If yours is like most websites it's a pretty face at best. Most websites just don’t do what they should do.
Here’s what your website should be doing for you:
1: Get you found
Think through your search strategy. Don’t know anything about SEO? Then just think like your prospect.
What are they going to ask Google that you should be found for? These questions can become endless content ideas.
2: Grab and keep your visitor’s attention
Great headlines are what compel people to have a look. Do your headlines fall short?
Are you speaking to the emotions of your website visitor? Are you getting inside their head and persuading them to want more?
Have a careful look at what you say within your website. Learning how to write powerful headlines and use emotions and persuasion can change everything.
Your page names and blog titles are all great opportunities for creating riveting headlines. And then make sure they…
3: Take them through the right sales funnel
Are you trying to capture everyone’s attention and let them figure out what to do next? Or do you target that perfect customer and take him or her where you want them to go and then TELL them what to do next?
Think about exactly who you want as a customer. Then make sure your website does everything it can to make it super easy for them to travel down the right path to becoming a customer or client.
4: Turn them into customers
This one sounds obvious, but it isn’t. It always amazes me how many websites don’t do anything to turn visitors into customers.
It begins with making offers. Make them an offer they cannot refuse and then tell them what to do to get started.
You have to approach this from a sales perspective. If you are not comfortable or don’t know how to create offers that sell, it is one of the most important things you can ever do. Force yourself to do it.
How you can create offers that compel and sell
When I write websites for myself or clients, or for any marketing material I might create, I follow a simple 21 step formula. This starts with how you grab attention through strong headlines. It tells me where to talk about problems, solutions, calls to actions and all the other elements that must go into sales writing.
It is a blueprint that I use in every possible communication to make sure I am creating presentations that compel and persuade people to action. I recommend you learn about this too.
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