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Do I really need a website & things all sites need

Do I Really Need a Website & Things All Sites Need
Real Talk, No Fluff
Real Talk, No Fluff
Do I really need a website & things all sites need
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According to research by Blue Corona, your website has 10 seconds to make an impression on your customer. Thirty-eight perfect of visitors will stop engaging with your website if the layout is unappealing. And 48% of visitors judge the credibility of your company on your website’s design. Listen in to hear why all businesses need a website, what elements every website needs, and common website planning and design mistakes we often see small business owners make.

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Episode 3 Summary: Do I really need a website & things all sites need

  • Yes, a website is essential for all businesses, even for those that have a brick and mortar store.
  • Consumers expect businesses of all sizes to have a website, so not having one is often seen as a negative against your brand.
  • Design (or re-design) your website as if you were a customer or prospective customer. Too often small business owners plan a website and write content from their standpoint, and end up not providing enough explanation of what they do, who they work with, and their expertise.
  • Why you need to consider the customer’s journey to deciding to do business with you.
  • Avoid getting caught up in what’s “trendy” in web design. Trendy often leads you down the wrong roads about what’s actually important for a good website.
  • Every website – regardless of industry – needs a home page, about page, at least 1 service or product page, a contact page, full contact info, links to social media accounts, and a privacy policy.
  • Plus, some common mistakes we see small business owners make.

Episode 3 Takeaways

Liz: Design your website and write your website copy with your potential customer in mind.

Ronda: You must walk the line between your customer and search engines, and what each likes and what each likes to see.

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