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There’s so much to do when you’re running your own business.
You need to fulfil client expectations. You need to find new clients. And you need to create new products and services for your existing clients.
I know how it is – you’ve got a business to run and you don’t have time to learn how to do all the behind the scenes technical stuff for your website.
Getting the right people to your site is hard enough. And making a sale to first time visitors is nearly impossible. So you need a way to build a relationship with your visitors and keep them coming back to your site until they are ready to buy from you.
If you’ve reached a point in your business where you don’t have the time to service more clients or you’ve reached a cap on your income and can’t raise your prices anymore, it may be time to look at different options for reaching and helping more people (& of course make more money – it’s part of the reason you’re in business after all).
This is a really common question I see from people wanting to create their own website.
They want to know which platform will be easier for them to use and it’s a really great question to ask.
Here is the slide deck from my presentation at WordCamp Minneapolis on Saturday 26th April 2014.