Let me clarify things now, the number 4 is chosen because it shows itself. It covers all parts of the body: length, width, length and width. It is easier to remember 4 steps than 101. There are four elements: Fire, Air, Water and Earth DNA molecules have 4 bases that make up the genetic code T, A, G and C. The pop group of the 4 seasons and the weather cycles Directions of the compass North East South and West The 4 Noble truth of Buddhism in Hinduism the 4 Cardinal virtues The 4 gospels Even the God of the Bible chose to have his name represented by four letters. in Hebrew.
I think that’s enough to go on, but when you think about it, 4 is like a key number, especially in the sense of perfection. Are there only 4 steps needed to create a successful website that sells fast? The answer to this question is clearly no, but it is not as clear as it is! Let me explain. Step 4 is:
1 Decide what to do.
2 Do it. 3 Test it.
4 Repeat 1, 2 and 3. It’s easy to remember, isn’t it?
You may find that potentially successful processes are staring you in the face. But you may be wondering… How do you decide what to do? Let me explain it further. You need to sit down and set goals (oh no! this isn’t a goal setting workshop yet?) Analyze what you need to achieve your website. How can I achieve my goals? What do I need to achieve this? How much will it cost? Should I do the work myself or get the job done? If I leave, who can I trust to do it the way I want? And the host of other questions just to help you decide what to decide for step #1 Step 2 is easy. Just do it …. Short and sweet. Step 3 is complicated because you need to figure out what works and what doesn’t. Easier said than done, right? However, you can still learn this if you follow the step-by-step instructions. Don’t try to reinvent the wheel, and don’t let that stop you from trying things that others haven’t.
Of course, be careful who you trust when they give you free advice, because some unscrupulous people will try to eliminate their competitors by giving wrong advice and it is misleading. Now, how to test is a big topic in itself. What to try, what to change, when to change it, how to change it. Another fact is that level 3 will always work, that is, you should always try. What works today may not work tomorrow or next week and what doesn’t work today may work next week. I can’t stress enough that testing is the most important step after step #1, but all steps are important. Think about it. If you don’t decide what to do, there’s nothing to do, so there’s nothing to try. You can still do step 4, but that doesn’t work, does it?
To do an effective test you need a test system, note that I said system that I can create my own system, use other systems, use a combination of systems with systems that continue to kill, on the side n ‘parts, connected to other systems that make up subsystems and other things. The system you choose in Step 1 should be one with built-in ergonomics or work well to achieve the desired results with less energy. That being the case, you can act wisely and choose an existing system that has proven itself. The method may be your own or a method that someone else has used or is using to good effect. The important thing here is that you will continue to test and improve the method you have chosen. Have a system. Learn from other planners.
Dichloro-Diphenyl-Trichloroethane (synthetic poison) what? Oh! It’s just me and my creative thinking. These are steps 1, 2 and 3 of DDT (oh! that’s written. If you want to have a “KILLER” website that generates money well and therefore the income generators are 123 profit cost use the DDT method, kill the flies of bad web design, use one method or many that work. If you have tried and failed, seek advice from someone who has been successful. Hmm! I love this DDT 1 2 3 ABC because I always have a little song in my head that will help me with my 4 steps to success and website value.
How will this help? Well, if you and I can remember these steps: Decide what to do. Do it. Test what we did and repeat. Cheat sheet DDT pesticides = deadly, 123 rhymes with DDT as ABC, think of a song, I think of OK OK I hear you say by Michael Jackson! Where is step 4? It’s easy it’s REPEAT REPEAT REPEAT REPEAT not 1 2 and 3. So here. I hope you find it useful.