Our web development relationship with our clients is a very methodical process. There are 8 steps we take to make sure you are happy with your purchase.
We take the time to learn about your company, products you offer, and your main objective. We analyze your competitors to help develop a strategy. We then formulate questions in order to help us learn the finer details.
We Provide several designs for your approval. Provide us your logo, or a color palette you would like to use, and we start designing.
This is the time we take to apply any required programming. If there are any extra steps that we agreed to, this is where the extra programming time would come in.
We perform Quality Assurance. We make sure that all features of your new site are working as expected.
Search Engine Friendly
We apply basic Search Engine Optimization. We give you a jump start, and make sure that your site is ready for the search engines.
After we turn over the site to you, we’re not done. We provide maintenance and general training on the site for the first 30 days after launch. We make sure everything is working as expected and make corrections if they aren’t. We provide a management system for you to use, along with daily backups and visitor statistics.
Importance of a Website in 2021
So what’s the real importance of a website anyway? Who needs one, and why. What do they really do and provide?
Turns out, well pretty much everyone & everything.
Over 4 BILLION people are using the internet, and over 5 billion internet searches made per day on Google alone.
It’s a popular place these days. Below we take a look at what an online site does for a business and the reasons why that’s important to you.
We know it’s nearly 2021 and not 1920, the business world and even society have moved into the digital age. With the internet and websites becoming increasingly important, a useful requirement for modern life, but you already know that, right? As you wouldn’t be here otherwise.
After all, you did use the internet to visit this website to find information about… well websites.
Why Have a Website?
Every business is different, and each business will gain from having a website in different ways. If you’re asking yourself, why have a website? Well there are various reasons for different businesses.
Some businesses will get more from the additional marketing opportunities such as ultra-low-cost online ads.
A different company can benefit more from having information accessible online.
Even simple things like an address with directions and a map to your business can make a world of difference.
The benefits for having a website and the importance of one is all about the benefits it provides CUSTOMERS and YOU as a business.
Primary reasons for having a website are:
- Important for marketing
- Increasing sales from online customers
- Builds the customer trust factor
- Accessible 24>7
- Makes the correct first impression
- It’s cost-effective with positive ROI
- Convenient for customers & accessible from anywhere
- Looks and is professional
- Greater audience reach
- Builds connections with customers
These provide not only great additions to any business and help your customers but also necessary functions, doing a lot more for your business than meets the eye.
We will take a closer look at these and what a site provides you with the reasons why having one is essential.
The Importance of a Good Website for Business
Do you need one for your business though?
It’s pretty safe to say that yes, you probably do, even one that you hardly use. Because it’s not just about what it does for you, it’s about what it does for your customers.
If customers are searching for you online (and they will be), then you will want them to find your site, while having your own social media page is helpful. It’s also unprofessional without there being an official site to back it up.
We have seen many instances where a company’s social media page has been taken down for no apparent reason.
You have to remember these pages belong to another company and not you, such as Facebook, Twitter. Social media companies do reserve the right to delete pages they host, and this is mentioned in their t&c.