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Too often, I see a website that was built to attract clients, but it actually is creating a feeling of unease in the viewer, because the owner of the website did NOT include the correct information.

If you are looking for someone to do something for you, or you are looking for a specific product, picking up the phone to contact a new company, learn about what they do, and see if they are a good match for what you need, is hard work.  The job of your website content, is to make it feel easy for the visitor on your website to call you.

Follow this simple guide, to answer the right questions on your website, and make it easy for that potential client to pick up the phone!

Visitors expect to be presented with simple answers to the following questions: Read the rest of this entry »

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As a rule I suggest putting all company information on the contact page that is relevant to your clients getting in touch with you; the purpose is to provide the information that is going to WORK for your clients and your company.  Posting every detail on the contact page is not necessarily the best way to go.

Channeling your business communication

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Good Business Photographers

Monday, February 15

If you are looking for a headshot of yourself, you may want to look at these two excellent photographers. The style that is better for you depends on if in your industry it is more important to impress people, or to put them at ease.

When hiring a photographer, make sure that Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted in Useful Business Resources, Your Website Content