Feb 1, 2016
WWW. Three letters that signify the one thing that has transformed the way we do business and find resources to change our lives more than anything else in the last few decades. In just one decade we have gone from paying $25,000 or more to design websites to DIY with WordPress and WIX and a web guy on every other corner of the world offering to design your website and get your business found on the web.
Just because you can do it yourself, should you? If you do hire someone, how do you know if they know what they are doing? What questions should you ask, before, during and after to make sure your site is effective?
We look for the FAQ(Frequently Asked Questions) section of a website to get answers others are asking yet my guest and I recommend you look for an SAQ (Should Ask Questions) page. And to get you started on knowing what you SHOULD be asking take a listen to today's show.
Tweet your questions to @TheLauraSteward and @VegasGreg if you think of a new one or just need an answer to your web question after you listen!
Greg Schueler is the Founder of Say So Marketing and has been involved in internet marketing for over 15 years. Greg built his first website in 1998 and started his first Google Adwords PPC campaign in 2002.
Since then he has built, managed and/or repaired over 1,000 websites and counting. He has primarily specialized in WordPress development and has often times been referred to as the Mad Scientist of WordPress.
Plus go to www.saysomarketing.com/Laura for a special gift from Greg.