In 1996, the average American spent less than 30 minutes online—a MONTH. (According to the NPD Group.)
After all, there wasn’t much to do on the internet. Back then, websites were little more than a list of links to articles, with maybe a few archaic graphics thrown in. Slow dial-up connections made videos impossible, and even photos were a rare treat. There were no blogs, no podcasts and no Google. But hey, at least there was email—and eBay! 🙂
Today, your audience expects a lot more from your website than just a few links and simple graphics, and when designed properly, your website becomes one of your most important business tools.
But with everything it takes to run a business, it’s easy for your website to slide. So today, I’m sharing a resource to help you build (or optimize) your website, so you get better results—more traffic, more conversions and more raving fan customers.
In addition to this resource, I also have a new video for you, in which I’ll reveal the first step you MUST take to have a successful website.
Click below to access my “Essential Website Checklist” and leave me a comment below about a tip you find useful in building your website!