Why You Need a Website . . .


Still wondering why you may need a website or blog for your business?  Well here are over 30 reasons why you need one . . .website designers

You can easily create a blog

  • Easier than newsletters for getting your idea across
  • Can be added to or updated at any time, anywhere
  • Long lasting ‘shelf live’ . . . they exist until you decide to delete them
  • Offer a greater amount of credibility as viewers come to blogs to find information you are passionate about
  • Easy to syndicate
  • Excellent communication medium if you have an opinion to share, a product to sell or a brand to market
  • Can be used as another strategy for marketing or communicating online
  • Facilitates conversation, communication and community
  • No confusion about blogging being spam, the way e-mails can often be looked at as spam
  • Excellent method to share your company’s expertise, build additional web traffic, and connect with potential customers
  • Allows you to share your expertise and knowledge with a larger audience . . . a powerful benefit for consultants and knowledge workers

Promote sales and marketing

  • Promote sales and expand your markets
  • Provide product or service information
  • Gain greater visibility
  • Add another channel of communication to your customers

 Create a presence

  • Communicate public relations messages
  • Post news and press releases about new products, services, business, awards or promotions
  • Generate a positive image of being technologically progressive

 Improve access to information

  • Quicker and easier to browse, search, scan and download vast amounts of information

After an initial (low) investment, reduce your costs

  • Lower your Yellow Pages/advertising costs
  • Lower your printing and shipping costs of brochures and/or documents
  • Ongoing costs are only pennies a day

Improve your distribution

  • Improve and expand the distribution of information to new audiences
  • Enable multiple users simultaneous access to your most current information

Centralize control

  • Changes to information are made at a central point, ensuring the accuracy of new or updated information for immediate distribution

 Reuse information

  • Eliminate the need to repeat the same information in several brochures or documents
  • Link many users to a single, unified information source

 Improve customer satisfaction

  • Customers are served better when they have immediate access to the most current information, which results in improved response time and customer satisfaction

 Maintain your competitive edge

  • Your competition may already have a website

Additionally,  keep in mind these facts if you implement a website

  • You will be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
  • You will have an immediate presence world wide