Why Aren’t I Getting More Clients From My Website?
Got a website but the phone’s still not ringing?
All the web traffic in the world won’t matter if your site is missing this one critical element . . .
It’s the key that gets your visitor (aka your potential client) to give you their name and email – so you can continue building a relationship with them even if they never visit your site again. Think of it as your “Attractively Compelling Temptation” (or ACT).
Join Helen Graves, Grand Poohbah of Crackerjack Marketing & Website Strategy, for a fun and informative session on the hows and whys of creating an ACT that will send your website conversion rate to the moon.
- Whose advice you shouldn’t listen to when creating your free offer
- How to choose a magnetic topic
- Whether an audio or a print offer is best
- 2 critical design elements that will increase sign ups by as much as 300%
- the one thing that, if it’s missing, can “break the deal”
Learn how easy it is to make the most of your website and turn every visitor into a potential client.
Helen Graves’ business and marketing background began as a result of a couple of less-than-successful home-based business attempts, and was honed tableside as a waiter in numerous Sonoma Valley fine dining restaurants.
Determined to cast aside her order pad once and for all and grow a successful business, Helen acquired a self-taught degree in marketing. Her journey navigating the ups and downs of transforming her own company led her to begin specializing in online marketing and business growth programs for other solo professionals.
Intent on showing independent entrepreneurs how to grow their business the easy way, Helen is known for her contrarian way of mixing marketing with fun. Her programs differ from conventional marketing wisdom in that she believes success will come as a result of being your true self, rather than from following a proscribed set of rules. “Your business can only grow as fast and as far as you do. The beliefs, actions and thinking that support your current level of business are not the ones that will support growth.”