As a small business owner, you are likely familiar with the phrase “the cobbler’s kids have no shoes,” right? Unfortunately, we are so worried about running our businesses that we forget to focus on building our businesses.
As a business owner today, you can’t afford to let your children go shoeless — especially when it comes to your website. After all, your website is where many people will get their first impression of your business.
Take a look at your website. What does it say about your business? And, is it producing the results you’d like for your business?
Chances are, you know there is room for improvement. But, maybe you don’t know where to start. Or perhaps, you’re afraid your site needs a complete overhaul, but you don’t have the time or money to invest in that.
We’ve been there.
But, what if you were given a roadmap with the directions you need to make your website remarkable? What if you knew that making some simple changes could dramatically enhance your website’s performance?
You would jump at the chance, right?
Well, you’re in luck. We’re excited to announce a new website critique service that does just that.
With this service, we take a critical look at your website and tell you what’s working on the site and where it falls short. We’ll give you detailed feedback about your site that you can implement right away.
Sound good? Check it out here.
Get the Good Stuff – For Free
And because we really want to help people improve their websites this year (and because we love giving away free stuff), we’re going to give one lucky reader of this blog a FREE website critique!
To enter to get the goods, here’s what you need to do:
- Comment on this post and tell us what you want your website to achieve and why you’d like a website critique.
- Share this post on Twitter or Facebook.
The contest will close at midnight on Friday, February 11. We’ll select one winner and notify the person directly and also post the winner’s name in the comments on the blog.
So, take it away! What do you want to get from your website this year? Let us know in the comments!
P.S. Be sure to come back to the blog tomorrow to check out our first public website critique. You don’t want to miss it!Image credit: Moonlightbulb