The Website Promoters Advent Calendar 2016

Website Promoters Advent calendar

Well it’s December 1st 2016 and I was thinking that everyone will be opening their first box in the advent calendar for a piece of chocolate.

2017 is fast approaching so what are you doing to promote your website in the next 24 days? We were going to post 30 tasks but website promoters need a holiday as well.

For the next 24 days, we will be publishing the 24-day web promoters’ advent calendar. Each day of December we will be posting a task that you should be doing to make sure your website is business fit for 2017.

There is no chocolate but the rewards from a business fit website in 2017 will be lots of chocolate when you start your advent calendar in December of 2017.

If you do not want to miss your daily task, then follow PelaTis Online ltd profile on LinkedIn to make sure you have all 30 steps.

 

Who are your customers?

December 1st 2016

In 20 years of working with hundreds of clients from the self-employed to global manufacturers with multiple locations on many continents we have been amazed that so few really understand who their customers are.

So where do you start to identify your customers?

Not everyone is your customer. This is a fundamental, because whilst everyone could possibly buy your product or service not everyone is interested.

Your task for today is to think about the customers you already have and make a list of them. Who are they? How old are they? What do they look like? Why do they buy your product or service? Put them into groups and then rank them in order of importance.

Tomorrow we will give you the next Advent task, it will be based on the outcomes of this task so make sure you have the answers ready tomorrow.

About the Author

Nigel T Packer

After 23 years working in electronics, production and mechanical engineering fields Nigel has spent the last 18 years working in the field of business development specifically on the internet.

Being at the start of the digital economy, Nigel has adapted and applied the principles of business development to the rapidly changing scene of the internet. With it the creation of new business models that work for clients had been his objective.

An author and digital business speaker his book “Getting a website that works for your business” has helped hundreds of SME business owners understand the principles of online success.

Today Nigel runs a digital consultancy PelaTis Online Ltd an independent eBusiness consultancy working with retail, manufacturing and service businesses. His insights and understanding of the way the internet works and the direction it is going in makes him the go to consultant for online business success.

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