Let me ask you this, what role does your website play for your organization?
Very likely it's the first place people go to when they want to know more about your organization. So what first impression do you want to give a prospective client or a partner when you talk to them?
If you are like us you have had several website revisions already, some good some not so good. You have read blogs and visited some of your favourite websites to find the best trends. You have a list of your services displayed on the website but you don't know if anyone is reading them. You spoke to your team and got some good ideas on what needs to go on the website.
It's tempting to design your website by consensus, but think again, why do people come to your website?
People come to your website because they have a problem and they want to know if you can be trusted to solve their problem. Your organization has a great history of serving your industry and you know you provide a great service. You still wonder why so many of your website visitors do not convert into paying clients.
No matter how great your services are, just saying so on your website is not enough to convince your visitors.
Wouldn't it be great to design a website that people not only love but they instantly know how valuable your work is to them?
Good website design is important but that's only a part of it. What matters more is your voice, your story and how it relates to your audience. Your story is your work, why you do what you do, and how your work touches the lives of so many.
You do great work but your work is not easily understood by all. As professionals, it is your responsibility to tell your story, break it down, in a manner that relates to your audience.
Your website should not only inform but also inspire your visitors to do more, to become more and join you in your journey!
What if your website could easily connect with your audience and guide them right where they want to go?
How about your website working for you while you sleep and generate business leads on it’s own?
Your website is a marketing tool that needs to convince your visitors you understand their pain and that you can be trusted to solve their problem.
In this roadmapping session, we take an objective look at your website as an outsider and without bias. We identify weakpoints that are losing visitors and turn them around. We identify opportunities to easily connect with your visitors, give you higher returns quickly and help you generate cashflow.
In the four years that Cool Cleveland has worked with Grype, they consistently create smart, workable solutions. They leave no problem unsolved and they were our first choice for the Cool Neighborhoods project we launched this year.
Thomas Mulready - President, Cool Cleveland
Your session will be led by me, Farhad Khan, CEO of Grype. I believe that technology should be used to improve lives and create opportunities through meaningful connections. I have devoted my career to helping clients and organizations be the best version of themselves and use digital technology to take their organizations to new heights.
I have won several awards over the years and my work was featured in various magazines.
Our roadmapping fee is a one-time investment of $500 + HST.
This fee is credited to your project if you continue to work with us to implement the roadmap.
Many of our clients are able to fully implement our prescription roadmap internally without the need for outside help. But, depending on our availability, we may be able to jump in and help you take action on everything that we’ve prescribed for you.
Building a beautiful website, that also sells, is not easy!
But it's not rocket-science either. There are proven methods of connecting with your audience in a manner that builds your credibility. We have narrowed it down to a process that we cover in this roadmap. You don't have to do it alone. You can use this roadmapping session to jumpstart your website redesign.
We have limited number of roadmapping workshops available every month. Please book your session as soon as you can to avoid delays in scheduling. Every day you are not growing, you are losing out on opportunities. Time is the one thing you do not get back.
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