Building your reach using a website

Building a website is just the start of your marketing journey.  The best business websites are established ones.  So get your website setup and published as soon as possible.  If your website is already published but (as in many cases) dormant this can be a benefit as the search engines know you exist.

Building your reach and popularity.

Here are some tips to build your website performance, reach more customers and get more enquiries.

Update it often – I’ve been saying this since the late 1990s but most businesses don’t because they don’t have the time, inclination, they haven’t seen a return on investment and possibly don’t know how to do it.  OK – so hire someone to do it.

Add good keywords, location – often forgotten is location – not just your location but where you do business.  Tag your pages and posts with the town or city, area or region you did business in.  If you want to reach a location specifically then tag using the desired locations.  As an example; I work with a furniture restoration company who have recently started reaching customers who weren’t too far away but hey didn’t get any enquiries.  Since we started tagging the desired town a flow of fresh customers have started coming in and of course, the momentum builds along with word of mouth.

Add good keywords, services – as above you can tag posts and pages with the services you offer.  For example; you are a printer and you are known for business cards and letterheads but you also provide posters and picture framing.  Tag your posts with what you have delivered and you also provide.

I hope this helps – contact us if you have any questions or comments.