Running Multiple Websites

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One website is not enough these days. Instead you need many of them, especially in business. Few businesses have one target group of customers for which they provide just one product or service. If you are typical you have several different customer groups and many products to sell. If your customers don’t see what they want straight away, they leave your site. This means if your business has loads to offer you can’t get it all easily on one website, without causing confusion.

The answer to this is a multiple website strategy. But how do you organise this in your business? And how do you manage multiple websites. This FREE report helps you work out your own multiple website strategy and management process for your business. It’s a clear guide to organising and running several different websites.

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