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Don’t just market your business online. Do business online.

by Mira Brody - August 29, 2016
Web DesignWeb Development
If you run a business, you may have a website to display branding, location and contact information — a digital billboard. Although this billboard may help grab people’s attention and get them to your storefront, there are many additional ways a website can help your business. With a custom site you can not only tell people that you do business, you can conduct business.

A good example would be a dog boarding facility. Yes, you want people to be able to find you and call your front desk to get their questions answered, but why not save time by answering their questions directly online? And what about the customers who need to book reservations or a training class for their dog? What if these customers are at work from 9-5 and need customer service after hours? What about the manager who needs to administrate those reservations on the backend, schedule trainers, order supplies and process payments?

These are the questions that build a custom website.

If you’re a business just starting out on a shoestring budget and need to attract customers, a simple billboard site may be useful to you. However, when you start to grow, you’ll need your site to grow with you, act as your POS system, schedule appointments, administrate billing, generate invoices — anything you need to serve your customers.

We work with our clients to uncover these needs, to reveal the full potential of a website and how it can improve your business workflow, saving you money in the long run. As your startup grows, so should your site, and that is where your investment will pay off quickly. If you have questions about how a custom website can help your business, give us a call! We will help you uncover needs and goals in order to help your business thrive.

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