After working with many small businesses and nonprofit organizations over the years, I’ve seen wonderful websites that could be working harder to make sales, gather qualified leads, and raise awareness for causes. I wanted to help change that.
That’s why I’ve written Website Planning and Design: 25 Proven and Money-Saving Tips, Tricks, and Tools to Create and Improve Your Small Business or Nonprofit Website. Yes, it’s a big title, but it’s also big with information! It’s 50 pages of free advice focused on helping you get the most out of your website. If you’re going to pay to have a website created for you, you deserve to have it perform at its best for you!
In Website Planning and Design, you’ll be guided through thinking about your website’s potential and laying the groundwork before you create or redesign your website. For example, you’ll see how you can select just the right keywords and phrases for your site as well as learn how to scope out what the competition is doing well…and not.
This PDF ebook will also help you as you build your website, giving you questions to ask your web designer so that your site is prepared to compete. Did you know that there are ways to increase accessibility to your website for differently-abled persons or that there are right and wrong ways to use the keywords and phrases you’ve selected? You’ll learn it all here.
Finally, after your great new website is launched, there’s even more advice on what you can do to keep your website functioning at peak performance and to attract more visitors. Learn just how you can get more high quality websites to link to yours and how to prepare for mobile devices.
All of these tips and tools are available to you for free! When you subscribe to our free monthly newsletter, InSites: Insights about Websites for Small Businesses and Nonprofits, you’ll get a free copy of my Website Planning and Design ebook. It’s really a great deal!
Why do I give away my ebook for free? That’s simple. I am in business to help other small businesses and nonprofits succeed. Your website is a part of your success. So when you talk to your web designer, whether you’re working with me or someone else, you’ll be prepared to ask for just the right website for you.