Monday, January 14, 2008

But enough about you. Let me tell you all about me.

Vaspers may be gone from Twitter (IANT), but he's not forgotten. This is what he says. This is what Vaspers says.

Websites are for customers, not companies. I mean: what your company wants to achieve with a website is nearly irrelevant. The focus should be on what users need and want....

Nobody cares about your company. People care about their problems and desires. If your company and website don't make the solutions and fulfillments front and center, you'll lose tons of business. Caring competitors are just a few clicks away on the web....

Your website should be about specific customer needs, interests, and behaviors. When you look at your website do you see yourself? Then it's an online vanity mirror. But if you look at your website and see solutions to problems, fulfillments of needs, or enhancements of a lifestyle, then you're on the right track.

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