You know how some dog business owners offer an absolutely fabulous service, but just don’t know how to market themselves online?
Or perhaps they have an out of date website which is not attracting traffic or interacting with their ideal customers at all. Which means that potential customers find – and use or buy from – their competitors first. This makes them feel frustrated, especially as they know they can do a better job than those competitors!
Perhaps this sounds like you?
Well, I have some great news. My name is Kirsty Cussens and I am not only a dog lover myself, I specialise in creating fantastic dog business websites for the best dog businesses and clubs around. I can also create and look after your whole Social Media presence, from Twitter to Facebook via YouTube and Linked In.
Which means that your dog business website will be found ahead of your competitors, attract your ideal customers, get to Page One of Google, build a mailing list for free and give you a chance to market to those people again and again for free.
You will build a long lasting, sustainable dog business, feel like a weight’s been taken off your shoulders and you can now focus on what is important: looking after your dog business, which in turn means that lots more dogs will be looked after, trained and supplied for by you.
Does that sound good? Would you like to find out more? Just give me a call or contact me via the form below for an initial, no obligation talk about your dog business or club.
“My meeting with Kirsty was very informative and friendly. I found it good to know that she is on my side and her ideas very supportive and thought provoking. Even small changes made a massive impact. I am positive that with her help and advice I can build and better my business. Many thanks, Kirsty”.
Dave (Blackshaw Dog Agility)
When you said that you would have a look at my website free for an initial consultation…I didn’t realise that you would be so in depth…wow..thanks for all that information, and your time to do this – it’s really appreciated!”
Mags (PawPals Dog Walking)