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My name is MG Cooper and I have one simple question for you …

"do one thing really well","mg cooper"“What’s the ONE thing your business website should be doing really well?”

If your answer is anything other than making money for your business then there is no reason for you to spend any further time reading what I’m going to tell you in the next 4 1/2 minutes. Stop right here! You don’t need to read what I have to share with everyone else.

But if your primary intention for having a website has always been to bring in more business for your company then we have something in common. You’re reading this page because, well, the #1 focus of this site is to make money for my business.

After almost 15 years in the online marketing business there’s one thing I’ve discovered that is by far the most common mistake that many businesses that have website’s make. They have no idea whether their website is making money for them or not.

Is Your Company’s Website Making Money For You?

If you think your website is making money for you how do you know for sure? Gut feeling? The hairs stick up on the back of your neck? People are always telling you how great your website looks? Maybe even your company’s sales have inched up since your site went live.

But how do you know for sure that your business website is actually helping you generate more revenue? If your company’s sales spiked when the site went live how do you know that wasn’t just a coincidence. Did your sales just spike only to drop back down to their normal levels. Did something else change in your company that could have been responsible for a modest increase in sales — if an increase actually happened at all?

How You Can Find Out If Your Website Is Actually Doing It’s Job

For all many business owners know their company website is just floating around out there in cyberspace like a grain of sand on a beach. Like a needle in a stack of needles. Sure, someone at some point may accidentally stumble over your site, but did they pick up the phone and call you about something they saw online. Did you get an email that said something like “I saw your website and wanted to know more about your new widget…”

No? Never got an email like that? Well, why not? After all, that’s what your website is supposed to do isn’t it? Cause people to call you or email you wanting more information about your new widget.

I don’t mean to be hard on you, but maybe it’s time to find out if your company’s website is actually pulling its own weight. Even though you may not have invested much time and resources on your site (which may be the problem in the first place!), you may be suffering from a very high “opportunity cost” and not even know it. Maybe your competition is getting business that you should be getting because there’s something wrong with your web presence.

Here’s how you can find out what the problem might be with your company’s website.

I’m going to offer you something that ..

  1. Won’t cost you even one thin dime. That means it’s FREE for you to try.
  2. Won’t obligate you in any way to do anything you don’t want to do.
  3. WILL tell you exactly (within only one business day) why your site isn’t doing the one thing you hoped it would do.

I’ve partnered with a company that has developed a fully integrated collection of online software tools that will tell you not only why your site isn’t meeting your expectations, but whether your competitors have left themselves vulnerable to your new online marketing strategy. That’s right! You can ethically “spy” on your competitor’s website to see what they’re doing right and what their doing wrong. With this kind of information you’ll be able to exploit their online weaknesses. (Again, this is all perfectly legal and ethical. In fact, a competitor may be “spying” on your site as you’re reading this right now!

No! I don’t want your credit card first. You can give it to me later if you’re convinced my tools will help you generate more revenue from your website. All you have to do is give me your name, website address and your email address. I’ll take it from there!