I presented a session on 3 strategies you need to make your website engaging and to get site visitors to become customers and clients. Most websites are not using these strategies, so it is important to make the changes. Hot Web Ideas can make the changes for you. Just call me at the number above and let’s discuss your needs for getting clients.

In this video, I am presenting at Presti and Naegele in New York City at the Adiran’s Network meeting on Tuesday, January 10th, 2017. For those of you who have not heard of Adrian’s Network, it is a business networking group. Members who have a good standing can present for 15 minutes on any topic. If you attend the event and are not the featured spotlight, then you can introduce yourself with a two-minute elevator speech. The members who have the spotlight can talk about their business for 15 minutes, teach the attendees a related topic, ot speak about another topic. I presernted my strategies how to lead website visirtors to your goal and engage them more effecitvelty. I had an eighteen-minute Powerpoint presentation to present in 13 minutes, but somehow, the video above lasted for 25 minutes and I was able to fit my entire Powerpoint presentation.

In this session, I spoke about three strategies:

  1. your website’s primary and secondary goals
  2. the website visitor
  3. analytics and measurement

These are all important to make your website convert from an online information center to an actual sales machine. I have used these concepts to turn around my clients’ websites, so hopefully, the video will provide you something of value and actually create your company value online.

Author: Bruce Chamoff

Bruce Chamoff has been in the web design and development business since 1995 and has worked on over 1,000 websites since then for businesses of all sizes from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses.

He is a regular speaker at WordCamps (the official WordPress conference) across the United States and teaches over 12 Udemy.com courses on web design and development.

Bruce never stops learning and teaching web development.