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After years of working with customers from all over the world, we have found there are some common characteristics that facilitate the development of a great relationship and our customers successfully growing their businesses and achieving their online goals.
Read below to learn more about what it takes—in other words, our Ideal Customer.
A Customer Who Has Clear Goals
If you don’t know what you want your website to achieve for your business, how will you know if it’s doing its job? How will you know if you are getting a good return on your investment?
If you need help, we will work with you to develop your set of SMART goals.
S – Specific | Have a defined endpoint or target of the website interaction.
M – Measurable | Attach numbers and timelines to the goal.
A – Achievable | Based on existing figures and research, is it achievable?
R – Relevant | Is this website goal in line with the business’ broader goals?
T – Time Limited | The goal must be measurable over a period of time.
A Customer with Passion
Most of our customers are entrepreneurs and are the near definition of passionate, but not always.
Do you have the passion for your business to do what it takes to work with us to bring your vision for your new website to life?
We will bring our passion for your success to the table and expect you to bring yours.
A Customer Who Will Make Time
Conceiving and developing a website that successfully and measurably achieves your goals will require you to dedicate your time to the project too. We are in this together!
Experience has taught us that the most common roadblock to getting the job done is the Customer.
You are busy running your business. We get it. But if we’re going to work together, you’ll need to commit to giving your full energy to the project. This is your business and your investment. It deserves your full attention.
A Customer Who Has a Budget
The reality is that developing a successful website that advances your vision and achieves your online goals today, and in the future, will require spending some money. If you really want to knock one out of the park, you are going to need to treat this as an investment and we’ll do everything possible for you to achieve a positive return on that investment.
Does this sound like you?
If you believe you are ready to take the leap, with us by your side, then contact us about your project.
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