Posts tagged return on investment
I recently read a great blog post on sub-standard web developers and how to avoid them. If you’re looking to get a website developed I’d suggest you have a quick read of this: Beware Web Developers Who Know Nada!
As a web developer myself I find it incredibly frustrating that I’m constantly losing web development work to graphic designers who know nothing about marketing on the web. Does your business really need a piece of online art or does it actually want to see some return? As I see it there are only two things that matter – 1) are people finding the More >
When looking at investing money in trying to get more visitors to your website you need to first work out what a visitor is worth to you.
So, how do you work it out? Well, to do it at a basic level is very simple. Choose a time period to analyse – the last 12 months, last 3 months, last 30 days, etc. Now, in this period see how much profit you made and how many visitors your website got. If you’re using a web stats package, unique visitors is the figure to use here. Simply divide the number More >