In the last 15 years the number of websites has grown exponentially. The internet has become the most popular place to both do business and to socialise! As a result there is a huge market for web hosting and domain services and for any chance of prosperity in today’s economy, a website, or some sort of internet presence is essential. Whilst having a social media presence is a great start, its no match for having your own website, here are my 5 top reasons for having your own website: –
I often hear people say they don’t need a website, they don’t see any potential for having one, or can see how a website may work for them. However, retail orientated websites really come into their own when business dries up amongst an established pool of customers. A website enables you to reach a brand new target audience and to continue to grow your business – there’s no limit on the amount of clients you can reach with a great website that has great content.
I have kept this article fairly short, if you would like to get in touch (or just fancy a chat!) please feel free to get in touch by launching a support ticket (open a ticket) with our hosting department – we will get back in touch with you as soon as we can.
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