The Hyphen Blog
Hacks to improve your work and life.
I decided to learn web development, largely driven by the belief that getting a website built or fixed shouldn’t be a painful process.
If you aren’t specifically asking your visitors to take an action, don’t be disappointed when they don’t.
Focusing on client needs first will position you as an authority in your field, rather than a business person struggling to make a sale. Your needs as a business owner are closely linked to the needs of your clients. When you focus on their needs first, your needs are often met as a result—but that doesn’t work in reverse.
Instead of wasting your time trying to crack the formula (or paying thousands to an “expert” that promises to get you on the front page), focus on making your content relevant, updated, and logically organized.