Just Say NO to a New Web Site
Most businesses that get a new web site do not need a new web site. We see this time and again, even more so with the popularity of WordPress, which has allowed hucksters with little design background to become alleged graphic designers and web site developers. Not really Jasper.
Building a new web site is a complete pain. The design and layout process require lot’s of consensus building and other matters to address between the client and the designer, graphics person and copywriter. Budgets, delays and an array of other setbacks cause project creep, taking months and much money to get through.
Several thousands of dollars later you are no further ahead. Yet, the first thing out of many consultants mouth to the business owner or client is you need a new web site. Or the new Marketing Director needs to pierce their spot and create something to do for the first six months by “revamping” your digital presentations with “a new web site” Nope, don’t let them do it.
Stop the Insanity!
These nuts are building new web site for their purposes, not yours, nor your best interest, either because they don’t know what else to do or do not have the technical ability to tweak your site. The reality is most web sites are just fine when optimized, which is minor in comparison to a new site. The colors are OK, the logo is OK and the pictures are OK.
What you need is MORE Web Site TRAFFIC
Your business needs to be found more often and in more places in order to sell more stuff. Save yourself much aggravation, time and money; Just Say No to a new web site.
Content Rules and Converts Web Traffic to Sales
Perhaps the single most thing you can do to leverage more web site traffic is to create content, lots of it in the form of a blog. We have chanted the virtues of blogging, aka Content Marketing for a long time here at the Urbane Lab, yet many businesses just don’t do it. Oddly, consultants don’t recommend it often either. The collaboration benefit, beyond just the SEO benefit is huge. You actually get to know potential prospects way before they are ever prospects and ultimately customers. But most of all, your business gets found and discovered by search engines. You Get in the Game when you are found and discovered.
Part of the issue is that producing consistent quality content day in and day out requires a dedicated team of writers, graphic designers and SEO experts. You and your business become your Own Branded Media.
Should that not be your cup of tea, we can help.