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Can my business really need a website?
The answer to this question could be"yes" or could be"no." Just the business proprietor can reply it. Recently I went to a popular restaurant in a tiny Virginia town to attempt to sell the owners a website. The restaurant was situated right on the shore overlooking Chincoteague Bay. I moved just before lunchtime at the dead of winter on a weekday. I figured business could be slow and I could chat briefly with the owner.
The owner was gracious and allowed me to run through the basic benefits giving me her entire attention -- even taking a few notes. I figured I had a good prospect of closing this deal. I said,"Can you believe a website is something you'd be interested in hearing more about?"
This was her reply:"We started this place for a bait and tackle shop. Strony WWW Then some asked for sandwiches, so we provided that. Later they wanted a few tables in which they could sit and talk while they ate their sandwiches, so we got chairs and tables and began doing lunches. That resulted in dinners. Then we didn't have sufficient room so we added the screened in porch for the summer. Folks loved the porch so much that we winterized for the colder months. GGSolutions Now that it's January, we thought we may be able to close 1 day a week and get some time away. But we can not. We are too busy. We have never promoted and we are tired. If a website is going to attract more people in here no thanks" This business doesn't need a website.
Only you can ascertain whether your company needs a web site. While making the decision, you want to think about that a web site is multifunctional, and is a communication tool -- not an advertising. If your organization is organized, most your customers is local, and you also own a back-log of consumers waiting to be serviced --and you can manage that service effectively -- you might not require a website.
If you often wish you could communicate effectively with a wider selection of customers / customers, publicly post replies to frequently asked questions, bring new customers, break into new markets and take the market share from your competitors -- then a website is a MUST!
A web site is just like your giant public bulletin board where people can get information about the best way to find you, where you are located, what you need to offer, why your ceremony is unique, and what's new in your company. Additionally, it is easily updated and changed regularly, and it is a communication forum through which your clients can communicate back to you with questions, concerns and opinions on their needs.