Step 1: Make a plan
You're smart about your business. You're confident in your area of expertise because you know how to cover all your bases. You go into each quarter with a plan and then you execute and solve problems that come up along the way. It's the same for your website.
Every website sits on top of a solid plan. Even a site slapped together in a weekend is a presentation of your business -- and follows a plan.
It's easy to launch a website. There are tools and services readily available to business owners at every budget level. The problem these days isn't the "HOW." The challenge is the "WHY." The first thought that pops up is "get more customers." More customers equals more business equals growth. Is it that simple? Let's
Plan A: We Are Great, Let Me Count the Ways
Plan B: We Look Very Professional
Plan C: Here's What We Can Do To Fix Your Problem
Who is your best customer? What are they looking? What sets you apart from the competition out there? In a roadmap session, we work together to define the sweet spot of your business and define what success would look like. What you get: 1) A message framework to clarify your marketing, and 2) a checklist of ways to improve your current marketing communication.