Launch Your Online Marketing – Fast
Bypass the Staggering Costs and Delays of a Conventional Website
The average professional website costs $5,000-$10,000 and takes 2-6 months to build.
Even simple changes like the addition of a page can take weeks for a busy agency. Or you can spend hours doing it yourself – if you know how.
Meanwhile, lost sales opportunities pile up. What if instead, you could start your online marketing in just one week?
Website in a Week
The point of building a website isn't the website itself. It's to start generating sales, collect emails, and get the word out.
Solo Sites are simple, one-page websites that give all the basic information your customers need. It's like a Home, About, Services, and Contact page all in one.
The simplicity of the Solo Site makes it quick and affordable to launch so you can start marketing right away.
Expand as Your Budget Allows
Using the Quick Pages platform that hosts your Solo Site, you can build pages as you expand into new markets or as you can afford - with no burdensome investment or waiting period up front.
With your Solo Site providing your basic service description, you can then launch unlimited individual, highly targeted landing pages.
These landing pages serve as the hinge of marketing funnels that bring customers all the way from the moment of awareness to the moment of sale.
Quick Pages Bring All the Pieces Together
Quick Pages are more than just landing pages. They come with a marketing system designed to help you move leads through the sales funnel – from introduction to final sale.
Live in 1 Week
Just place your order, fill out the project order form, then have a brief consultation with our marketing experts. Your Solo Site goes live a week after that.
Affordable & Scalable
No front-loaded investment for more website than you need. Just pay for one page at a time as your marketing campaigns demand.
Take the guesswork out of your marketing returns. We deliver tailored reporting on traffic, sales, and more that serves as the basis of sound business decisions.
Quick Pages optionally includes integration with leading mailers and CRMs to complete your marketing and sales system. We even teach you how to use them.
Unlimited Landing Pages
Launch as many effective, professionally-designed landing pages as you need to support your marketing campaigns. You can even learn to build your own!
Our landing page hosting is optimized for page loading time, uptime, redundancy, and security. It’s part of what makes Quick Pages so quick.
But Don’t I Need a Full Website?
Conventional wisdom says yes. Our answer is, it depends – and you always have the option to combine your pages into a full website.
The truth is, most small businesses can start selling their services with only either one general home page (Solo Site), or one specialized landing page (Quick Page).
This allows you to start making money from your current marketing campaign even as you work on the next one. Otherwise, you’d have to wait until your entire website is complete to even start your marketing – meaning weeks or months.
Some websites never expand beyond one page, but generate tons of results with little overhead.
Other businesses build numerous, separate pages for years before combining them into a website.
Every business is unique, but one thing remains constant for small businesses: building one page at a time gives you the flexibility and agility to adapt to any situation.
This makes Solo Sites perfect for solopreneurs, professional services, small businesses, startups, new product launches, and more.
EVOLVE YOUR MARKETING ORGANICALLY
Typically, you only get to test your website’s effectiveness after the grand opening – several months and thousands of dollars after you put the order in.
If it misses the mark, it might take months more of adjustments and redesign to draw traffic and make sales.
Why not start selling immediately instead, and fine tune while you grow your online marketing, rather than after?
The Solo Site and Quick Pages combo allows you to affordably build your marketing one piece at a time, and to start generating revenue while you move on to the next piece.
That way, each marketing step funds the next step. And by the time your marketing operations are full-fledged, every part is already honed and working together.