19 Dec 2014

What Is Wrong With My Website?

Are you one of those business owners that spent all that money years ago getting a website set up because you were told that it was the best way to promote and market your business and since then, it seems like this same website has been of no help to your business at all?

How long ago was it that you had this website built?

5 years ago?

10 years ago?

Perhaps there lies the problem - the internet and the way people interact with it has changed so rapidly that even if it was built a couple of years ago your website may now be "out of date".

So what are you supposed to do?

If you're like most business owners out there - working all day every day providing quality services to your clients - the thought of learning about how to create an effective website and how to then promote your business via this website is of no interest to you at all.

This is how you feel, but at the same time you know - deep, deep down - that if you don't start promoting your business more effectively online your competitors are going to end up with all your customers.

Well, here at BookPals we promised you that we would provide you with the hints, tips and resources you need to help drive your business forward - and this is why on today's episode of BookPals Business Sanity you get to meet Dan Norris of wpcurve.com.

Dan provides you with an insight into ways you can promote your business more effectively online and best of all, Dan is in that real "sweet spot" age wise to give you this advice - he is young enough to have grown up with the internet, but old enough so that he has seen a multitude of changes to the internet since it started and can provide you with a clear understanding of why your "old" website probably needs updating to more effectively promote your business.

Dan's no-nonsense discussion on how to effectively market your business online is just what we need to hear as business owners frustrated because our websites will not do want we want them to do, so sit back and thoroughly enjoy this episode of BookPals Business Sanity.

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