A few months ago I was bored and mad at some of my web design customers.
That’s all changed . . .
I’m jazzed. I’m excited now.
So what happened?
I was working on this website. Updating it.
Making it work on phones, tablets and desktops.
I’m updating the look too.
But I’m pissed.
The words on this customer’s website made me cringe.
I said to myself, “Do they really believe this will make someone call them or contact them?”
I ignore the terrible text. They aren’t paying me to fix the words.
They like the words. They’re proud of them.
I’m just getting the work done. Just doing what they’re paying me to do. Then I’m moving on to the next project.
No need to stir things up. Get the work done.
In one way I was right.
But I was also very, very wrong …
My mind kept telling me, “They don’t know how much money they’re wasting by ignoring the words.”
Oh well. I’ll just do what they want. Get paid. Move on to the next project.
But I felt like crap working that way.
I didn’t realize I was the problem. Not my customer.
I “assumed” my customer wouldn’t see the “truth” about their website.
So I didn’t tell them what really needed fixing. I “assumed” they couldn’t afford it.
I was like Jack Nicholson telling Tom Cruise: “You can’t handle the truth!”
And I was miserable. I wasn’t giving my customer enough credit.
Shame on me….
Now it’s time to share “the truth.”
My eyes are open.
I’ve written the first chapter of a book on how to build successful websites. And I’m sharing it with you before anyone else.
I want you to know the truth about your website.
In this book I’m sharing secrets I’ve learned from building websites professionally since 1999.
I want you to have great success marketing your business online in the months and years ahead.
If you’re ready for the “the truth,” go here to download the first chapter ›