I know I already mentioned traffic in these series (if you missed previous posts, click here to catch up), but because it’s so crucial, I decided to get back to this topic once again. On a regular basis I meet business owners who are so sure that their business is performing well online (meaning they invested a lot of money to have their website built), just to admit couple minutes later that they have no online sales. Just last week I spoke with more than 15 business owners who don’t even know how many visitors are coming to their site, not to mention the blank look I get once I ask whether they have a prospect list.

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Written by ObjectOriented
754 days ago

New learnings again for this day. Let me apply this.

Thank you for this article, Hope it may helps



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