Web Design Should be the last thing on your mind

your clients also don't care what new kind of decoration has been recently added to your home page.


Your big and established competitors spend a fortune each month on conventional SEO. What's more, They have been doing it for years. You don't stand a chance against them, if you agree to play it by their rules.

Your smaller competitors alternate between designs on a semi-regular basis, thinking design is responsible for their online failure . No salvation will come there too, I'm afraid.

If you don't adapt your priorities to the current web reality, and embrace guerilla tactics, you will undoubtedly succumb to your bigger competitors, and vanish amongst the thousands of smaller ones.

That's also a fact.

Hi there.

I'm eran galor, a web designer by education, and a web developer and seo for the past 13 years.
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Over the past three years i have shifted my focus from web design and development to web entrepreneurship. I have been using the tools I have developed and the experience I have accumulated to benefit my own interests online. I am the sole benefactor of any smart move i make, and am the only one to pay the price for any bad move.

I stopped designing "beautiful sites" and stopped pressing advice on clients who refuse to listen. What's more, I have come to realize that the doctrines on which I have launched and established a successful web design career have all been wrong.

the next few lines are dedicated for web entrepreneurs who don't want a "beautiful site", but a profitable one.

  • If you think the bottom line is "how much will a website cost me" you are way off.
  • If you think the bottom line is "how much will I stand to gain from a website", please keep on reading.

Over the past 13 years as a web designer and developer I have communicated with more than 2 thousand clients.
I have heard it all.

I have built hundreds of sites for my clients. Most of them failed to make a profit or fulfill their goals.

I have also built dozens of sites for my own projects. Most of them succeeded in making me a considerable monthly profit.

What is the difference between the two?

There are several common traits that all failed sites share:

The common traits of successful sites are:
Focus on Guerilla tactics, flexibility and adherence to the four pillars of web site development success:

The realization that web design is secondary to success (at best) has been brewing in my mind over the past few years. Being a web designer, It was hard for me to accept this notion, but as the evidence to its truthfulness accumulated, I was forced to adapt my way of thinking, and face the facts.

Web design is for designers, and only appreciated by the initiated.

A "good" web design can even hinder the profit margin in certain cases. ( Is that so? )

Feel free to call me at this number +972 580 570771, or drop me a line at info a t galordesign.com to find out more about how I can assist you in your voyage towards success online.