You’ve probably woken up to the fact that your website can, and should, be your most rewarding investment. Indeed up to 80% of prospects will check out your website to learn more about your business before deciding whether they want to do business with you.
It’s probably already happened to you before. You’re sitting in your living room, grateful for the weekend rest and relishing the chance at some much needed relaxation, when you hear your phone ping in your pocket.
It’s always been usual practice to emphasize more of your SEO resources towards generating organic traffic for your website, instead of paid traffic. It made sense since organic search links were attracting 70% of the clicks.
Every web developer worth his salt knows that a web development project might entail more pitfalls than are apparent at the beginning. Whether it’s during the development process or the during the crucial maintenance period afterwards, you never know when there might be a hiccup.
What’s the biggest fear in the world? No, it’s not the fear of snakes, neither is it the fear of spiders. It’s not even the fear of spider-snakes—if such a thing actually exists. The biggest fear in the world is much worse. It is the fear of separation from your mobile phone!
We get it. Really, we do! Your project means the world to you, and your website is an important part of that.
You’ve spent countless hours, sleepless nights, and so many dollars up to that point that you’ve lost count. How does anybody, expect you to just completely entrust it to the care of somebody whose existence you had no idea of a mere few hours ago?