They told you to build a website, so you did. They told you’d you get customers if you had a website, but that hasn’t happened.
I’ve been involved in building and marketing thousands of websites since 1999, but I realize it’s easy to get in a bubble. So I turned to 19 friends — experts at web design, SEO, copywriting, marketing and usability — to get their explanations why some websites succeed while others fail.
Their advice creates a clear plan for anyone looking to launch a site or improve existing pages.
1. Solve problems.
“Most websites are written around how great you are and not what problem you solve,” says Chris Brogan, New York Times best-selling author of nine marketing and business books. ” ‘You want better skills and strategies for business? We’re here to help.’ See? “That’s the challenge. Make your buyer the hero.”
2. Focus on results, not features.
So says Jacob
Article source: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/294197