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Wanted – Small Businesses with Website Woes

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Do family and friends praise your website, but the numbers show that it isn’t performing well?  I can confidently say that you’re not the only one in this situation.

Of the hundreds of small businesses that I’ve counseled, each case is confidential, but when I know there are at least a dozen businesses with the exact same issue, I think a little transparency would go a long way.

For example, I’d like to take posts such as “Ego’s Role in Business Websites” and “Beginning with the Finishing Touches” and make them less vague.  The idea being that if I could give specifics  then the cases would become real-world, working solutions rather than theory.  especially if someone would like to go long-term and report back on what’s been working or not.

So, if you, or someone you know is wondering why a website and other online presence practices might be coming up short, please let me know in the comments field below or the contact form. Please include anything you have specific questions about so that I can include the answer when I reply.

Don’t worry, I will email you before I begin my critique and if I don’t get a response, I’ll pick another site and try yours again for a later article.  If you change your mind about the critique or have any reservations just let me know.  I’ll be happy to take you out of the queue.

Written by Karlie

January 25th, 2011 at 11:08 am

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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Joe Brockmeier and Karlie Robinson, Julie Miller. Julie Miller said: RT @webpath: Know anybody who needs help with a website? I'm still looking for #SmallBiz who could use a little help http://bit.ly/fHUrN4 […]

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