Get your online presence working for you, not against you—with a website that performs as well as it looks.
Many businesses think the wrong way about their websites. They consider it a marketing cost, without realizing that in fact, it can be a revenue generator.
Yes, a website costs money to build. But at Thrive, we feel there is no more effective place to allocate that budget. When you get the right website connecting you with your ideal customers and asking them to take the next step, magical things happen for your business.
And that’s not even all. The right website can build a deeper relationship with your target audience, increase your credibility, improve your efficiency, and more.
If you’re the DIY type, you’ll find editing your Thrive site is as easy as using your web browser. No geeky code required.
All Thrive sites are meant to look their best, no matter how visitors come to your site—computer, tablet, or mobile phone.
Whether you know it or not, Google is silently judging your site on its performance. At Thrive, we make sure your site measures up.
Some agencies reuse the same templates for customer after customer. With Thrive, you’ll get a beautiful custom website unique to you.
What should you invest in a website?
We don’t have to tell you that ROI—return on investment—is important. And with a website (or any piece of marketing, really) you need to make sure that the investment you’re making delivers a healthy return.
But how much is too much—or too little? What should you spend on a website… And what’s simply overkill?
In our opinion, this is the wrong question. At Thrive, we feel the better question to ask is “what is the value of a new website for my business?”
For example, let’s suggest that a new website that worked better for your ideal client could generate 25% more revenue for your company over the next 12 months.
If you’re already selling $500k a year, for example, that’s an extra $125k in revenue—more than enough to justify a $10,000 investment in building a new site.
If you want to be successful we must distinguish what you offer, who is your perfect client, and what success looks like for you. All branding, web design, and marketing must start there.
- Noah Britton