Creating a Marketing Focused Website that Sells - Putting all of...
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Putting all of these pieces together, much like a puzzle, allows you to present a complete picture of who you are, what you do, and how you can meet the needs of your visitors. While your website can and will function without any one of these pieces, there will always be "something" missing, and that something just might be what some visitors need to push them into that final decision to purchase. A complete website, with all the pieces in place is a much more effective website through and through.
About the Author:
Stoney deGeyter is president of Pole Position Marketing (www.PolePositionMarketing.com), a professional search engine marketing firm providing search engine optimization (SEO) and website marketing services since 1998. Stoney is also a part-time instructor at Truckee Meadows Community College, as well as a moderator in the Small Business Ideas Forum. He also contributes daily to the (EMP) E-Marketing Performance (www.eMarketingPerformance.com) search marketing blog as well as the author of his E-Marketing Performance eBook.
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