An acting teacher of mine once told us that it’s ok to steal, as long as you steal from the best.
She was referring to stealing acting technique, and was by no means promoting blatant theft or copy, but rather making the point that if you are going to learn from others, you should learn from those doing it right.
The same can be said for most anything in life, including perfecting your pet sitting website.
We learn the most by observing, analyzing or understanding what others are currently doing that works.
Last year, I wrote an article called “7 Examples of Pet Sitter Websites That Perfectly Connect With Visitors” and the response was extremely positive.
So I decided another showcase was in order.
I now offer you the brand new book “8 Pet Sitting Websites That Connect With Visitors.”
Simply put, I scoured through many pet sitter websites to find the ones that have at least one specific element in place that is effective.
What Do I Mean By ‘Effective?’
It’s important to remember that your website has specific goals. Most likely, your goal is to have as many visitors make contact with you so you can turn them into lifelong, happy clients.
If a visitor views your site and does not follow up and get in touch, your website is not as effective as it could be.
Certain specific elements need to be in place in order to motivate and inspire the pet owner to take action.
This does not happen by accident.
I spend most of my waking hours training pet sitters how to improve, perfect or enhance their pet sitting websites.
Download the Book Here.
The ’8 Pet Sitting Websites…’ PDF can be downloaded directly from my PetSittingOlogy Facebook Page.
You will learn about the 8 different websites and the one thing each achieves perfectly. I also include a takeaway for each so you know exactly how you can utilize the same concept on your own website.
Remember, the idea is not to blatantly steal or copy someone elses work, but rather to learn from their success and discover how you can use it yourself and make it your own.
I look forward to your questions, comments and watching your website thrive.
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