About Ben Woodruff

A passionate website marketing professional and South Carolina transplant, Ben is always learning and ready to share new tools and resources. Read more about where this Parrot image came from.

Ben Woodruff, Website and Conversion Specialist

Ben’s Background and Experience

There is a slightly longer and more detailed, personal background titled Who Is Ben Woodruff. If you’d like to read that, feel free to click through and check it out. Otherwise, you’ll find Ben’s professional bio below. Thank you for your interest!

In my four years in a fast-paced, high-performance marketing agency setting, I’ve had the privilege to serve some of the best small business owners alongside some of the most professional teammates in the hearing healthcare and business consulting industries.

I’ve been blessed with a broad range of training and experience. After serving in Iraq with the US Army, I graduated Summa Cum Laude with my BA in Digital Technology and Culture from WSU Vancouver. At Audigy, I started out building websites, collaborating with account managers, content creators, and stakeholders, and optimizing SEO to accomplish inbound marketing goals. Most recently, I’ve been helping B2C and B2B clients achieve their landing page conversion goals through advanced user interface design and development and content marketing strategy.

I’ve greatly enjoyed both my professional and volunteer experiences and look forward to connecting with those I’ve been impacted by over the last exciting few years.

-Ben Woodruff

What We Stand for And Believe in When It Comes to Websites

Instead of only talking about Ben, we’d like to share some principles and values that resound with us and maybe with you as well:

  1. Your website should fit your budget. If you need a free website, I will be glad to share how you can easily build one yourself, even if you aren’t an expert. Websites can easily fit any budget, so I’d love to share info on my site that may help you get the ideal website for your needs.
  2. Your website should be cutting edge and beat your expectations without costing a fortune. There is no reason that a small business should have to spend $10,000 for a high-performing website. The same results can cost you very little if it is done right the first time, whereas some freelancers and agencies will get you hooked on a recurring service fee regardless of whether you get results. Knowing this in advance can help you find a better agency or website freelancer.
  3. It’s your website, so you should get to choose who will manage it. Many agencies will try to lock you in to a long-term service plan with minimal proactive work for an expensive recurring fee. This may work okay for those who want everything managed for them at a basic level of quality. I feel that businesses should have the right to say where their website will be hosted and who gets to work on it. You’d be surprised how many website providers lock down access to only their team, leaving you to guess how it is setup and only rely on their support, or else you agree to give up the website and start over completely somewhere else.
  4. The customer is always right, but user feedback should be sought out. When you feel strongly about a specific change, your website marketer should always give you a carefully researched and/or experience-based recommendation but defer to your choice ultimately. If the page or site doesn’t perform well based on your desired changes, they should then have a strategy for how to improve performance based on data. Qualitative user research and A/B testing can help you see why a different direction would be the best choice.

Current Projects

Below are some currently ongoing projects, in case you’re wondering what Ben is up to right now. For a more comprehensive list of what we’re capable of, please visit the Ben’s Work page. Thank you for your interest!

  • Ben is volunteering to help his church build an iOS app for the national radio broadcast ministry, etsradio.org.
  • In his day job, he’s currently helping to modernize Audigy’s SEO metadata copy and revamp their website marketing offerings.
  • On a daily basis, Ben is working on landing pages for Audigy’s Corporate Marketing team.
  • Ben is also a member of Audigy’s web team, where he works concurrently on multiple website build projects, SEO setup projects, and more advanced client request tickets like website-based landing pages, custom content, and website redesigns.

Availability for New Projects

Since Ben works at a day job for Audigy LLC, he is only available on the phone in the evenings, from 6-8pm on weekdays and anytime on weekends. If you are unable to reach Ben during these times, feel free to leave a voicemail message or text him.

This website and all available services are currently a side-gig for Ben to help augment his ability to support his family and church community. Therefore, projects for clients for the time being have to take a lower priority than his day job. Thank you for understanding!

How Others Have Accomplished Their Website and Conversion Goals

“I have had a great experience with Woodruff Multimedia. Changing my website was much easier than I expected. Ben is very hands on, easy to work with, answered all of my questions, and really listened to what I wanted for my website. He had really great ideas for what would attract more customers and since we have changed the site I have had a lot more online submissions. I am very happy with the end result.”

Tina Nollette, Owner – A To Z Blinds – October 28, 2020

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