Warning: This post is a recommendation for a web design business and offer from a colleague. His offer and work is so good that I want to make it available to as many people as possible. If you are offended by blatant business promotion on blogs, do not read any further. — Denise
As an Internet Marketer, my firm belief is that you have to have as many poles in the fishing pond as you can in order to attract prospects and convert them to clients.
Blogs and websites offer different advantages.
By its very nature, a website tends to be more static and offers you a place on the World Wide Web where prospects can learn about your company, about you and about your products and services. A website is the best vehicle for setting up the sales pages for your products. Websites tend to be updated less frequently than blogs and are more "formal" if you can use that term when compared to a blog that is inherently more informal.
I have a simple website at http://www.nextlevelpartnership.com where I outline what I can provide prospective clients and they can subscribe to get my free biz tips. I have 3 blogs prospects can visit and learn about who I am, get up to the minute marketing tips and participate with me in a dialogue if they choose. Both the website and the blogs are important tools in my marketing toolbox.
So, to the point of this message. One of my colleagues, Marc Beneteau of Bestcommercetools.com, has made an offer to my network that is such a good deal, I wanted to let you know immediately.
The first offer is a really low price to build your web site – with features you won’t get for triple the money.
The second offer is just for my network, and is really quite surprising.
Even if you’re not planning your site for another 6 months, I recommend you jump on this offer now.
***Build Your Web-Site for a Ridiculous Price***
Marc is offering a Small Business Web Site Package for my network including:
– unlimited web pages
– 15 hours of design time
– voice greeting
– shopping cart
– newsletter capability
– unlimited mailing lists
for only $299!
I’ve taken a good look at his offer and I think it’s pretty unbeatable. I’m very picky about websites and I’ve thoroughly checked out the sites Marc’s company has created and I must say I’m impressed with the quality of design and features he offers.
You could normally expect to pay $600 to $1,500 for this. If you want to get an idea of the quality you can expect, take a look at some of these websites:
You can also read the raving testimonials on their website, as well as why and how they can offer this unbeatable web design package.