Start to sell on a website is not as simple as it seems. In fact, it's almost normal to see that entrepreneurs start a web site and believe that just because you install it on a web server, sales come almost immediately. Months later discover that things are not so, and quickly lose interest or blame their web designer. In this note we present some simple ideas you can use to start selling your website. What To Sell Your Business? Sometimes I get to sites that look promising, but I can not understand what they sell. Many companies spend a difficult to define why they are there. Be sure to state clearly what your company sells. This message must be the first thing your visitors to read.
Most visitors have neither the time nor the patience to discover what your company sells. Remember that all visitors arrive at your site asking: "What's in it for me?". The sooner you answer this question, the more likely that your site visitors continue to sail, and therefore can buy something. Show the benefits of further reading and buying into place. Who is Your Business? Unless your company is Coca-Cola or Microsoft, it is best to include in its website all information regarding your company. Before anyone spends a penny with you, that someone will want to know who is doing business. Be sure to place on its website the details of your company, your email account (with a link to enable them to click and communicate with you), your phone and do not forget to put your physical address.