A medical data and image management SaaS company. Empowering leading healthcare providers such as Stanford Children’s Health, Memorial Hermann, Jefferson Radiology and CareWell Urgent Care.
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“I’ve worked with a lot of designers over my corporate career and in my experience finding someone whose skill is matched by their work ethic and client service is rare.”
– TERESA MITROVIC
Designing and building a website for your business are only half the battle. Websites are never a static marketing element with endless opportunities to test, tweak and optimize.
If you want to improve your website, grow your audience and increase sales, you need to start focusing on Conversion Rate Optimization. What is Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO)? Conversion rate optimization are a set of practices that focus on turning website visitors into customers.
I will always be an advocate, that the best way to improve your website's SEO - is to blog and share content that is relevant to your site's content. The best recipe is long (keyword rich) content + patience. But that's the long term mindset. What can we be doing TODAY that will help our SEO?
When launching a website, I like to tell clients that 80% of the work happens before we even get started with the actual design & setup of the website. That's because every decision that's made during the design process often comes back to those plans and decisions we made at the very beginning.
There is a myth that motivation is easily accessible. That it can flow easily from a tap if you can simply force yourself to turn it on. When we first start a project, it feels so easy...so simple to make a plan to achieve our goal but than so hard to actually do the work. I like to call it procrastiplanning... I'll spend HOURS strategizing, researching and coming up with ideas, when all I really need to be doing is the execution part.
Today, we're doing a little something different. Several of you have asked how I got into freelancing and since we're coming up on the 4 year mark (!!!), I thought it would be a good time to look back and share some of the ups and downs.
Recently, I've been getting questions about marketing, specifically - what to do when there are so many things you "should" be doing - it can be overwhelming! Marketing can mean a lot of different things, plus, everyone has an opinion of what qualifies as "strategic marketing" based off of their own experiences, successes and failures. It's no wonder us creative folks would rather procrastinate by redesigning our website or get lost scrolling through Instagram.
Achieving maximum productivity is a constant cycle.
- Analyzing your current habits
- Cutting items out
- Batching tasks together
- Prioritizing the tasks that are going to take you to the next level.
Rinse + Repeat
These days, there’s one MAJOR priority on every blogger’s todo list → Focus on growing your email list.
It's a great way to grow your community, have a reliable spot to communicate with your audience (social media can be unpredictable). Not to mention, making sales from your email list has been proven very effective.
According to a recent study, the #1 struggle facing bloggers is growing their audience.
Now - I’m no Pat Flynn, but I have managed to accumulate a combined social following of 20,000+ folks and make a full time living off of my creative business for the past several years.
So today, I’m sharing 5 simple strategies that you can take to grow your blog audience.