This is the conclusion of our popular podcast with Cameron Madill, an EMyth Coaching client and owner of Oregon-based PixelSpoke.
If you didn't catch the first podcast with Cameron, you can listen to it here.
In this follow up podcast, Cameron talks about how your website shouldn't be just a spoke of your marketing efforts, but rather the hub. Listen as he shares:
- Tips to make your content more effective
- 5 components that drive traffic to your website
- Using Google Analytics to drive change in your organization
About Cameron and PixelSpoke
A graduate of Stanford University with a double degree in Physics and History, Cameron Madill has built his company from a two-person shop out of his apartment to a ten-person agency covering a full range of web services. A graduate of the E-Myth Mastery coaching program, he credits the program with saving his business in 2009.
Located in Downtown Portland, Oregon, PixelSpoke combines artistic ability with a metric-based approach to website development. This winning formula of designing visually appealing websites, and using web analytics to improve design performance, helps them generate results for their clients and establish long-lasting relationships.