Websites for Small businesses
A website for a small business is often at the heart of the their online branding. It’s their shop window to show off their products/services and business results.
How do you rate your website? A lead generator machine? Or just something you have to do because that’s what the guru’s tell you?
If the later, then more than likely your thoughts are I’ve got one it will do! Well it won’t!
Websites for small businesses are critical to being a part of your lead generation machine. Nearly all searches for products or services now start with a Google look up!
If you don’t wow the visitor in that first 4 seconds then a potential lead will move on.
Creating one that not only grabs their attention, has to provide you with ways of making them into leads.
When you come to create yours, then think about your customer not about you.
These are a few tips for your online shop window.
Looking For A Website?
We build Websites for Small Businesses.
The objective is to make them become a lead generating machine, to become the clients shop window.
Our process is simple, contact us and tell us what you are looking for and we’ll come back to you with what we can do.
If you like what is proposed we build what you ask us to do.
You check it out and we then release it.
You then either maintain it or we can do that for you.
What we ask is you stay involved, it’s yours not ours, so make us build what you want the website achieve.
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