Why Your Website Isn’t Bringing In New Clients

Not bringing In new clients through your website? Here are some website tips to help attract your ideal clients and transform them into customers! #webdesigntips #attractidealclient #websitetips | CodeLoveCreative.com
Not bringing In new clients through your website? Here are some website tips to help attract your ideal clients and transform them into customers! #webdesigntips #attractidealclient #websitetips | Free resource guide: CodeLoveCreative.comNot bringing In new clients through your website? Here are some website tips to help attract your ideal clients and transform them into customers! #webdesigntips #attractidealclient #websitetips | Free resource guide: CodeLoveCreative.com

“If you build it, they will come”

This quote from Field of Dreams popped into my head yesterday and it got me thinking about how it relates to being an entrepreneur. If you’ve ever had a dream of starting your own business then you can probably relate to the main character, who risks everything (even his perceived sanity) to follow his intuition. 

When you first start out in business it’s almost like falling in love – you’re super excited, you can’t sleep and your friends think you’re crazy because your business idea is the only thing you can think or talk about! 

I’ve been there and still get that way when I have new ideas for my business.

So you decide to jump in head-first and super obsessive (this is in no way autobiographical 😉) with trying to get your business to the next level and you create content and you put up a website and…

crickets.

Ugh – I’ve been there, too!

That’s when you realize that when it comes to a website for your business, it’s really not quite as simple as “if you build it, they will come.”

It IS totally possible to get a WordPress website up and running really easily in under 5 minutes.

Website Wisdom Free 7-day email course by Code Love Creative #WebsiteWisdom #WebsiteTips #WebDesignTips #CodeLoveCreative

GROW YOUR BUSINESS ONLINE

Take my FREE 7-day email course and learn how to create a website that attracts your ideal clients and turns them into customers.

However…there’s a lot of strategy behind optimizing your website in order to attract your ideal clients and convert them into customers.

So what is your website missing? Let me walk you through a few concepts that can help you level-up your website and turn it into a business-boosting machine (AKA what it’s supposed to be).

Why Your Website Isn’t Bringing In New Clients

1. You’re talking to the wrong people.

You need to be clear about who you are trying to serve. You’ve probably heard this phrase before: “if you’re trying to please everyone, you’ll end up pleasing nobody.” This is totally true for your website and business! 

If you haven’t yet, it’s important to spend a little time outlining what kind of client you want to work with. From there, you can have a specific type of person in mind when creating the content for your website and you will understand the things they struggle with and the solutions they’re looking for. The goal is to make them feel heard and understood when they read your website and see your offerings. 

When your website isn’t focused around your ideal clients, then it’s not going to stand out.

More about attracting your ideal client:

2. You‘re website design leaves something to be desired.

Set a good first impression with the look of your website. If it looks too cluttered, busy or unorganized then it can send people away quick, fast and in a hurry!

Don’t worry if you know nothing about web design – there are tons of great resources out there. 

More about creating a nice web design:

3. Your offer isn’t clear.

So now you know who you’re talking to and you’ve made sure your site looks all nice and spiffy. The next thing you want to double-check is that you’re being really clear about what you’re offering. Image your potential client browsing your site for the first time.

Do your services stand out? Is it clear that they will offer solutions to their problems?

Somewhere near the top of the homepage you should introduce yourself and explain, in easy-to-understand words, who you are, what you do and who you help.

It can be fun to use fun and playful language sometimes, especially if it fits your branding. But you want to make sure that it will be very clear to your ideal audience what it is you actually do and what is included when working with you.

4. You’re not asking them to take action.

Things move fast in the world of the internet. You want to make sure you take full advantage of the very limited amount of time you have with your potential client while they are looking at your website. You do this by putting clear calls to action (CTA) throughout your site. 

A call to action can be a link to book a free consultation call with you(I love Acuity for this!), sign up for your newsletter (I love ConvertKit for this!) or follow you on social media.

Decide what the most important actions are that you want your potential clients to do, then make it super easy and obvious by specifically inviting them to take those actions. It also never hurts to add a little incentive by creating an opt-in freebie.

More about engaging your audience:

I hope these tips have given you some good clarity on how to more easily get new clients with your website. Also check out some of my favorite tools for growing your online business.

Save this post on Pinterest!

FREE Website Resources Guide

Top 5 tools for creating an enlghtened website

Sign up receive my weekly emails with tips for your website, branding and email marketing PLUS my website resources guide!

Powered by ConvertKit

About the author

I’m Taylor and I help intentional entrepreneurs like health coaches and yoga teachers transform their vision into an enlightened website to help them grow their businesses, build a tribe, attract ideal clients and create the lifestyle they dream of. Read more…