Growth Healthcheck – Kickstart your business growthJerin Micheal2021-05-14T14:00:20+00:00
Kick start your business growth in just 1 hour
Do you want to sell more but don’t know where to start? The Growth Healthcheck is a combination of a digital audit and hour-long coaching session designed to identify opportunities for immediate results and long term growth.
Quickly understand the state of your brand and identify areas for short, medium and long term growth.
Hour-long Coaching Session
The session covers topics including your story, your competition, audiences, messaging and content. The session is perfect for businesses who need guidance on which areas of marketing to focus on, or to get an outside assessment of the effectiveness of current plans and strategies.
The Coaching Session will be facilitated via a live video call. An invitation to book the Coaching Session will be sent via email once the Healthcheck is purchased.
An overview of the current health of your digital channels including website and social media
Providing a detailed analysis of elements including SEO, usability, conversion optimisation, content and more. The Growth MOT will identify how easy it is for users to engage with your brand digitally and where improvements can be made. This is summarised into a report, separated into ‘quick wins’ and ‘strategic builds’, making it as simple as possible to understand and implement the findings. The findings of the Brand MOT are presented within the Coaching Session allowing for any specific questions to be answered.
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