Most businesses have a website. It’s a common thing, right? Start a business. Get a website, along with business cards, a phone#, and an address…. but it’s 2019. Any old website just won’t “do”, anymore, [especially for small and mid-sized firms trying to compete and grow]. You know this deep down inside because let’s get real…. If YOU don’t even go to your own website, why would your customers?
The REAL issue is: if you’ve been in business for more than 45 minutes, you’ve hired/fired/hired AGAIN [and FIRED AGAIN?] a parade of “web site developers”. You paid “too much” money for whatever website you have, or got something cheap/ free-ish, that we both know isn’t “selling”. Your website isn’t effective, because the info is old, out-of-date, or the stuff that SHOULD be there, ISN’T, because it’s a pain to get “the web site guy” on the phone, and it’s another big check you have to write.
Think Different !! [as the famous slogan says] Enter WAAS – Website As A Service – by H.D. Enterprises. It’s an “on-demand” subscription model that provides businesses with the web capabilities they don’t have – at a price that fits a pre-planned budget. You lease your truck fleet. Many business use PEO for staff and out-source accounting, on a monthly service fee. Why not do the same, so you can afford a real productive website? WAAS offers peace of mind to the business – no surprise bills, the work that can’t be managed in-house is managed professionally by H.D. Enterprises, aligning the WAAS model with the goals of each client. The key point is the…As A Service model – it allows us to succeed when you succeed. Now, Your website “project” never actually needs to end.
How about real-life examples, right here in Tampa Bay?
Cheval Golf Athletic Club’s site was in a sand trap: they needed new page development, as well as knowing they had a good backup system. Enter WAAS by H.D. Enterprises: after we re-designed their site, now we help whenever their marketing director needs assistance.
PTandSportsTherapy, an award-winning Physical Therapist with a specific budget, and starting from scratch, needed domain name advice, a new SSL secured website, logo development, with hosting, backup, edits, and updates. The best answer for this startup company was WAAS by H.D. Enterprises. It’s affordable both upfront and the monthly “subscription” cost allows them to focus on selling, financing and installing solar panels, not arguing about who should update the website, “today”.
Since 1999, a website has been a reflection of your business, replacing the “full page” ad in the yellow pages, that USED TO BE the indicator of a hugely successful business. The problem is: even in 2019, most business owners don’t know what a successful, productive website looks like because they’ve never talked to someone who asks them two simple questions:
do you want to see your website?
- What do you want those website visitors to DO?
These aren’t really the stupid question that they first appear to be. Of course, retail stores “sell”, but do you “ship”, or are you REALLY interested in “floor traffic/visitors? Law Firms don’t “sell anything”, right? Well, sure they do, but the action they want is: for “you” to call the office phone number and schedule a visit [really current legal firms allow chat and schedule functions right on the web site, so you never need to dial the phone !!] Banks and the credit card companies figured this out long ago. If you have a question about your account, do you REALLY care if you talk to the teller in your local branch?… when anyone in the call-center can answer the question 24/7, in a MOBILE APP, on the smartphone.
If you KNOW all of this is true, then WHY are you making it difficult for YOUR customers to FIND you, ASK QUESTIONS and BUY from you? In most cases, we are back to the parade of “website guys”, who had a short-sighted view of what “a website” meant to you, and probably didn’t have the diversified skills to build what you needed, without charging you $$$, so they could keep a huge staff of folks, with very specific skills “busy”, to cover their payroll.
The solution is WAAS.
“Website As A Service”. by H.D. Enterprises: an on-demand subscription model that provides businesses with the web capabilities they don’t have. What’s covered? Whatever is needed.
Michael Higgins is the owner of H.D. Enterprises; he can be contacted by phone at 813-205-6160 or email: email@example.com Use the email to connect with him on LinkedIn.