21 May #051: Jon Hollenberg | Five by Five
He has worked with more than 500 Australian and international companies including the likes of Porsche, Qantas, Jetstar, Jeep, Chrysler and Dodge.
In addition to growing a team of some 20 plus employees who build great looking and high performing websites, Jon is also an accomplished speaker and has presented at many seminars throughout Australia. He has also written a book titled “Love at First Site” where he lays out a strategy for working with the right people to build a stylish and functional website.
During this chat, we covered:
- why it’s often extremely hard to get a great website built
- website strategies and budgets
- making it easy for Google to find you online
- why he wrote his book and how he uses it to help build his company
- ideas for creating great content
- one of the ways he gets a steady stream of referrals and new clients, and
- why he recommends beginning your day with a cold shower
To learn more about Jon, his work and to buy his book, head to fivebyfive.com.au.
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Additional Show Notes –
As I mentioned during the intro, Jon has authored a piece for the blog, you can find it here.
During the episode, Jon and I talked about the customer journey which is basically the way potential clients travel through your website as they get to know you. Jon makes a practice of drawing out this sequence for his own company on a whiteboard wall he built in his office. He’s been kind enough to send me a photo of the actual whiteboard including the sequence, left in high resolution so you can zoom in for detail.