Top 10 Reasons Why Your Small Business Needs a Website This Pandemic

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Small business owners in this pandemic should be changing gears and learn how to turn the web for making money.

This pandemic brought about an increased spike in the use of www. With this increased spike, more and more small businesses are turning to the web to get back into business and making money. Unless you’re a small business owner who is not interested in growing your brand, you need to have a website.

This pandemic brought about an increased spike in the use of www. With this increased spike, more and more small businesses are turning to the web to get back into business and making money. Unless you’re a small business owner who is not interested in growing your brand, you need to have a website.

These days building a business website or ecommerce store is easier than ever: it doesn’t cost much money, you don’t have to know how to code or design, your online store is not restricted to business hours, and it’s one of the best means of free advertising.

Having a small business website isn’t just about selling your goods and services — it’s also about providing something of value to potential customers.

With so many low priced online services, there’s really no excuse to keep putting it off.

Still not sure how having a website will help you grow your business?

Here are ten reasons every business needs a website:

1. Your customers expect it.

If this were the only reason on the list, it would be enough. Six out of ten consumers expect brands to provide online content about their business on some form of digital property, and more than half head straight to the brand’s website for product information.

If you don’t have a business website, today’s digital-savvy (and impatient) customers may look elsewhere. Take a look at this list of specifics that customers say they want from a business website.

2. It provides social proof.

Ninety percent of consumers claim that online reviews influence their buying decisions.

You could rely on FourSquare, Yelp, and other review sites to host reviews for your brand, but you can kill two birds with one stone on your own website.

Since potential buyers are already looking for you online, including customer testimonials on your site is a great way to impress potential buyers.

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Maida Barrientos

If you do not have a website today, let’s talk. We can help 🙂

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