5 Ways your website is losing customers.Jamshed Khan
If you’re running a small business, your website should be a major contributor to your overall success. All to often, business owners miss this mark completely. They think it’s enough just to have a website at all. Something
prospects can come to “check them out.”
Well I’m here to tell you: You can do much, much better than that. Your business’ website should not exist as a digital brochure, simply conveying information. It should draw prospects in, and be persuasive enough to entice a sale, or at least generate a hot lead.
Take a look at the infographic by the team Media Outreach Network, to see exactly where your site may be going wrong,
along with actionable tips on how you can improve. After you make the necessary changes, your website should not only
make you look extremely credible, but will go a long way toward helping you achieve your ultimate business goals by
bringing in more customers.
So ask some of your current or former customers if they wouldn’t mind leaving you a nice review. Be sure to add their photo next to it for added credibility, and even consider video testimonials.
There you have it. Five of the biggest pitfalls business websites fall prey to, and five ways around them. If you follow this advice, you will be in a much better spot to properly entice your site visitors to become actual customers for your business.