We’re so happy you would consider working with us! While you’re waiting to hear back, here’s a few things you can think about to prepare for your discovery call.
Be prepared to summarize your business clearly. The better we understand your business model, the better we’ll be able to craft the messaging and information architecture on your site.
Your website ultimately exists to serve your customer. It’s valuable to identify (a) what your customers are like, (b) what problem your product/service solves for them, and (c) how you currently get customers.
You know your business and what is holding your business back better than anyone else. It’s important to development a wishlist for your website, SEO campaign, or copywriting project and prioritize each item into wants vs. needs.
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