What Your Website Can Do


Americans Spend Between $1,500 and $8,000 Online Each Year

Estimates suggest that the average American shopper spent around $1,800 online in 2015, but many shop online regularly and spent much more. Every e-mail address and name on your mailing list represents the potential that you can generate income from a portion of that spending. That’s where social media like Facebook and E-campaigns comes in.





Your Website Connects You To The World… Literally

Don’t take it lightly… we live in a time when the world really is at your fingertips. Information, services and every kind of consumer products are available to anyone within seconds. Having a site that makes a good presentation about you and your business isn’t just a good idea, it’s absolutely necessary.




4 out of 5 Online Transactions Happen On A Smartphone

We use our phones to get information for everything these days… and we “buy it when we find it”. That’s how most people will find you.
Your website has to work on mobile devices.




The Average Website Visit Lasts Less Than 30 Seconds

It’s true. Things happen fast these days. We search the Internet for something and we want immediate results. But, if we don’t like the look and feel of a website, we’re gone… and we never go back. Watching your website’s “visitor statistics” can be helpful in making a site more interesting and helpful to every visitor.





So… What To Do?

By rearranging your work week by just a couple of hours, you can turn your website into a resource where your visitors find what they’re looking for and choose your products or services.

  • Keep your information and content current.
  • Use social media like Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram to bring visitors to your site.
  • Send out a regular newsletter inviting visitors to your Blog.

There’s no substitute for reaching out and creating a real network of people interested in what you do and what you have to offer.

It’s not rocket science. Not brain surgery. It’s just a couple of hours each week.
Do these things each week, consistently for 12 months and you’ll have a business that lasts for years.
It works every time.




This is not a technical writing and purposely avoids long technical explanations about how and why things work the way they do. The sole purpose of this article is to assist our clients in their every-day efforts to maintain and grow their online assets.