Be the Best, Do What You Do Best

July 3, 2016

Blog Post: Be the best, do what you do best

Do What You Do Best

In this day and age we tend to get involved with lots of different things. For instance, to manage a website these days, you need to be part web designer, part web developer, part SEO specialist, part social media specialist, part email marketing specialist, advertising specialist, marketing specialist, etc, etc. If you are a small business trying to take care of all these tasks, you probably aren’t doing what you do best, taking care of what differentiates you from your competition. This is a fatal flaw, which is part the fault of these do it yourself websites promising and rarely delivering results. While it sounds like a good inexpensive solution, the web is far too complex to throw up a quickie website against the wall and think you will find a pot of gold. Ok, not the best mixed metaphor, but you get the point. As we all have been taught or learned the hard way, quick and cheap rarely ends up profitable.

Find Your Niche

So what I advise to young people today is to find your niche, and be the best in the world at that. For me, That is website maintenance. We are the best in the world at website maintenance. We turnaround most support requests the very same day. People are amazed at our turnaround time. So all these things I mentioned, they are all part of my daily life, in my role as a webmaster. Now while it’s true, I do wear many different hats, what has gotten me this far is being the very best at one particular aspect, and that is website maintenance. I offer my clients a one stop for all their needs, so they don’t need to hire different agencies for design, development, marketing, advertising, etc. They just hire us.

Tailor Made, Not Cookie Cutter

We tailor our support plans for our clients based on needs. Where as larger companies may need unlimited support, a small non-profit may only need a couple of hours. We will design a plan to achieve all your web & social media goals. Once fits all may work with certain article of clothing, but so much for web maintenance.

In Conclusion

You have gotten where you are by doing what you do best. You have hired the best people around you, lawyers, accountants and vendors. So when it comes to designing, developing and managing your website, do the same. Hire the best. In the long run you will be happy you did. (And save oodles of headaches).

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