Location! Location! Location!
To real estate professionals, those three words represent the most important factors for determining the desirability of a property and the success of a business.
Successful business owners understand the value of location, and they will go to great lengths to find the right storefront. They will analyze demographics, map competitors, consider parking access and exterior lighting, ensure adequate transportation routes, and check a multitude of other factors before renting or buying a piece of commercial real estate.
Unfortunately, many business owners do not have the same discipline in building a website. Instead, many companies slap a few Web pages together and expect business to start flowing.
You wouldn't build your business in the middle of the woods and expect business to flow, right? So unless you're a lumberjack, it will take a lot more than a website to generate new leads and sales for your business.
For your website to deliver a return on investment, you need an integrated Internet-marketing strategy designed to attract visitors, convert them into leads or sales, and nurture and retain those new leads and customers.