Most businesses have one common goal: to reach a wider market and grow their business.

Many business owners think if they can reach more people then they can make more sales.

This isn't always true.

A lot of the time, the problem lies with the business trying to do things out of order.

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If you were to host a party at your house, you would [most likely] spruce up the place. Ensure the environment is welcoming. Make sure your guests have something to do. {i.e., food prepared, conversational seating arranged}

As a business owner, let's use that analogy to consider your home base—your website.

Let's first ensure your website is in tip-top shape and ready for guests.

Is it mobile-friendly? Is it easy to navigate? Does your messaging clearly state who you are and what you can offer them? Are there good visuals to draw them in? We live in a visual world, ya' know?

You are prepared to receive new guests, but what about your old, loyal ones who have been around for a while? Are you regularly engaging with them via email? They have been around for a while and are most likely big fans. Nurture them. Up-sell, cross-sell. But make sure each time you reach out to them; it's something valuable.

I recommend ConvertKit as your ESP. (affiliate link)

Will your site visitors receive a call to action? Do you have an opt-in to help them solve a problem or entice them to purchase from you instead of your competitor? Once they have acted to your CTA [AKA you've captured their email], do you have a plan or email series to keep their attention? Your email engagement can not be a one-time; forget it with your audience. Why? Because they will forget about you.

Let's get a solid email series in place [AKA a welcome series] where you will engage with your audience. Nurturing them. Building relationships. Establishing your authority in your market. Building trust. And in the end ... making a sale.

By now, you've got an audience—regardless of how small or how big—and it is continuing to grow. You've got your ducks in a row when it comes to how your visitors will be treated [the value they will receive from you], so now we can branch out and grow even more.

How? Social media channels, utilizing Facebook ads, affiliate programs, and influencer campaigns—just to name a few.

If you've been spending money on marketing and advertising and not seeing a return, let's back up and see if we need to spruce things up at “your home.”

It's easy to know how awesome your product(s) or service is as the creator. [If you don't believe in it, you must rethink why you are in business.] But the consumer? He/she may need some convincing. Or definitely an explanation.

I will help you see what you don't know about your own site. I'll help you identify where your potential customers may get stuck and why they may be clicking away from your site. I'll also help you devise a plan to have them stick around longer, choose to subscribe, engage with you via email [AKA opening and clicking through your emails], and begin to buy. 

Ready to work together? Let's do it.