Many small business owners struggle with planning their online presence.
The key to remember when going online with your business is that you want to give customers information about what your business does and is about. If you have a physical location, you want to show potential customers how to find you. You may also want to post information about your services, or a menu if you are a restaurant.
Most businesses do not require an expensive web site design if they are not doing online commerce. Sure, it would be great to have a beautiful web site that pleases the eye, but a custom design is not really required. Customers only care about finding your business or learning more about you. If you can set up an online brochure of sorts with contact details, maps, and product or service information that is current, you are helping those customers learn more about you.
Many of the following questions are asked when the decision has been made to go online:
* What kind of web site do you require?
* How do you find a web designer?
* What is your budget?
* Do I have the time to manage a web designer?
* Will I have time to properly update my site on a regular basis?
How did you answer the questions above?
If you decided you don’t have the time to hunt down a web designer, do not want to spend much money, and just need an informational web site, I have the solution for you: