Web Design

Marketing Tutorials – Web Strategies, Part 2: How to Design a Client-Attracting Site

Dec 7th, 2011 | By
Marketing Tutorials – Web Strategies, Part 2: How to Design a Client-Attracting Site

Web Strategies, Part 2: How to Design a Client-Attracting Site Does your website generate leads…? … convert visitors into prospects and clients??? Here are a few web strategies to help you create a website that generates leads and attracts paying clients: First Impression counts Keep your pages simple and professional Watch out for spelling blunders and gramatical
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“I Don’t Have The Time!”

Aug 5th, 2010 | By

What does time have to do with my web site? A great deal, apparently. It’s unfortunate, but the number one reason I hear from clients about why they cannot get their web site in shape is they don’t have the time. In my opinion, this is flawed thinking. We all value our time. Time is
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Big Lessons From 30 Years’ Freelance Copywriting: HOW TO WIND UP WITH COPY THAT REALLY SELLS

Jul 3rd, 2010 | By

by Dan S. Kennedy I got my first paid, freelance copywriting job 31 years ago. I have since written copy consuming a forest of paper, for product from the mundane to the weird and bizarre, for every media, including print ads, direct-mail, TV infomercials, and the internet. Here are a few of the most important
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“Did You Think About Cleaning Your “House”?”

Jul 1st, 2010 | By
“Did You Think About Cleaning Your “House”?”

by: Bob Regnerus In order for your website to be most effective, you better make sure the website is ready for visitors – just like you would for company that comes to visit your home. Unfortunately, as I do consulting with services businesses I am still seeing that they spend very little time and effort on
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