Persuading web clients measurable results outweigh website features

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Nov 13 2014

What will improve business for our client?" may seem like a normal question to ask but you would be surprised. A vast majority of the web development world tends to favor a "Features-oriented" business model; in other words, they try to sell you as many nifty gadgets and widgets as they possibly can. And sometimes you need nifty gadgets and widgets. But if you fail to ask that crucial question, then it is all gloss.

That's why projects are results oriented. My aim is to build that website that is going to increase your sales. Why, you ask? Why not try to pad our wallets by selling you more features and gizmos? The reason is simple: building websites that improve business makes for satisfied clients. Satisfied clients become long-term relationships. And it doesn't take a rocket scientist to tell you that, strong business relationships are key to running a healthy, profitable and sustainable business. Selling features is great for a quick buck, but is also one reason that there is a lot of dissatisfaction in this industry.

“What will benefit my client the most, the fancy feature that is all glitzy and easy to sell or the less attractive feature that is harder to sell but has a measureable ROI which can be demonstrated ” Dave Harrison

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