Want your own little website?
Or would you prefer a large one?
Whether it’s for you privately, for your business, for your online course or whatever purpose, we are very happy to help you build the ideal website , the 1. FUNCTIONING and 2. LOOKS VERY NICE!
So what does the process look like?
First, we have a conversation where we find out exactly what you would like to have, what you would like to have, what you would not like to have, what is important to you, what is not important to you, and so on.
The bottom line is we want all the information you can give us. And of course, we’ll ask you specific questions to really understand everything and build you the ideal website.
In the end you have your ideal website, in your individual design, with your desired features and even more!
We find out the ideal workflow for registrations: How does a visitor get to your website? What should he do there? How and what must he click? Where does the data end up? How can you use them? And so on.
Also very cool:
Up to 2 e-mails are included, so that your prospects are drawn into your e-mail tunnel right away and are excited with content and take advantage of your product or service (additional e-mails are possible for an additional fee). Let’s talk about it best in person). You are welcome to provide us with the content for this or for an additional charge we will be happy to create it for you.
Secure these benefits today:
- Personal contact
- Incl. Workflow for logins
- With up to 2 workflow emails incl.
- Responsive (for PC / Tablet & Mobile)
- Contact form
- Social media buttons
- SSL encryption
Well, how does it look? We should talk, shouldn’t we? Click here now to schedule your complimentary meeting “
Do you have any questions?
We have answers!
Each booking applies to one website at a time.
An SSL certificate is a small file with a cryptic key that makes the connection secure. On the Internet, this means that the security lock is active and thus secure connections between PCs and the website are guaranteed.
The goal of a funnel is to turn a prospect into a valuable customer by going through multiple touchpoints to ultimately perform a specific action, such as completing an order.
Visually presented, Facebook ads, for example, attract many interested parties into the funnel. It can happen that interested parties jump off during the buying process, ie they jump out of the funnel again. However, the interested parties who have completed an order become customers and, figuratively, come out of the funnel at the bottom.
A landing page is a single page. Usually a website consists of several pages – a home page, contact page, about me or other pages. These are accessible via some kind of menu – usually a menu at the top that you can just click on.
A landing page, on the other hand, is a single page, usually without a menu and possibly deviating from the standard style. Because a landing page can be used to direct the entire focus to a webinar or to a product that you want to sell or to an event or, or, or.
So on a landing page, you want to direct the visitor to something, with their full 100% focus – without them getting distracted or being able to go elsewhere.