If you have spent your hard-earned money and time getting people to your website, only to check your inbox every day to find no new orders…
If you are feeling frustrated, fed up, and at a loss as to how to get your website to convince your potential customers to buy… then this message is just for you.
There’s a way your website can easily convert readers into customers…
In fact, while you’re busy doing the stuff you’re passionate about (like serving your customers), your website can be working 24/7 to get you sales.
Failing websites may get traffic, but if they find your web page confusing, these visitors will likely click the back button quicker than you can say. “I’m really good me, honest!”
Contrast a website that is working for you – where the reader will quickly realise that you have the perfect solution to their problem.
Which ultimately means they are happily going to hand over their money in exchange for the service that you offer.
That means you get increased customers, increased sales, and a big fat juicier bank balance!
And you need to realise, there is a cost to not dealing with this
What most people do when their website isn’t delivering – is to plough more money into SEO, Facebook ads, or website design. But for most people, none of that works.
And what happens if you just do nothing? If you just keep doing what you’ve been doing?
You just keep getting more and more despondent, doubting yourself and your product – whilst your wallet slowly empties – and other websites siphon off all your potential customers and convert them into sales.
When you order your Web Page Review you’ll get a screen recording of your’s truly (that’s me!) spending some quality one-to-one time with the pages on your website. I’ll be looking at what works, what doesn’t, and what could be done to improve sales.
You can watch that recording again and again – to make the appropriate changes to your web page. To turn it into a super-engaging high-converting sales-machine!
It’d basically your’s truly sitting down and devoting some time to your website. That means I’ll check your copy to see if it’s on point, persuasive and clear. And that it leads through to an attractive call to action. I’ll also give you a sense of whether the overall look and structure of the site is working towards the outcome you desire.
It’s the difference between a website that converts traffic and does not. Have a think – how much would you gain per year, if you converted just one extra customer per week.
Sure you can. But it’s notoriously difficult to audit your own copy (it’s too close to home). Plus there are some general rules as to how to make your writing more effective in terms of sales which you may or may not know.
It’s not a rewrite. That’s a way more time-intensive project. But it will give you a sense of how effective your website is, and what needs to change. Some people do opt for a rewrite instead, or as a solution to what is found in the audit.
You’ll get to see your website with fresh eyes, know what is working and what isn’t and get some ideas on how it could improve. This will likely lead to increased sales down the line.
You don’t need a copywriter to do this but it can definitely help. Most graphic designers lack this area of expertise which is why their brand new funky websites still fail on delivering the required outcome.
You have a choice to make: Do what you’ve been doing (or worse, do nothing at all). You know where that will lead. Is that really where you want to go?
Or take a new action, and get a new result. Finally getting to understand why your website is not producing sales and getting an idea of what you need to do to fix it.
The choice is yours…
But if you do want to gain some understanding of what’s stopping those readers from happily giving you their money to solve their problems, get in touch by filling in the form below…
Simply fill in the form below and I’ll get back to you within 2 business days to arrange to have a chat. It’ll be a no-pressure getting-our-heads-together to see how this could benefit you.
I’ll get back to you just as soon as I can. Which means sometime in the next 48 hours excluding bank holidays and weekends.