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Smart Websites

Did you know that 83% of people surveyed by Online Marketing Institute said they sometimes leave a website because it takes too many clicks to find what they want? And, according to Online Marketing Coach and Small Business Trends, 70% of business websites don’t ask site visitors to take any action, like calling for a free quote or filling out an email contact form (also called a “call to action”)?

Common website mistakes like these often keep business websites from reaching their full potential and miss the goal of getting businesses the new customers they want. In fact, mistakes like cluttered messaging, poor design, or an unclear call to action, can result in fewer people finding your site, fewer conversions from site visitors, and, ultimately, lost potential customers.

In our newest ebook, Try This, Not That: 10 Website Mistakes & How to Avoid Them, you’ll see 10 common website mistakes that businesses make. You’ll also see the solutions to these mistakes along with before-and-after website makeovers from actual ReachLocal clients using the ReachEdge system, which combines a smart website and lead management to help clients turn more visitors into customers.

The good news is these mistakes are easy to overcome. Download our ebook now to see if you’re making any of these mistakes and how to fix them so you can stop leaking leads from your website.

 

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Amy Neeley

Amy enjoys helping small- and medium-size businesses (SMBs) navigate the online marketing world with tips, trends, and best practices they can use. She has written for Fortune 100 companies, non-profits, and SMBs, and her articles have been featured on sites like Yahoo! Small Business Advisor, MarketingProfs.com, and other industry publications. Amy can often be found walking her dogs, Lola and Marlo, and keeping up with the news via Twitter.

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