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Search engine optimization (SEO) is an important and integral part of a website’s marketing strategy. You can put hundreds of dollars and hours of work into the creation of a perfect website but without SEO, the odds that your prospective customers find you are slim to none. We know that keyword research and kick-ass content helps in getting your website recognized by search engines but site structure can further enhance SEO, benefitting your brand and your sales. We’re going to take a look at how to create a website structure to enhance on-page SEO and what changes you should make today.
Having an intake form for your business is of the most important things to have on your website to develop a client base. Obtaining any initial information about potential clients before setting up that first phone call is incredibly useful. You can do crucial research tailored to their needs before you even set up a meeting. When you do have that first meeting, you can present them with information that is likely to catch their attention. After all, getting clients can be a tricky task – there are competitors out there that offer the same or similar services as you so staying one step ahead is key. So, we’re going to take you through four steps to build effective intake forms for your clients so you can stay ahead of the competition.
Did you know that having a prospective client fill out an intake form could be the most important and valuable part of your relationship with them? While this may seem far fetched, a well-detailed client intake form is a game-changer in whether or not you move forward with a client. This can all be achieved by crafting a well thought out a prospective client intake form and uploading it to your website. Still don’t believe us? Let’s look at what a prospective client intake form is and why you should be using one.
In this post you’ll learn how to implement a content-first approach to web design. You’ll also learn how to sell it to your clients
Is your client’s information all over the place? Do you feel like you’re constantly about to blow a deadline because you simply don’t know where anything is? You know your client told you an important piece of information but you have no idea where you put it. Could it be in an email? Written down somewhere on an actual piece of paper? On an Excel sheet?
Keeping track of all the details and information you receive as a business can be tough. After all, there are so many communication channels out there. Odds are you’re writing emails, making phone calls, having in-person meetings, and more. So, what is the solution to all of this? Get organized – and that starts with an efficient client information form.
Content Snare is part of Aktura Technology, a web app and SaaS development company. Web designers work with us to expand their capabilities. If clients ever approach you to build something that you can’t quite handle in-house, drop us a line.