Learn the Top 5 Ways Your Website Annoys Potential Customers
Your company’s website has the potential to be a lead generating machine. But, all too often businesses miss out on valuable leads because of a poorly designed or difficult to use website. In this fun and sometimes funny roundtable we will break down the 5 most common website mistakes that limit effectiveness in converting web visitors into sales leads. These factors could be costing B2B businesses millions of dollars in lost revenue.
You’ll walk away from this roundtable with several key takeaways that will help your website be… less annoying.
- Common misconceptions about popular website design practices
- The top 5 ways your website annoys potential customers
- And of course, ways to avoid or fix them
For information about Carbon8, go to www.carbon8.com.
About the breakfast roundtables:
BMA Colorado breakfast roundtables provide an opportunity for you to meet with your peers and learn in a casual, relaxed environment. The roundtable kicks off at 7:30 a.m. with light breakfast and networking. The presentation starts at 8:00 a.m. sharp. During the presentation, questions and interaction with the presenters are highly encouraged.
Shay oversees the information architecture, UX and creative production of web, video and app projects. A former Account Manager and Carbon8’s first employee, Shay leveraged her years of experience and research to transition from account management to the creative team of Carbon8 in 2012. She offers both strategic and creative expertise, making her a valuable asset to the many clients she serves.
Mark founded Carbon8 on the premise that in the digital age, great creative and great strategy needs to be backed by a talented programming team. The success of this idea is demonstrated in the fact the company has averaged 50% annual growth since its founding. Mark offers his creative passion and strategic experience to Carbon8’s clients. Under his leadership, Carbon8 has won first place for branding in the state of Colorado for four years in a row.