When you look at your community or service providing company and compare it to yesterday’s game, are you the Patriots or the Falcons?
If you’re the Falcons, you were doing great with a high census or strong customer base, succeeding in providing a quality service, making a lot of smart decisions and then tough times hit. You stayed with your plan, didn’t make many changes, then you did, but they were bad decisions. Your census has taken a dip, clients have been lost to other companies and you are struggling to survive. When tough times hit, you have to review everything you are doing, keep what is working, but change what is not. Many companies panic and try to reinvent themselves completely, while not keeping some part of their identity, others just try to survive, sticking with the same plan and strategy, hoping things will turnaround. It’s a tough call, but a smart mix is the answer, in tough times, don’t be too extreme.
If you are they Patriots, business was deflated, but you made some changes and then looked for the right opportunities to bounce back and return to strength. You relied on your core competencies, but also used some new tools to speed up your recovery. You won because of your historical strength combined with some well-timed, well-thought out changes and opportunities presented to you by your competitors.
That’s what we believe in here at New LifeStyles. We continue to upgrade our product, but base these changes in historical success that people trust and believe in. Enough evolution to keep our product fresh and relevant. If you have turned away from us in the past, its time to come back and see what we can offer your community or business.
Currently, we are working on the following guides:
All have great distribution and excellent online traffic. Our site, continues to perform well, with an increase in traffic and improvement in all quality traffic numbers.
If you need a new web site, we are the people to talk to. We host and manage over 300 sites in the industry that we designed and built. Studies show that most sites have a shelf life of 3-4 years, especially in regards to search engine optimization, so yours may be outdated.
Please contact us today for more information on the upcoming guides, our web site and/or a new site for you. In the meantime, I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s festivities. Doug