Do you really need a website?
April 10, 2018

The answer is yes. There’s simply no reason not to have a website for your business in today’s day and age. Your company’s website can be very cost efficient and a highly effective marketing tool. Here are 4 key reasons why you should invest in a website, or consider revamping your existing site.

 

  1. Enhance your online presence. Who knows about your business? Where do people go to learn more about you and the products/services that your company offers? How are your customers contacting you? Control your online presence with your website. Easily communicate your brand value proposition and start communicating with your customers more about your latest promotions, special offers, or upcoming events. Communicate online 24/7 to anyone in the world through your website.
  2. Connect to new customers. It’s estimated that more than 2.4 billion people use the internet every day, and over 90% of those people have contacted a business and/or purchased something online in the last 12 months. You’ll be missing out on a big piece of the pie if you don’t have a website. It should be a no brainer!
  3. Build credibility and trust. Use your website as a platform to share your knowledge and expertise. Creating fresh SEO friendly content will help you get noticed.
  4. Leverage social networks. Implement a social media strategy to reach a larger audience and to create more buzz about your business. Establish a presence on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Facebook likes and shares can drive people to your website.

 

If you’re thinking of creating a website or revamping your company’s existing website, give Shannon a call today! (952) 652-7070, or fill out the form.

Shannon Stapleton

Shannon Stapleton

With a background in marketing and design from DCTC, Shannon considers herself a lifelong learner. She makes investing in herself a priority and prides herself in helping others do the same. She thrives from surrounding herself with good people, good energy, doing good work, and giving back in the community.