Unless you're a business owner who is NOT interested in growing your brand, you NEED to have a website, even if it’s just one page! And, no having a Facebook business page does not count!
A website is an essential aspect of a successful business because іt helps establish credibility and build your brand’s reputation The longer you avoid creating a professional presence online, the less likely you are to reach your audience.
If you aren't already familiar with web design you can start small and build over time. No one knows everything at the beginning. The best advice we can give is to set yourself uр by listening to feedback from customers and make adjustments accordingly. Alternatively there’s always the option of hiring a professional web developer to fill in the gaps for you. In the meantime, if you do have a website for your business it MUST include at least these 5 things:
Pricing for websites is one of the first questions for every business owner, and the answer is never what people like to hear: it depends. That's like asking how much a custom tailored suit would cost without giving the measurements or the type of fabric you want. Unfortunately, there isn't a straight forward answer. But, I can give you things to keep in mind when trying to price out a web design project.
After reading my blog post on the importance of a blog for your SEO efforts, you probably realize how helpful content can be toward the Search Enginge Ranking for your website. But, what you may not realize is that images can also be used to generate traffic from image-based search engines like Google Images.
In my last blog post, I discussed the importance of blogging as part of the SEO strategy for your website. So you're website is finally up and running the way you want it to, but you still aren't seeing the kind of traffic you were hoping for. Unfortunately, this isn't one of those "if you build it they will come kind of moments." You have to give people a reason to land on your website, and to stay on it once they are there. This is where keyword optimization is key.
Would you ever show up to a meeting with a potential client with your shirt untucked, a tie that's way too small, or without brushing your hair? If you're thinking "NO!" that's because you recognize the importance of making a good first (and hopefully lasting) impression. The same concept of a good first impression should be applied to your company website.