We have had a number of website requests which seem like a good idea at the time.
However, although these requests are a good idea, further marketing is required.
Some of the websites we have been asked to create are listed below.
All these websites have been created before and are established by main companies ie. Tinder, Ebay, Yell etc.
For your site to succeed, you will have to choose a website idea that has not been done before and has a unique selling point. Such a site might be a dating site for engineers only, or an auction site which specialises in one particular product ie. bicycles.
As a website design company we obviously want to encourage you to purchase a website from us. However we decided to produce a number of reasons why you shouldn’t have a website for your company. We have listed these below:-
You’re a spy agency and don’t want to be found!
You’re making too much money!
You have too many customers!
Your primary customers do not have access to the internet.
If the above doesn’t apply to you contact us and see how we can help. We will listen to your ideas and create a website you will be proud of. Remember we offer the following on all new websites that we develop:-
Free website name registration ending in .co.uk for 2 years
It’s easy to see why a larger company might need a website, but why would a smaller company need one? If you’re running a locally-owned shop where most of your customers come in from around town then what more could a website add? The short answer: plenty. There are a number of reasons why having a home site is an excellent idea, from increasing the number of customers you get, giving them a better overall experience and encouraging loyalty to making your business appear more reputable overall.
Here are a few key reasons why you should make sure you’re online.
It goes without saying that these days, most people find new services and products online. If your name isn’t popping up in search results when potential customers look for similar products, you’re passing up an easy opportunity to reach people.
Stand apart from your competion. Think about it: would you rather buy from a business after getting to know the ins and outs of their service from their site or from one with little more than a name and a phone number?
Social media isn’t enough. Social networks can greatly enhance your community-building efforts, but a Facebook page or Twitter is seldom enough. Social media should instead be used for growth after you have a solid base to link to. On business cards and when meeting new customers, you’ll want to refer people to your home site and not necessarily a social media handle.