Strategy Before Building Is Key To Getting Leads From Your New Website
The website: It’s almost always the first place clients go to when thinking about their marketing. “I need a new one. I don’t like ours. It’s three years old.” Those are all comments we hear from clients.
But with a little investigative questioning, it’s easy to uncover the real issue: Their website is not producing any or enough quality leads. It goes without saying that your website has only one purpose in life — produce leads for your company.
If you’re following and agree that you want your website to generate leads, then it’s critical the new site be search friendly. In other words, it must be able to be found by all the major search engines for the keywords, phrases and questions relevant to your business, products and services. To make sure this is in place, you’re going to want a technical audit of your current site, a thorough review of what your competitors are doing (from a search perspective) and a review of your current conversion funnel.