Drawing from some of the most pivotal points in his life, Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams. Enjoy ...
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Brian Austin is a website developer, writer, researcher, and published author, with over 60,000 hours of extensive experience in creating different kinds of website, and perfecting effective ways to deliver engaging, memorable, content. He is also a member of the Society of Authors and previous member of the Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators (ISTC).
Just like a poorly maintained vehicle, an old website or web site that is not kept up to date, is more likely to fail, fall short, or simply go nowhere on today's web.
7 powerful web site remedy tips for 2018 and beyond:
(1) Understand that your website is the sun in your solar system. (2) Invest in your own GDPR-friendly web site: it's the one superb online tribe-building tool you can fully control. (3) Find and use a technical web building partner you can trust, to ensure your regular website updates are done in a timely manner. (4) Invest in, maintain, and grow your website (create value, uniqueness). (5) Start, serve, and foster your own online clan. Create a good web promotions plan. (6) Enact an effective attraction strategy (create multiple orbital pathways). (7) Social media networking can be "a little nice extra". However, on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and more, you own nothing. What can you control? What do you give up? So bring your focus back your mothership: your web site.
You can take the 7-Step plan above and build your own web site empire. Or if you would like to discuss further how we can help improve your current website response, or build a brand new website fit for today's web, contact Brian.
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