Did you know that a good website can be:
Beautiful or ugly?
Expensive or free?
New or old?
Then what makes a website “good?”
A good website has a purpose and you should be able to measure if it is accomplishing its purpose. For example, let’s say you’re a motivational speaker who has a gorgeous website so that you can stay booked for speaking engagements. But your website has only brought you one lead in the entire year. You have a bad website.
If your website doesn’t have a purpose and you just have one because everyone else does, chances are it’s a bad website too.
If you are struggling with your website, answer the following questions to get moving in a purposeful direction.
- What are your goals?
- Who are you helping or serving (target audience)?
- What is their problem?
- How do you solve their problem?
- What do you want them to do when they come to your website?
Nowadays there are wonderful website solutions that will help you create a website in minutes for a few bucks a month. Start there until you get clear about the purpose of your website so that you are not wasting your time and money. A good website is an investment instead of an expense. Your website should make you money or increase your value in some predefined way.
We are happy to help you discover your web goals and develop a clear roadmap to accomplish them. Click the button below to schedule a call so that you can stop feeling confused and be on your way to having a purposeful website that gets results.