Is it possible to create a compelling website and digital marketing experience that your prospects will actually thank you for, even share with their friends?
The answer is yes!, and the solution is quite simple ...
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SO how do you build a site in 2019 that will last to 2020?
Make it truly valuable!
Create a site geared around imparting knowledge.
Sharing a winning idea.
Solving a really nagging problem.
Changing someone’s day for the better.
If you want to build something — anything — that will still be relevant and still be sharable and clickable and rankable in 2020, you have to focus on delivering something that deserves to be still be there at number one a year (even two or three years from now).
You know this of course.
You reward those rare websites who really wow you with valuable content with the very stuff that guarantees their currency and longevity: respect.
When you come across a new site that knocks you off your feet, when you recognise a real bona fide authority, your respect for it as a resource.
But doesn’t end there.
Respect is the bedrock of trust — a rare commodity these days.
With respect and trust in place, next comes a sense of obligation to share the treasure with others.
I know, it’s an ego thing: we want other people to ‘like’ us for sharing the really good stuff.
So if you already know it when you see it, why aren’t you going out of your way to build it?