How To Get More Customers Through Your Website

So you spent hours and hours carefully crafting your website. Your friends and clients tell you it looks great.

The only problem is that no one is filling out the form on your website to get in touch with you.

What the hell is going on?

It could be a few things, but the most common are pretty simple to figure out… If you know what to look for.

Find out why and how you need to optimize your site to ensure you have a sustainable business that can last into the future!

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • Why you need to fix bottleneck on your website
  • What momentum will do for your online success
  • How tracking your website stats can 10x your results
  • What you need to pay attention to on your website stats
  • Why you need to address problems before your income declines
  • How to understand the mind of a musician
  • What a slow site shows potential customers
  • What questions potential leads will need answers for
  • Why you need to target the right people
  • Why capturing contact info is one of the most important things

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“You have to be empathetic and understand what it feels like to be a potential customer, or you’ll never convince them to hire you.” – Chris Graham

“At the end of the day, people come to your site with a specific purpose in mind. They’re trying to figure out . . . ‘am I at the right place or not?’” – Brian Hood

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