Hiring WordPress as Your Star Salesperson: Welcoming Lisa Arrington To WordCamp Raleigh

Old school cash register image with 'Paid Out' and 'No Sale' buttons
Your WordPress site is often the difference between cashing in and No Sale.
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Your site is often the difference between cashing in and missing the sale. Like a brick and mortar store, your website must entice the customer to “walk in,” versus pass you by. If you aren’t treating your WordPress website as a serious business development asset, or if it’s cluttered, hard to navigate, or flat out fails at the “customer experience,” your prospects are long gone before you even had a chance to sell to them.

This year, on our shiny new business track at WordCamp Raleigh 2015, we want to make sure this doesn’t happen to you. We’ve invited Lisa Arrington to join us and share from her experience. As someone who works with business owners on a daily basis, she helps transform WordPress-powered websites into finely-tuned sales machines.

In this business track session, we’ll cover:

  • Shifting your mindset to match the customer (and how this translates into more leads)
  • Best practices for making your website your #1 salesperson
  • Using WordPress to your advantage to answer, “WIIFM?”
  • Bad Examples: What NOT to do

Join us October 10th and 11th! Get your ticket today!

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Ben Meredith

Organizer for WordCamp Raleigh, Ben is a the Senior Support Technician Give, the creator of the most popular Click To Tweet Pluginon the WordPress repository, a husband, a dad of boys, and in the 80th percentile for height in America.