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Many companies think that they might not need a website if you aren't a retail space or offering services that are open to the everyday consumer. The truth, however, is quite the opposite.No matter your industry, a website is an integral part of your business- just as integral as having business cards.
Read the five reasons your company needs a website and how O'Neill can help you build one:
1. Your Competitor Is Doing It.
If someone is online searching for your type of business, you will miss out on the opportunity for their business and even worse they will find your competition. Having a well-written and well-designed website allows you stand apart from your competitors and be visible to a large audience.
2. You are a 24/7 Resource
People are busier than ever and they need to be able to look for information at their convenience, and sometimes, that can be while your business is closed. They want to know your contact info, about you, what people say about you and what your business does. A website provides simple information that can turn an inquiry into a sale or prospective client.
3. Gives Your Business Credibility
A well-designed and easily navigated website gives your customers the feeling that you are a credible business since you invested into an online presence that they can always access and gather information from.
4. Showcase Your Business
Having a website allows you to showcase your business message through photos, call-to-actions and information on your services or products though content. By highlighting your company's strengths, it gives consumers to get to know your brand and how you can be a resource for their specific needs.
5. Customers Will "Google" You.
Today's consumer are most likely to do online research on your business before they contact you. Having a business website is essentially like having a printed brochure for your customer to access.
Although simple, these are five simple reasons that a business needs a website which can display the company's brand, its message and its capabilities within its target markets.
Contact O'Neill and let's see how we can work together to build your brand's website and help your company thrive.
- Written by Will Reese
- Category: Websites
- Published: 19 August 2014