No one comes to your website to “learn more.” 💤

What if you changed just 2–4 words on your website and doubled your leads, or filled your calendar, or made this next quarter more profitable than any other?

What are these magical, money-making words, you ask?

Your Call to Action, also known as your “CTA.”

Your website has a button that visitors press to take the first step toward buying your product or service, or engaging with your non-profit. (If you don’t have a CTA button, we really need to talk. This will be a game changer!)

What are the words on your CTA button?

Are they things like “get info” or “our process” or “learn more”?

Phrases like those aren’t compelling enough. They don’t have enough clarity or energy. They don’t make you money.

We’ve put together a guide full of more powerful phrases you can use for your CTA.

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Your website should be a cash machine. So let’s swap out those boring or vague phrases for more clear, active ones.

Action Step:

  • Change your CTA for a month or two and see what happens.

An effective Call-to-Action on your site is key to your success. But there are 6 other elements that can make or break a website. Schedule a , and we’ll go over your site with you.

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