Choosing a Web Marketing CompanyNovember 27, 2012
Our guest, Simon Eder, Director of Ooly Booly, provides an interesting article on the consumers guide to Web Development.
Why? Because you’re bombarded with misleading advertising, conflicting and confusing claims and simply bad information.
The most expensive information is bad information – John Carlton (Famous Copy Writer)
From super-low prices, geeks speaking Latin, high-pressure sales to websites that don’t produce results. How can you ever find a competent ‘results based’ web design company that understands marketing and return on investment?
Running a business is hard enough without getting ripped off. Marketing your business is without a doubt one of the most important activities you can do as an owner because it does not matter how good your product or message is, if no one knows about it you are doomed to working for someone else.
I speak to business owners every day just like you that have tales of how they spent a fortune on ‘Marketing’ and had zero extra business from it. There are is no shortage of people ready to take your money with no promise of results.
You can start by educating yourself by reading this consumer guide. In this book, you will discover:
Purpose and Intention of this Guide.
What makes a project successful?
Most Common Costly Misconceptions About Web Marketing.
Dirty Tricks web marketing companies play
Deadly secrets about the web marketing industry.
Dangers of making the wrong choice in website marketing.
Why you want a Google friendly, measured, results driven web marketing solution that pays for itself
Steps to a web solution that pays for itself.
I am passionate that you get the most effective web marketing solution, built properly for the best possible price. Now armed with this information, you can make an educated choice about where to put your hard earned money and get the best results for your marketing budget.
Results Based Marketing
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