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Surprise! Did your website overnight all of a sudden lose rank, or did it rise in rank?
I just got back from Bali, and took some time while on vacation to look at why websites blow. Now as I watched them drive on the left side of the road in Bali, it made me wonder why some many websites are on the left side of the Web rather than the right side of the Web. It’s not as if websites mean to drive on the wrong side of the www, but so many sites do. Take for instance a site that is loaded up with what the site owner wants. Oh, it maybe riveting; however, reality meets fallacy. So how does a website get on the right side of the Web?
Whether you're a local business, an ecommerce site, or a nationwide franchise, your website goal(s) is what defines content purpose. Most of all, your website should be enjoyed by the consumer and tour guide visitors through a funnel to reach your website goal.
Keyword Copy Storylines
Content storylines need to answer a site visitor’s reason for pulling your website. It’s not convincing the visitor that they need your help by creating letters and words; instead, your words along with images narrate for visitors and convince them that your product/service will temper their hurdles so to purchase.
Treat your colors no differently than you would your keywords.
Cost Per Acquisition = Total Advertising Cost/Number Of Total Leads
ROI = (Revenue - (Total Adverting Cost))/Total Advertising Cost
Tracking campaign channels is key. Let's say you're a business with no prior marketing background wanting to gain new customers, you need to:
Having a WebsiteAsk yourself, "Does my business need 24-hour exposure 7 days a week, 365 days a year?" The answer is obvious. What other medium allows you to expose all the benefits of your business to your target market at their convenience and provide a source of direct correspondence from them to you? The benefits of a website are innumerable.
Gaining Site TrafficThere are two ways to gain customers for your website or business. The first way is to pay for it. You could easily pay a marketer or advertiser or SEO company and gain customers that way. The other way is to earn your customers. This is the way that I believe works best and I practice myself and teach it to my students and customers.
With earning customers, you have to get to know them. you have to know where they go. Know which websites they visit or local events they attend. This doesn't just consist of putting your name and a business card in these locations, but it involves you interacting with them and finding a true understanding of what it is that they desire from a company such as your own.