Why Do I Need a Website?
You might be on the fence about this whole “website” thing, and we get it. We totally get it. There’s a lot to think about, but we’re here to help! We want to share with you some of the most important reasons of why you need a website.
One of the most beneficial services a website provides is that it never closes. Your website will be open 24/7 and can help your customers or clients even while your business sleeps. This allows those who might not be able to call or come talk to you in person to reach out through your website to gain more information.
With your own website, you won’t need to rely as much, if at all, on brochures (you’re welcome, Earth!). Having your own website is an essential part of your marketing strategy. Your website will be like an online database of all things you. Customers or clients will be able to search for your business and learn about your products and services online. Plus, people throw away brochures; they can’t throw away your website.
Having your own website increases communication. Creating a website allows you to also have your own, very professional email address. No one wants to email someone’s personal AOL account from middle school when they could be emailing [email protected] Plus, you can easily integrate communication right on your website! With the addition of contact forms, customers can send questions they have to an email address of your choosing whenever they want. And like with anything else, communication is key.
One of the main reasons you need a website though, is that it keeps you relevant. We live in a world where everything is digital. We find restaurants, entertainment, health providers, hair salons, and so much more with the help of the internet. Why wouldn’t you want your own business to get found? Having your own website lets people know who you are, what you do, and why people need your service. And in a world where everyone has their own website, it’s important that yours stands out amongst the competition. And that’s where we come in ?