An organised person once said, “A place for everything and everything in its place.” This person obviously did not have any kids, but I otherwise like the saying.
Seeing as I work with businesses and their websites, I like to put my own twist on that saying, “A website for your business and a business for your website.” I’m sure you get the first part, now let me explain the second part.
As a business owner, have you ever looked at your website as an employee? Do you have a specific role you need your website to fill? Or is your website just a bunch of info about your company and your hours and your location and what you believe…all on separate pages.
I’m sure it all looks very nice too, but I bet it’s not doing anything for you, it’s not expressly calling your site visitors to do anything or enticing them to stay for any reason. They come, they go.
Now imagine a website that can do more than that. A website that can deliver leads to your inbox or even to your phone. That, to me, is a website worth investing in, and is precisely where I want to take your website.