If you are looking to build a new startup website or make your current site more effective, here are 10 key steps to getting started and helping your small business website compete effectively in the online marketplace.
You’re in business to make money. You most likely knew that you can do that with your website. What most ecommerce site owners don’t know, though, is how to make an effective design for their websites and stores. Refusing to learn the basic web design tips means a loss of sales. Here are 8 web design tips for boosting those sales, if done correctly.
If you run a small retail business but you haven’t yet created an online shop – or ecommerce site – you might be wondering whether to take the plunge.
No matter what you’re selling, you have probably noticed that many retail businesses around you now offer customers the option to buy online and if you don’t join them, you could be selling yourself short. And that means missing out on customers, sales and importantly, profits.
How do you know when it’s time for a new website? While some of the signs are obvious, there can be other things going on behind the scenes that are damaging the credibility and rankability of your website, without you even realising it.
Millions of businesses now have a Facebook page and it can be a useful tool when it comes to reaching your target audience and engaging with potential customers. But can a business Facebook page replace a website?
Deciding you want a new website is just the first step. You now need to find a web designer who will give you the website you want at the best possible price. In this respect, having a website built can be a bit like sending your car for service or getting a boiler repaired (stay with us on this!). What we mean by this is, if it’s not an area you’re overly familiar with, how do you know you’re getting a good deal?
Every business should have an online presence by now. Most people have the internet in the palm of their hands and will use this to search for companies, services and products. If you haven’t got a website, then it’s realistic to assume that you’re not looking for new customers. If you think you can rely on a telephone directory or a newspaper advert – think again!