Why do I need a website?


    If you're not running an ecommerce website and you do a lot of business through referral or social media platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram then you're probably wondering "why do I need a website"?

    And it's a completely legitimate question. Websites can feel like a big hassle and investment for not much return.

    If you already have had a website for a while and it hasn't brought you a lot of business, then you've probably experienced a lot of frustration with trying to stay across upkeep expenses, cyberthreats, GDPR compliance...

    So in today's SEEN & HEARD episode I'm going to talk about the pros and cons of having a website and the shift in thinking that will be a game changer for your business growth online.

    Relevant links for this show:

    1) Check out my interview with Matthew Woodward on SEO Quick wins here: https://www.laurenkress.com/the-seo-quick-wins-most-entrepreneurs-miss-with-matthew-woodward

    2) If you want to learn about SEO - I've been doing Matthew's free 90 day course which begins with a free mini-course you can sign up to here: https://www.matthewwoodward.co.uk/quick-win-seo/

    3) As I mentioned for my main website I use a referral partner's platform called Moble and for the membership site I'm building presently I use Evolvepreneur which you can find out more about using my affiliate link here: https://evolvepreneur.app/?aff=267

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