Website Marketing Made Simple

RDWSI’ve created this free content for any potentials customers to show them the basic principles of how website marketing actually works.

But first, let me tell you some hard truths about websites and digital marketing.

Digital marketing is the online promotion of products and services using internet channels such as 3rd party websites (Angi, etc.), search engines (like Google), social media, pay-per-click advertising, online apps and pop-up solo ads.

Website marketing on the other hand, is the strategic promotion of YOUR own business website to increase its local visibility and attract relevant traffic.

Marketing your own website means understanding what information your potential customers want and need to know – so you can turn those visitors into leads and sales.

But the truth is, if you try to keep up with every new internet marketing trick or social media gimmick that comes along, you will quickly burn out and get nothing worthwhile done.

So what should you do?

From my professional experiences, I have seen that if you just focus on a few core principles and proven marketing strategies that you’ll achieve more success than most people who are constantly chasing after each new and bright-shiny object.

Which is why I created this course.

Within these following articles you’ll discover what you need to know to run what I like call the “Results-Driven Website System” (RDWS): Get Online, Get Found, Get Traffic, Get Sales.

In this guide, I will explain to you how this easy to understand 4-step process can be used to get your business more leads and in-store traffic from a simple local-foced website.

I will share with you the website marketing strategies that I have used successfully for my clients since 2009.

I hope the following content will help you get more get more leads & sales from your site and web marketing efforts.

NOTE: This tutorial is a work-in-progress, so as I discover and test out new strategies that I feel will work for you guys, I expand the content list below from from time to time: