Interactive features for small business websites

Now that your site has the basic essentials: Who you are. What you offer. Where/How clicnets can purchase your services. What you have to offer that your competitors don’t. How to reach you for questions.

It’s time to take things to the next level and put your site to work saving you time and energy, while delivering new, ready-to-purchase clients.

Can your website make it
easier to run your business?

Yes, you have a website, but is your site earning its keep? You put in the time to build a beautiful site. Now you are working hard to drive traffic to your site. But shouldn’t your site be working hard too? Check out some ways your site can start delivering results for your business.

Identify the Best Clients

Wouldn’t it be great if you could use your website to help find your ideal clients? Asking visitors a few easy questions is a great way to quickly find out if your services are a good fit for the client and also if the client is a good fit for you!

Add a quick survey or quiz to your site to help you identify your target clients so you can hit the ground running when you reach out for follow up.

Is your registration process long & involved? Break it down into smaller segments, let users start the registration process online, which will speed up the process in the long run.

Automate Discovery Calls

Do you offer a free discovery call for potential new clients? Give your visitors the option to schedule a discovery call right on your site. Skip all the back-and-forth emails for finding the perfect time. And then save even more time by automating meeting confirmations and reminders.

Schedule a Discovery Call below to discuss…and see how this works.

Answer Frequently Asked Questions

Do you find yourself answering the same questions over and over? Adding an FAQ section to your site makes it easy for visitors to find the information they need about your products & services, without having to call you every time.

FAQs are an easily editable way to share the most up-to-date information about your products & services. HINT: Well-written FAQs can also help bring visitors to your site via Google Search! ( aka SEO )

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