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If you are in the process of designing and building a new website for yourself or your business, do you know how to build it so that it’s successful? It’s a known fact that your business needs a website. Your clients expect it because traditional advertising such as newspaper listings or even the yellow pages isn’t as effective as it once was.

But this doesn’t just mean any type of website – a successful website. A website that is not generating any leads or sales is worthless. A website that generates leads and sales to help you reach your business goals is worth gold and can be a valuable income generating machine.

How do you start building a website that works? Start by looking at all the problems that your business is facing and build your website around them with solid strategies. Here’s a couple of tips to get you started.

Building a successful website

  • Experience: If you don’t have any experience with building a website or digital marketing, the best way to start is by doing some research online. Look at what your competitors are doing and if they are successful online. You can learn a lot just by looking at their website and then finding new ideas on what you can implement on yours.
  • Sales strategy: Your website can be a sales generating machine. Make sure you integrate a clear sales funnel on your website such as the direction you want your visitors to take. Once your visitors arrive on your website, where do you want them to click or browse next? Make this as easy as possible for them.
  • Traffic strategy: It’s one thing building a website, but driving traffic to your new site is also important. The days are gone where you can build it and they will come. Do you want to attract visitors organically through SEO? Or do you want to generate visitors through paid advertising such as PPC? It’s important to decide this as it can affect the layout/design of your website.

Your website can be a business tool. Build it around your business goals and objectives to make sure you get the most out of it.