Making a Website That Works for You

1552 Goldcliff Circle Washington, DC (PressExposure) May 11, 2009 -- Commercial websites are made to make you money that’s why you pay so much for them. An ideal website should bring in more income than the cost they incur so how exactly do you do that? Here’s a simple guide to make your would be website do its job.

According to an Orange County Web Design company, Crest Media Inc., there are a lot of good websites out there but they fail at capitalizing on their material. So they have the right content, they tell you everything you need to do, but what should they do after that?

They fail because they don’t lead their prospective customers to the closing sale. They expect the person look for a way to buy their product. Never lead them through hoops before they can make a purchase, make it as bright as day where they need to go and how they can get their hands on what you’re selling them.

A simple way to make this obvious to your visitors is to put a big “Buy me!” button on every page. Well, it’s not necessarily those words but you see them often as “Put in my Cart” and such. Here’s how to make it work sell your content first before selling anything else.

This is the basic of making your website work for you. Sell your content first then everything else will follow. Impress your visitor with your content and make them believe that what you have is the best they can find. Never give them fake information about your line of business because repeat customers are better than one time scams.

After selling the content, make sure that you put that buy me sign where they can find it. Place more than one in every page but make sure that it doesn’t look imposing or just make it enough that it doesn’t interfere with the overall look of your page. Just look at what Amazon and eBay did with their website and you’ll get the idea.

If you want to know more about web designs that work then I suggest you look at this Orange County Web Design company’s website at and make your website work for you.

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Louie Ang is a search engine marketing specialist in Washington, DC. His work has proven to be very professional and shows excellence in his field.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 10, 2009 at 10:51 pm
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