his week I share articles from Adrienne Smith, Mi Muba, Leslie Denning, Carol Amato, Stephanie Frasco and Leslie Samuel. This last week was an incredible one of connecting and learning from other bloggers who offer a very different service than I do but serve the same audience.
I just want to ask you one simple question: “Is your online presence exploding?” I am willing to bet that the overwhelming majority think their website is either well done or at least adequate. But compared to what metric? In all likely hood it’s determined by the court of personal opinion; that being the personal opinion of the site owner or company; not the site visitors or your prospects who will never tell you the truth about your website or why they won't engage with you online. They may not even be able to tell you, but they know they just cannot get themselves to do it.
Is your website accomplishing its purpose for your business? Have you even really defined what its purpose is and how it’s supposed to help your business? Learn six reasons your website isn't working for your business and how you can fix it.
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