Getting Started has Some Requirements
Before we get started, let’s be sure you’re ready
Clearly Defined Goals.
You need to be able to state your goals clearly to keep them in mind while you’re immersed in the details. Clearly defined goals give you a way to tell when you’ve completed your milestones. If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll have no idea you’ve arrived if and when you get there.
If you don’t have clear goals, you must be prepared to work with us to define them before we get started.
Passion is the fuel that keeps you moving forward when it seems like the odds are against you! Building an online audience takes time, perseverance, and creative engagement!
Whether you have weekly specials, or a blog, or a newsletter, or any combination of those, you want to have your audience think of you often and make your website the go-to place to fulfill their needs!
If you really want to grow your website, you’ll need be able to invest some cash.
Your website is an investment that should give you many years of returns. You don’t want to cut corners.
You won’t need to re-mortgage your house, but you are going to need to treat this as an investment and if you do everything we tell you, you should expect a positive return.
You need to have a clear idea of who your audience is, how to reach them, what appeals to them, and how to keep them engaged!
If you don’t have an audience, you’ll need to build one.
You can use blogging, podcasting, interviews, white papers, presentations, speaking and education, and even useful additions to your website as tools to reach them and keep them coming back.
I don’t enjoy watching my clients meltdown so if you don’t have a team (or you’re not prepared to build one) you’ll have a big job convincing me to take your project on.
It could be as simple as a virtual assistant to help out a few hours a week or a fully-fledged content production team, either way you’re going to need help.
If we work together we will demand your undivided attention. If you aren’t able to respond to us within a reasonable time period, we’ll stop all work and bill you for time spent.
If that doesn’t frighten you, then we just might be right for each other.