All of that aside, what would possibly be the reason to not have a website? This I find amazing, that even these days some people do not believe they need a website for their business, they are so convinced that all their business is from the old “word of mouth” that they don’t need to waste the money on a site. All I say to that is, fine, but consider the future, not the present. Of course your current business may come via referrals etc. but in the future it wont. Even if your name is given by word of mouth do you not think that the person hearing your business name isn’t going to do some research on Google? Of course they will, and increasingly so.
Is a website expensive?
Back to basics, is it expensive to build a website? a website can be as cheap as only a few hundred dollars, through to only a few thousand for a fully integrated online store. In short, ITS CHEAP! Very Cheap! A website is your online brochure, your point of reference and referrals. It is the first place new potential customers go to find information! And one thing is for sure, your competitors ARE online and are serious about their online marketing and presence.
You don’t have to be actively “playing around” with your website daily, you just need to keep it relevant, up to date, and interesting. Simple! Anyone can do that. It doesn’t matter whether your business is B2B or B2C, you need an online presence via a website. The good news, is for most B2B type sites big dollars do not need to be spent, literally a few hundred dollars will get you a website up and running. Usually within a day or two.
So if you need to ask “Do I need a Website for my business?” you can only have one sensible answer! Yes!
If you want an obligation free quote for your website please feel free to ask. In most instances small and easy sites are completed and online within a day or two. So contact us now to see just how cheap and easy it is to get online with your own website. Or even if you have an old “ugly” site, these can be prettied up very easily.
Get ONLINE now! No excuses, unless you don’t really care about your business’s future.