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Case Study – Enhanced Power Virtual Office Assistance

Case Study – Enhanced Power Virtual Office Assistance

A change in your business offerings is always going to be a catalyst for a review of how you market and publicise your business. At Enhanced Power Virtual Office Assistance, the principal Roneta had worked hard to gain certification as a Registered BAS Agent. This gave her a whole new arm to her business – in addition to the paperwork, book-keeping, editing and administration services she could now prepare and submit the Business Activity Statement (BAS) on behalf of her small-business clients.

Roneta wanted to make this major extension to her business front and centre. Her website was about 5 years old, and while perfectly acceptable the technology it was built with was behind the times – as was its design and layout.

So a revamp was on the cards. The core business service features prominently as the first thing visitors see. But it’s not a dry “We do BAS”. The site focusses on the visitor and how s/he can benefit from Enhanced Power Virtual Office Assistance. Time. We all want more time, and if your business isn’t administration, papework, and BAS, odds are those things are what you’d rather NOT do. This theme carries on through the site. Roneta is about taking off you what you don’t want to do anyway – doing it for you professionally and economically.

Client testimonials add social proof of Roneta’s capabilities and ethos. Contact details include a quick online query form. And a video adds extra visual appeal. A separate page breaks out more detail on what Enhanced Power Virtual Office Assistance can do.

Roneta didn’t want to go much further online because each client has unique needs and aspects, so it’s important to discuss with each lead what she can do and therefore what sort of pricing will apply. This is a small 2-page website that is all about lead generation. Let visitors know what Roneta does (and why that’s of interest), and encourage them to get in touch.

How about your own website? Do you know what you want from it? Does it actively work to achieve that? Our “Project Enquiry” form will help you work that out if you aren’t too sure – you don’t need to submit it, of course, unless you would like Winch Websites to put together a proposal customised to your needs. That form will get you thinking though.

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