A Great Website
Is the foundation to any and all great marketing
Don’t skimp on a great website
By investing in a great strategy and understanding your customer’s needs, you will end up with a website that forms the foundation for your online marketing.
Business is about relationships and great customer service. When you meet a customer face-to-face you engage, build trust and educate if required. This is great customer service.
Your website is the online equivalent of building a relationship with your customers. By engaging, educating and nurturing customers they are more likely to buy from you and keep coming back.
Why settle for a good website when you can have a great website? Let’s dive in on what makes a great website.
So, what are the key points to look for to ensure your website can achieve online marketing greatness?
First impressions count and your website should be no different.
For example, if you’re a restaurant:
Understanding who your customers are and what they want is crucial to a successful website.
A good strategy will enable you to match your customers needs in the simplest manner, making it as easy as possible for them to find what they need. This then makes a conversion as easy as possible.
Whether your website is informational or transactional (eCommerce), it starts the sales process from the very first moment your customers visit your website. An engaging website will turn a bounced visit into a potential new customer.
Using the right imagery, language, tone and design are all ways to engage your customers from the moment they first visit your website.
Knowing who your customers are and what they want will allow you to tailor your website to create a great user experience. This includes:
Search engines provide a path to your website via either paid advertising or organic search results. A strategy that combines the use of both paid and organic search channels provides the best results depending on your competition and target market. This means creating content that is relevant and engaging for your audience.
If it’s great for a group of other people, then it’s going to be great for me too. This is how social proof works, by building trust and authenticity. The very presence of social proof makes a business more trustworthy because, by definition, social proof comes from other customers. These serve as endorsements that this person, company, service, or product is great, and that the overall customer journey has other happy customers.
What are some examples of social proof?
Business is fluid. What works today may not work tomorrow. This is why ongoing optimisation is so important.
What does optimisation involve? Some examples are:
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