Even as a young girl, I loved bringing a business to life and watch it grow. Other girls wanted to babysit, while I worked out the percentage I could charge for getting them jobs and managing them. A lemonade stand was not a “fun” way to waste a summer afternoon, it was a very serious business involving customer acquisition and profit margins. I was born an entrepreneur, and I believe you are either born that way or you’re not. I see an opportunity, and I have no other choice but to create the business capitalize on that opportunity. My husband, on the other hand, just wants a job (so I made one for him).
After years of struggling through being an “employee” I started Web Impakt, which over the last 10 years, I perfected (if I do say so myself). I’ve led my team to launch everything from simple web pages to enterprise level systems. I’ve managed dozens of developers and designers, yet still, have had to roll up my sleeves on a Saturday evening (after all, if you want a job done right, eh?). And most importantly, I’ve gotten very good at generating traffic and leads, not only for my business but for my client’s businesses as well.
Traffic and leads… attracting and cultivating that resource is what it’s all about if you’re not doing that, then the engine of your online marketing strategy has no fuel to work. But if you’re smart, and place your focus on driving website visitors to make ONE CLICK and enter your world, you have a lead. Lead’s become a client. So, how do you get that one click, and what do you do with it? That’s the easiest part, you come to me, and they don’t call me “One-Click Lindsey” for nothing! My hand-picked team at TrafficAndLeads.com and I ensure that my clients get the traffic and leads their business needs using proven techniques. Not only that, I have the muscle of Web Impakt at my disposal to fulfill any desire my clients have, no matter what.
I am living a life beyond the wildest expectations of that little girl creating flyers advertising her “Babysitter’s Club.” Best of all, I get to spend my days doing the only thing I’ve ever wanted to do, helping small businesses grow.