Hey everyone, I'm a big fan of optimization and I love helping business owners improve their websites.
I've worked with many small business owners (some right here on reddit) who either have a website or are thinking about setting one up. One of the main concerns I hear is "How do I know my website is generating a return?"
So I've decided to put together a guide (100% free with ZERO sales pitch) that shows small business owners;
How to determine if your website is generating a positive or negative return
Which metrics and analytics you have to track if you want to be successful
General tips and tricks to help you get more sales directly from your website
So, before I put something together – I'd like to ask the /r/smallbusiness a few questions (so that I can make this little guide as valuable as possible). It will only take 5 minutes, and I'll personally email a copy of the guide to anyone who posts. Or I'll upload it and send a link over PM. Here are the questions –
Do you know how much revenue your website has brought in for you?
How do you judge the performance of your website vs. it's cost?
What are your biggest challenges when it comes to evaluating the performance of your website?
Would you prefer to get the guide emailed or PMed as a link?
I'd love to hear from both sides – people who have websites bringing in $$$ and people who have websites that just aren't moving the needle.
Thanks in advance everyone! With your help, I know this will be a very useful guide for everyone trying to improve their website 🙂