So you launch your first website into the public domain, what do you write your first blog about? Your new website of course. 🙂
Being self employed I found that the work I was completing got me through the month and I was able to pay the bills. The work was purely through recommendations from existing clients or close friends and family. That’s great, but if you are working then you are not prospecting for new work. I was more happy to be busy and working than anything else. Well now I have to find the time to find new prospective clients.
So here it is, my first web design for my business. I love it. It’s simple and clean cut. It says what it does, or what I do, on the tin. No bullsh*t, no rubbish, just honest down to earth truth, who I am and what I do. If you don’t like it, then there are plenty of other options out there available for you. And, I’m guessing here now, if you don’t like the site, then surely you won’t be reading this blog, my first blog.
Clean is a word I like to use. The sites I build have no rough edges or pages with dodgy layouts. That’s one of the big differences between me and some of the other web designers out there. I often speak to my clients and I get told they hear good feedback from their customers on how good the website is, and that it was one of the primary decisions in calling them in the first place. Phew, glad I am doing something right.
Tony started to work with us in June 2017 as our old website was tired and not producing any meaningful results. We explained our business model, product portfolio and target clients to him. He then gave us an in depth action plan and strategy to start to work on, this included our home page and individual web pages for product types and market sectors. We worked together on blog titles and his advice on how to write quality blogs and cornerstone articles has been invaluable. His advice on keywords and google ad words and google campaigns and social media campaigns has also been exceptional.
Nigel – ACC Flooring