Does the online portion of your business need a dedicated employee?

Does the online portion of your business need a dedicated employee?

As a company grows more and more  labor is required to handle the growth, so a bakery might need an additional baker or a dentist might need an assistant even another dentist. So whats happening with the millions of sites attached to these growing companies? I’m noticing more and more as I’m building a site or during the development and consultation, that these companies to really be as productive as possible need some personal attention more intimate than our services have been designed to offer. Like a part time employee whos only goal is to make sure your company is getting the most out of it’s website and it’s particular business model. I am creating a new package that will include this service not just web edits or changes monthly or a dedicated monthly service quota (which most design companies already offer), but a package that will aim to have a professional begin to evaluate your particular business and its niches and apply those things that make you special to an online evolution type process that will hopefully help your business grow faster but get the most out of your web investment and generate stronger returns. Basically this service will not only guarantee customers web edits but come up with new innovative ideas exclusive to your business and begin to identify areas the site can be more effective while logging the changes and their effectiveness.

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