If you’ve read a few blog post on our website, you’ve probably seen a few links for our free self-assessment. (And if you haven’t read a few blogs, you should. Really. They’re pretty good.)
Anyway, you might have just glanced at that link and gone back to the content. I wouldn’t blame you for that—like I said, our blog is pretty good (and I’m not just saying that because my bosses write some of them). Do you really need to take this assessment? After all, you’ve got plenty of useful information in front of you. That’s all you need, right?
Well, maybe so. Maybe you’re already on the right track with your SEO, social media, email marketing, etc., and just need a few bits of info. But here’s the thing: What if there’s something that could benefit your business and you don’t even know about it?
There are a lot of online resources and opportunities, and it can be hard to keep track of them all. Our assessment gives you a free and painless way to evaluate your web marketing efforts. If you’ve got a blind spot, we’ll help you see it and fill it in.
Tribute Media’s free self-assessment gives you five key benefits:
Our assessment evaluates five aspects of your online presence:
Once you answer the questions, we’ll give you pointers for improving your online presence based on how you answered these questions.
Previous versions of our assessment have asked you to grade yourself on a scale of 1-5. Well, we realized that if you don't know much about web marketing, you probably don't know if you are doing something well or making embarrassing mistakes.
Our new and improved assessment offers multiple choice options so you can select the one that most closely describes you. We'll tell you if you're on the right track or not.
We’ll also supply you with links to relevant blogs to help you take action on our tips.
Once you know how you're doing and are armed with a few resources for further research, you'll also have the opportunity to get a more personalized, in-depth audit from one of our experts.
Our self-assessment costs you nothing and can give you a lot. By answering a few simple questions, you’ll be able to evaluate your web presence and discover ways to improve it.
So, at the risk of sounding redundant…