Website conversions rely on a multitude of factors. Visitors can arrive on your website from a number of referral sources, ppc campaigns or organic SEO strategies. The hard part is getting them to convert. At the same time, the content within your about page plays a big role in your ability to persuade.
In order to find satisfaction in life, you must allocate your purpose. But, if it doesn’t include passion, then you’ll never be able to deliver on a promise. In other words, you can’t promise squat without being passionate about your purpose. Brady Vilhauer has been studying why stories for a while now and I was excited to chat with him about this. It’s so much easier to persevere at life when you’re focused on the unique value you bring to the marketplace.
Since anyone can develop a website today, it’s important that businesses are able to differentiate themselves in the marketplace. With that being said, I want to show you how to write an about page that’ll drastically improve your on-site conversion rates. Without a clear about section, you’re missing out on a big opportunity to persuade your visitors.
When it comes to website conversion rates, your about page plays a significant role. Consumers, especially in competitive markets, want to find a brand that’ll deliver on their promises. This begins with your ability to communicate as a credible option.
When it comes to understanding the way you’re perceived by the people you value the most, you have to consider your identity. Too often we conform to fit in or be accepted, when in reality opportunity lies in our ability to stand firm in who we are and where we provide the most value. Instead of seeking attention for something you think suits you best, think about ways you can develop authority by simply being genuine.
Every week, I come up with a new way to explain how you can use your brand identity to improve your marketing. No one has time for being basic and it’s time for you to stand out amongst competition and be memorable!
Many people believe search engine optimization is simple keyword choreography. In reality, it’s much more than that. Learning how to understand the search itself – customers behaviors, emotions, values and intentions – allows you to execute organic strategies that work. But most importantly, methods that are purposeful and make sense. Let me tell you a little bit about my story..
Marketing for the construction industry isn’t as complicated as most think. In today’s age, the promotional industry is filled with fluff and agencies telling businesses what they need to do. But in reality, companies simply need to focus on who they are, what they really can do, and who they serve best. In this article, I discuss some of the best ways to construct an effective strategy by highlighting authentic value and purpose. I’m not here to garner likes and shares on social media – I’m here to drive recognition and loyalty.
In this PreFocus webinar, I hammer down on my process for branding and positioning in order to inspire you to promote efficiently. In order to garner emotional and intuitive intrigue, a brand must harness who they are, how they serve and who they serve best.
Creating killer videos that showcase your culture and value can drastically improve the way consumers perceive and recognize your brand. But, producing a video just to have one doesn’t necessarily mean it’s worth your while. In this article, I discuss a few ways to enhance the purpose of your video content while maximizing the corresponding reach.
Blogging is a great way for businesses or professional brands to gain exposure by sharing knowledge, information or insight. Not only does blog content enhance on page SEO, but it’s a great way to nurture potential customers and develop trust. But, if you’re not maximizing blog posts with a strategy, then you just might be wasting your time. Here’s a great way to make the most of every post.
Launching a brand for the first time may seem like an easy process. People seem to think if you browse Google, you can find endless direction and tons of strategies to help you reach the pinnacle of success. But it doesn’t mean you’ll succeed. You can find some general framework, but branding and differentiating your value is what creates sustainability. This is where the well can run dry for most entrepreneurs.. Let me explain.
When it comes to the home service industry, there are a plethora of companies targeting a market share. In Arizona, pool service and landscaping companies are constantly competing for homeowner’s attention. Although most win with price, I have a valuable solution.
Since content marketing went into full swing around 2011, marketers and agencies have been pushing out blog strategies left and right. From my experience in the industry, many ideas are derived from their client’s direct competitors. Although this isn’t always the case (depending on how much money a client invests), I wanted to talk about this initiative and how it can eventually damage brand loyalty.
Hiring a consultant to help you establish and grow your brand may seem like a shot in the dark – but working with an experienced professional that cares about your brand’s success can be a game changer. Let’s take a look at some of the ways we supply you with value from a consultant standpoint.
Brand development is a lot more extensive than many companies believe. It needs to be more than design cohesion and a sleek logo. In this article, Jordan discusses some of the key elements of generating a brand identity in order to drive the recognition, value and differentiation of your business.
In an age where almost every type of entity is online, public information is becoming more and more valuable. Not only are consumers looking for brands that have their best interest in mind, but those they feel they can relate to on a personal level. This is why I’ve decided to hone in on the authenticity of small businesses – in attempt to help them stand out through original differentiation.
There are a number of definitions pertaining to the process of branding online. Unfortunately, many of them don’t truly encompass the depth of the branding process. So, in order to wrap our heads around this though starting epidemic, Jack Heald and Jordan Trask wanted to uncover their perspective on branding by defining brand identification in their own terminology.
Consultation services have been known to have an expensive stigma surrounding them. Although I can understand why, it’s important that to point out the benefits of cost effective development. I started my company due to the disconnect between marketers, agencies, and contractors and their clients – and my only focus is to help save companies money while making them more of it.
Establishing our credibility after venturing off from traditional forms of branding has been rough – but it hasn’t detoured our passion for helping small businesses and corporations return their focus to the power of originality. Mainly, we wanted to expand on the importance of brand loyalty and how everything a company does should surround this need.
Happy Monday everybody, Jordan Trask here of PreFocus – and that’s exactly what I help you do, prefocus before spending any money on your brand.. Now, I wanted to start this week off right as I’ve taken a little bit of time off from my podcast. I’ve been meeting with some really insightful people that take branding to another level.
Developing a brand is more than executing an agenda that heightens awareness. It’s about the culture you create and attract people to. Companies that have spent a majority of their time assessing “what’s in it for me” have more than likely experience loyalty heartache. Not only does this affect marketing return, but the people within the culture itself.
Promoting your company for the first time can be intimidating for some. For others, it may be a piece of cake as they leverage other skilled people to execute a plan they’ve been told is best. Still, there’s plenty of brands that don’t perform admirably. So how can small business owners and start ups avoid the headaches that come with hitting the reset button? Although there are plenty of factors to consider, here are my top 5 things to consider before marketing a brand.