How best to do a thorough website audit. From design through to coding through to accessibility, architecture, content, SEO etc.. !
Content marketing is one of the best strategies that has been used for some time now but many opportunities are being missed in terms of using valuable content inside of a strategic sales funnel, which is needed as the market continues to change. This infographic will show you how to organise an effective content marketing sales funnel strategy in order to capture lost leads and sales.
Content marketing is one of the top strategies that has been used for some time now, which helps businesses reach a bigger audience and drive more organic traffic to their websites. There are a lot of marketers that are now implementing an increasing amount of custom content. But not all are harnessing this content into a strategic sales funnel, which is imperative as the global market dynamics continue to change.
In order to reach your intended audience and give them the right content at the right time, you need to be able to do so in as many effective ways as possible and put processes in place that not only give them what they need, but enable them to become aware of what you do and how it will help them.
Once you’ve given a lot of value throughout each stage of the sales funnel and your prospects are now willing to pay for you products or service you can then start steering them towards making a purchase.
Perhaps you’ve already started showing your expertise and letting your audience know who you are, what you do and how you can help them via such methods as blogging and being active on social media, you may even have a newsletter and do a bit of advertising.
Infographic talks about the maintenance and support of WordPress to make your site more effective and competitive. From security through to performance this infographic shows our own in house processes at Newt Labs so you can replicate or have us do it for you so you can focus on what you do best.
Maintaining WordPress websites can be tricky, you can manage them in house but even then there will most likely come a time when you will need some help. You may have questions, need advice or somethings broke and you’re not sure how to fix it.
Wouldn’t it be nice knowing that you have someone who you can turn to whatever you need, whether it be for something simple or for when you’re in a disaster situation.
Many people soon realise that they need WordPress support services when they get hacked or when something breaks or when they’ve had enough with their site talking too long to load.
People often don’t tend to take a proactive approach with their website until something bad happens, which causes damage to the websites reputation, trust or bottom line, however it is always better late than never.
You may be a website owner who needs to focus on your business or a website manager who needs to focus on building great content.
Perhaps you’re a web developer who only has time to work on new projects or you’re an agency that needs to concentrate on bringing in new business.
You may even be a webmaster that looks after a single or many WordPress