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business websitePerhaps you would be raising one of the most common questions – “What if I only have a small business since I have just started out, do I really need my own website?”


Let me tell you a little story. Way back in 1998, all signs indicated that a huge portion of future business revenues would be coming from online or offline transactions that were results of online marketing efforts. And the signs were real. Online marketing is without a doubt a hit regardless of what industry you belong to!


So should you really have a business website even if your business is small or you’re just starting out? The answer is yes, without a doubt.


Consider this fact – More than more than 20 shoppers are online buying anything from accessories to books to cars to real estate to other services. With this, you should establish your own online presence so that customers, clients, potential employees, business partners, or even investors can easily and quickly know more about your business and the products or services that you offer.


But it’s not just enough to have your own website. You must have a professional-looking one if you desire to be taken seriously. Most consumers now search online prior to purchasing or acquiring anything that is why you have to give a good first impression once they tick on your website for checking.


The Internet has been good in leveling the playing field when it comes to competing with big companies. So with a carefully-designed website, your tiny operation represents a professional image of a bigger company.


Another thing about the Internet is that size doesn’t matter when it comes to benefiting from a website. Not owning a website is synonymous to losing your business to other companies that do have.


Your website speaks loud about your business. It gives the visitors an overview of what they must expect from you and your business so might as well take that extra effort to design and present your website in an appealing and professional manner.


Your website is an important ingredient of your business and you must treat it with utmost care.


Take care,

Annetta Powell
Your Professional Success Coach

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