Websites are essential these days for every business, but there are 5 questions you need to ask before you make one. If you didn't you're in the majority. Don't worry you won't need to scrap your site to benefit from these ideas. qIf your website was an employee, would you fire it?q will walk you through how to think differently about your website. What is it now? What should it be? Who's using your site and how? Did you design your website for you, or for the people who are using it every day? When you ask yourself better questions, you'll get better answers and better results.This book was designed to be a quick and easy read. I want you to get on to taking real action, as without action there won't be any change. You'll discover easy things you can do, right away, to improve the performance of your current site or help you design a new one. If you're making a new site, you can still make some of these changes to your current site while the new one is getting ready.Are you ready to begin? Let's start your journey to greater success, today.5 Things You Wish You Knew Before You Made Your Website and how to Fix Them Now Alan Berg ... I had a customer tell me that Facebook was their top source for incoming traffic, but when I looked at their Google Analytics report, those Facebook clicks had a 78-percent bounce rate. That means that only 22 percent of the people who came in from Facebook were sticking around to see more than thatanbsp;...
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