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The call-to-action is one of the most important elements needed on your website. However, this is one of the most forgotten or poorly executed pieces of content I see on business websites today.
Within seconds of landing on your website, potential customers should know how you add value to their lives and what they need to do to become a satisfied customer. One of the primary ways this happens is through, what we call, your platform.
Quite simply, your marketing budget should be around 2-8% of your revenue. Not 2-8% of your expense budget, but of your revenue.
In this post, we’ll share 9 tips that’ll be sure to give potential customers a sigh of relief as they evaluate your business.
I began building websites in 2001. Over the course of the last 19 years, I’ve built and fixed quite a few websites. There’s one thing that every website I’ve ever built has contained: a logo.
Ecommerce has been steadily growing year over year, and now with COVID-19, ecommerce has only become even more of a boom with everyone stuck at home. Whether you’re new to the e-commerce game or not, you are likely facing some struggles.
While email can be a noisy and crowded market, it’s easily forgotten that email has an average ROI of $38 for each $1 spent. That’s a 3,800% ROAS.