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Internet Marketing: How to Get a Website that Works for Your Business

Nigel T. Packer

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Prose: non-fiction, Sales & marketing

A strategic approach to setting up a website and successfully promoting a business and its products and services on the internet.

Seventy per cent of UK businesses have a website. But 90 per cent of those websites don't fulfil the expectations of their business owners and don't provide the services their customers are seeking.

Nigel T. Packer guides business owners and managers through the maze of getting a successful website. He explains the principles that website owners need to follow to provide the right service to their customers and to maximise sales, they must:

Define the type of website the particular business needs.

Understand what customers want from the website.

Analyse problems and defects in their existing website.

Select the correct keywords to target profitable customers.

Enable search engines to find the website quickly and rank it highly.

Make sure the website is easy to use and accessible to all.

Research competitors' websites.

Find the right web developers and communicate effectively with them.

Test the website thoroughly before it goes live.

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Praise for Internet Marketing: How to Get a Website that Works for Your Business

  • Do not build a website without reading this first. A true guru of his time, Mr. Packer can seriously and positively transform your business prospects and capabilities.

  • An excellent book. Provides a practical and readable way through a maze of possibilities. Entrepreneurs and their advisors will find fewer better investments than this publication.

  • Extremely helpful - B2B Marketing

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Nigel T. Packer

After working in a marketing role for 20 years for the public sector, manufacturing and charitable organisations, Nigel set up his own Internet marketing consultancy, Business for Business. Over the past six years he has helped hundreds of small and micro businesses in both the UK and Europe to develop their Internet business strategy and growth programmes.

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