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Employers across all industry sectors to ensure that their internal sed Human Resource systems processes align to their business requirements idea of denouncing pleasure and praising pain was born and I will give you a complete account of the system, and expound the actual teachings of the great explorer of the truth.

  • What is a website?
  • Benefits of a website?
  • Common Objections

A business website generally serves as a space to provide general information about your company or a direct platform for e-commerce. A website is a way for a business to reach potential clients and customers locally and around the globe. For a business, a website can contribute to expansion, growth, and an increase in profits. Creating a business website with purpose will ensure that it reaches its potential for success.


1. A website makes you look professional

Consumers today think a website makes your business more credible. Your website is also the perfect place to show off any professional certifications or awards your business has, reviews, products and services. Your website is your online business card.

Beyond that, having your own website lets you create a branded email address (e.g. diana@yoursite.com) which adds a level of professionalism to all of your correspondence, especially if you’ve used a personal email address to conduct business up until now.

2. Your website can attract new customers through Google and Social Media

A well optimized website can help you grow your business in various ways with out trying so hard. It can help your business rank well for a variety of search terms and attract a steady stream of new customers. There are several SEO tools that make it easy to optimize your website without any prior training.

To encourage continued success, you need to attract new customers, and one of the best ways to do it is by making yourself visible on Google and Social Media.

3. You can clearly showcase your products and services

You can show potential customers what they’ll get when they work with you by displaying it on your website. You can also use your website, along with images, to give people a sense of what it feels like to work with your business. Along with adding information about your products and services on your website to make sure you’re attracting the right customers.

4. You can display your best reviews and testimonials

Publishing your best reviews on your website also serves the secondary purpose of creating a permanent archive. Displaying your best reviews and/or testimonials on your website is a great way to establish proof of your happy customers. If your business has appeared in articles from newspapers or popular local blogs, you can also feature those.

5. A website can encourage customers to contact you

A website is a great place to make your contact information easily available to potential customers. Make sure your content is engaging and speaks to yours consumers. Having your contact information in a header or footer so it appears on every single page. Along with adding a contact form with your contact information to every page.

6. You can integrate your website with Google Maps so people can find you more easily

A website lets you embed maps directly into your content. Some businesses, like STEAMLabs, have a map embedded directly onto their home page: An embedded map makes it easy for people who don’t spend a lot of time in your area to find your business. This is particularly great if you host events, as they might attract people who wouldn’t otherwise spend time in the neighborhood your business is in.

7. Your website establishes your place in the industry

If your competitors aren’t online yet, they probably will be soon. Establish yourself as a leader in your field by building a high-quality website first. If your competitors are online, you have a different kind of opportunity: you can build a website that’s completely different from your competitors’ sites, showing potential customers what makes your company stand apart.

8. A website is no longer intimidating to create and manage

In other words, it has never been simpler to create a functional, aesthetically pleasing website. Modern website builders like Squarespace and Wix make it easy for you to build an attractive, mobile-friendly site without any knowledge of code. Even WordPress, the most popular way to make a website, has transitioned to a block editor.

9. A website ensures your success over the long term

In 2020, almost 4.54 billion people (59% of the global population) use the Internet, and more and more people are getting online. Without a website, your business is invisible to these people. As we progress further into the digital era, your business will become invisible to everyone unless you invest in a website. So to stay competitive in this increasingly digital world, your business needs to get online.

10. You can get all of these benefits without spending a fortune

Building a website isn’t just easier than it used to be; it’s also more affordable. If you’re willing to follow a simple, non-technical DIY approach, you can build a website for as little as $70 per year. WordPress, which again is the most popular way to build a website, is 100% free for the core software. If you add a free WordPress theme like Neve or Hestia and cheap website hosting, you can be up and running at a very low cost.

So, do I need a website for my business? The final verdict

Hopefully, by now you’ve realized that the question isn’t “do I need a website for my business”, but “can I afford to not have a website in the digital era”. And the answer, if you want to continue thriving in the long term, is no. A website is one of the best investments any business can make in its future.


We work with small businesses every day, and when it comes to not having a website, we’ve heard just about every excuse on the planet—and they’re all incredibly misguided. I’ve listed the most common objections below, and our typical responses.


This is the most common objection we hear from small business owners. Look—your website is your number one marketing asset. Saying you don’t have the budget for it is like saying you don’t have the budget for an LLC license—you’re going to get in big trouble later if you don’t fork over that initial investment.

Get a website—it doesn’t have to be fancy and expensive, but it needs to exist, and it needs to be able to be found by search engines.



Even if you have more business than you can handle, you need a website, no ifs ands or buts. I recently read an article on website ownership that argued against this. Website gives you so many benefits that will constantly help you.



This is a bad idea unless that guy’s career is in web design for your industry. Having a friend or family member make your website is like trusting a handyman to lay the foundation of a skyscraper. A LOT goes into having an optimized website—SEO optimization, file compression, responsive design, schema markup, etc.—and if it isn’t built on the right foundation, it will likely topple over. Even if you DO have a professional web designer as a friend, be careful—different industries have different website design standards. For example, a website for health services will have completely different components and markup than a website for the HVAC industry.



Your customers aren’t “computer users”? That’s baloney. What this business owner is forgetting is that “computer users” aren’t just people using desktop computers. It also includes people browsing websites, social media, and apps on mobile devices.

Not only do 89 percent of US adults use the internet, but 77 percent of them own a smartphone, and in 2016, mobile web traffic outpaced desktop web traffic for the first time.



This is a HUGE misconception a lot of people have. Just because you’re not ecommerce does not mean you don’t need a website. Consumers—even B2B buyers—still need to find you, learn about you, and trust you because they buy from you. The large majority of our clients aren’t ecommerce, and each one of them has seen considerable revenue growth from having a website.

Over 32 years of experience we’ll ensure you get the best guidance.