Recently I took my car to the shop. I hadn’t noticed any problems with it, but cars need to be checked. Your website is the same way. It’s a complex system that needs attention. An expert should check your site, tweak it and recommend repairs. That’s what I do as a web property manager. I monitor all aspects of your website. Regular analysis can make a significant difference in how your web marketing performs. A web property manager can help your site attract traffic and drive leads.
Here is a sample of what a web property manager can do for your website:
- Run website reviews
- Analyze website structure and make recommendations
- Create a keyword strategy
- Recommend changes to improve Search Engine Optimization
- Oversee social media marketing
- Oversee and monitor digital advertising
- Report on website traffic and usage patterns
- Check functionality
Web traffic and other visitor behavior can change surprisingly quickly. If your web visitors are flocking to one new page, or if website links are broken, you need to know right away. Web property managers monitor websites daily. If website visitors are entering your site through specific blog articles or social media channels, or if they are hitting your homepage and then leaving right away, we’ll be able to tell you. This will help you create the kind of content that visitors want to see.
When you sign up for this service, you’ll receive your own designated web property manager. You can choose how much time you’d like your web property manager to spend on your website, and where you’d like to focus attention.
Just as a manager keeps a brick-and-mortar store running smoothly, a web property manager keeps a website productive. Contact me to find out more about how a web property manager can help you improve your web marketing. Call me at 952-697-5211 or complete our form.
Looking out for clients’ interests is very important to me. Let’s talk about what I can do for your website.