Are you in business and wondering whether or not you should have a website? Or do you have a website and wonder if you’re using it properly?
I’ve mentioned it a long time ago, but it’s six months now, and it’s time to reintroduce my ebook,
which just might have some of the answers you need.
It’s short and sweet. In just over 50 pages you’ll learn just how you can use a website to help you market your business. You’ll learn ways you can use your website that you may never have thought about before. You’ll learn terminology that web designers use when talking to you about web design.
No matter the size of your business, you can only benefit from having a website. I’ve written an article about it, and I have an outline that highlights major points.
With a website, you can market to the world in a more cost effective way than anything else you can imagine.
You can do commerce online, even if you don’t have products to sell.
You can dole out more information than regular print materials.
I also tell you why you may not be ready for a website, or why some aspects of having a website might not be for you. After all, an improper website could represent your business in unflattering ways; no one wants that.
Who’s this book for? If you don’t have a website, this book is for you. If you’re not using your website effectively, this book is for you. If your website is poorly designed, this book is for you. If you paid someone to do a website for you, but had problems understanding the terminology they used, this book is for you.
I’ve tried to make it easy to understand. I’ve been concise. I haven’t gotten into a lot of filler.
This isn’t a college course; it tells you just what you need to know and consider, whether you have a website or not.
I wrote an article about the subject.
I wrote an outline about the subject.
I could say more, but this is a blog after all, and there’s more things to talk about at another time. If you wish to see testimonials, go to this page to read more.
buy my ebook today!
And now, back to our regularly scheduled program. 🙂