance of the content on your site, what you need to say and how to define this. Why your story matters to potential clients and how essential a strong message at the opening of your site is to hold and keep visitors long enough to read more. 5 Elements That Create a Website That Gets You Seen, Gets You Leads and Gets You, Clients digs into the hard stuff and why and how to tackle it so you have more than a pretty website or an online brochure type of site.
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