Are these mistakes causing you to lose website visitors and money?
7 mistakes that can seriously derail your website, costing you lost customers and income. What they are and how to fix them.
The big “Why”
Today, if you aren’t online, you don’t exist. Because that’s where people go to check us out and determine if we are for real.
Yet there are over 1 BILLION websites. And at least 3.5 BILLION internet users. Fortunately, you don’t have to reach ALL of them. Just those who want and will use your services or products or who share your cause.
There are many ways to get your message online, but only one that lets you fully control it and OWN it: a website. Your website that is the hub for all your online activity.
I deliver results that I’m proud of, that my clients are proud of and that work for them. True success is shared success.
To that end, I don’t just build a website (or create a design) — I review your business model and strategy. If needed, we’ll clarify them together. Then I provide a solution that will work well throughout its lifetime. It’s all about a relationship that goes beyond the initial project. Because getting you connected with your tribe is what I do.
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The Drug Store
Family owned community pharmacy committed to awesome customer service with staff that truly cares.
The Unity Games
Connecting youth on Staten Island and in the other New York boroughs through basketball to bridge ethnic and religious differences, building friendships since 2003.
Our old website hadn’t been updated in a long time. But the biggest problem was that the online prescription refill function wasn’t reliable. So orders got lost and customers were upset. It cost us real money every day!
Claes created a temporary website with a new process for online prescription refills that worked perfectly. We weren’t losing money and customers any longer.
Then he worked with us to design a new website that shows off our pharmacy at its best and is helping bring in new customers. As a result, we have seen our online prescription refills triple!
Phillip and Holly Judd
owners of The Drug Store
Our first website was fine, but our web master was a disaster.
By 2012, we asked Claes to help us. The entire process was so much easier and more effective. We were able to give our input on the design and he really responded to our thoughts. He also was able to fully integrate our website with Salesforce.
In 2016, we decided we wanted a new look to attract not just kids, but donors and sponsors. Claes completely revamped the site, giving it a fresh new look that was also mobile friendly! The response to the site from everyone has been overwhelmingly positive. This year Claes has done even more to streamline our workflow, updating our application forms with e-signatures so that we can go paperless!
Director of Communications of The Unity Games
Aim for progress, not perfection
Perfect is good, right? Sure seems good when we strive to deliver the best product or service we can. We want to be a market leader. So, we aim for perfection! And maybe we miss the boat in the process!
You only get one body!
We can only neglect and abuse our bodies for so long before we pay for it. And when I say, “pay for it,” I mean in many more ways than just physically or financially.
Can You Sing?
Heroic accounts of survival always capture my attention. Something about the adventure, great peril. Survival against all odds. The hero’s journey. And in many cases, morale plays a big role in story.
Is your website backed up? Are you sure?
I’d worked for a day to build a custom website, while learning coding. It was starting to look the way I wanted it to. Then the internet hiccuped. When I got logged back in, my pretty website wasn’t there. Gone. Because … no backup!
4 keys to making the most of your time
168. 7×24. The number of hours in a week. We all have the same number of them. More or less. Because some of us are always behind and some seem to have time left over…
Is Google marking your website “Not Secure”?
They told us they would do it, a long time ago. And now they are.
Is your website secure?
Would you put your bank account information on a postcard and drop it in the nearest mailbox?