340 – How a Website Alone Generated an Additional $100k in Revenue in Only 3 Months!

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Did you know that in this day and age, your website is a powerful tool you can use to leverage your
business? In some cases, it doesn’t even matter what type of marketing strategy you’re implementing,
it just often boils down to how your website looks and feels.

Today, I talk about three different case studies under Tradie Web Guys wherein we haven’t even started implementing marketing strategies yet just website rebuilds, and we’ve already seen great results thus far.

Don’t get me wrong, though! I believe it’s all credits to the systems we have in place that make it easier for us to identify and pinpoint what actually needs to be done to your websites to leverage your

If you’re watching this episode, then it’s probably a sign that’s telling you to have your strategies aligned and assessed! Just click on this link and get your FREE opportunity assessment right now!

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What’s Discussed In This Episode:

0:00 Introduction

6:05 D-A-P-E-R mechanism: What is it and how can it help leverage your business?

11:00 Opportunity assessment: Why you need to do this for your business

12:30 Understanding how the abovementioned processes have allowed businesses to grow

13:04 How a client in Melbourne generated $100k in revenue through their website alone with NO

13:20 How a company in Perth generated a 763% traffic increase just through rebuilding their website

13:52 Why I suggested for a company to NOT invest in marketing and instead just get their website


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