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Video Transcript

Hi, I’m John Watson with Accrue Marketing.

If you’re anything like the average small business owner, you have no one looking after your website. You might call someone from time to time to make changes, but that’s it.

All those security patches and update notices go unnoticed or ignored for months on end. You have no webmaster accounts; your tracking is only half set up, your host takes care of the backups, maybe. You ignore the automated website reports you get because they’re irrelevant.

It’s all good though because no news is good news. That is until your website gets hacked and taken over by pirates. Then you’re scrambling to recover.

Does any of this sound familiar? You know the average website takes less than 2 hours each month to maintain? If your website’s suffering from neglect, avoid the chaos and give it some love.

Ask Us about our website maintenance services.

About the Author

John Watson is the president of Accrue Performance Marketing and the author of Mastering Marketing, the Being Profitable Program, several ebooks and an avid blogger. He serves as a sales and marketing coach and fractional Chief Marketing Officer for companies that cannot yet justify a full-time CMO. He's focused on helping startups and growth-focused companies develop powerful brands, customer-centric websites, sales leads and complete commercialization programs.

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