As we spend more time online working, shopping, or just scrolling through social media, it’s becoming more and more important to make the online world just as accessible as any other public place. Since the internet has become more and more important in our everyday lives, it has actually been argued that it’s a public utility.
If you’ve never had your own website or you’re just starting your business, building a website seems like a daunting task, am I right? You probably have so many questions like “Where do I even start?” or “ What should I build my website on?” or even “What needs to be on my website?”
Having a website is one thing, but is your website performing well? And by that I mean is your website bringing you clients? If you’ve got the traffic flowing to your website but you aren’t getting any leads from that traffic, this post is for you.
Let me hit the pause button on your launch, just for a minute.
Because there’s one page you probably didn’t think about. And this is one you definitely don’t want to forget, because otherwise, you might find yourself in some serious legal trouble.