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What are your website goals and objectives?

The most important part of defining any marketing strategy is knowing where you are going and why. This applies in web strategy, just as it does in direct mailing strategies, advertising campaigns and all forms of marketing disciplines. On the web, planning the goal of a website so that it is measurable in terms of solid, factual, useful statistics, is the first step in successfully planning a web marketing campaign.

We focus on why your business wants to go online before we do anything else. If you don't have clear objectives sure we could put you a glitzy new website online but what would be the point?

Some sample measurable objectives

  • 4000 visits per day.
  • 50 downloads per week of my brochure.
  • 10 sales enquires per week.
Have you thought long enough and hard enough about the goals and objectives of your website?

If you don't know where you're going
it doesn't matter which direction you take.

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