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Why Web Builds Suck

 

(...and how to avoid getting trapped in a web build you hate.)

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Big cost, no results

A web build can cost tens of thousands of dollars, and result in a static set of pages that return nothing from your investment.

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Focus on the "pretty"

Most web design firms are so focused on the features and visuals that they forget to make content the most important (and converting) aspect.

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Exhausting process with underwhelming results

Web builds take a lot of time, substantial team effort, and often leave you feeling a little disappointed at the end.

What you were hoping for in your new website

You wanted your website to not only look amazing, but you also want it to bring in more leads and customers...but when you get the new site you aren't sure it will work any better than the old one.

What you need is
real growth

 

The truth is, you need to be propelled toward growth now—in a major way. And, you need to do it with your existing budget and resources.

 

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icon-check You need to launch with a marketing-powered site
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You need an investment that brings growth you can track

 

Your next website redesign

 

The Top 3 Situations to Avoid

From shallow designs with no way to capture leads to complex and costly custom-built websites, there are a lot of ways you can avoid another horrible web build.

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beautifully shallow design

Websites that look amazing, and operate like other market leaders, promise to make you look like a worthy competitor. But, they don't create leads using organic traffic or convert more visitors to customers. Plus, a massive ad budget is still required to gain new visitors.

What does a website designed for growth look like?

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customized WordPress

WordPress has long been an attractive platform to build websites that on the surface seems like a quick and easy web builder download. But, constant updates and open-source technology lead to massive security gaps that require expensive hosting, plus a very long list of additional software plugins and licenses that take time and money to maintain. This approach to custom website design is full of pitfalls and a heavy maintenance cost.

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a brochure website

If the focus of the website is mostly about you and doesn't address the viewpoint of the customer, expensive websites that are built on even the best web platforms can incorporate everything you think you want, but it results in zero new leads. All that expense might not perform better than a self-made website if you have good skills.

Wondering how to escape just another brochure website?

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Your website should never be a sunk cost. Such a large investment has to result in
growth you can track.

 

You need a website that works as hard as you.

How to build a website that delivers

A modern, data-driven approach to web builds will launch a site quickly, painlessly, and with a built-in Buyer's Journey.