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Should my small business have a website?

This is a question I'm asked a lot when advising those new into self-employment.

There are many benefits to having a website for your small business:

  1. To establish credibility: In today's digital age, many people expect businesses to have a website. Having a website can help establish your business as a legitimate, professional operation.

  2. To showcase your products or services: A website provides a central place for you to display information about your products or services, as well as photographs or videos that demonstrate how they work.

  3. To communicate with customers: A website can be a useful way to keep in touch with your customers and provide them with important information, such as your business hours, location, and contact details.

  4. To generate sales: Depending on the nature of your business, you may be able to use your website to sell products directly to customers.

  5. To reach a wider audience: A website allows you to reach a wider audience, including people who may not live in close proximity to your physical location.

Overall, having a website can be a valuable asset for a small business, helping you attract and retain customers, establish credibility, and reach a wider audience.

The websites that I build can offer a range of functions including blog and online stores. I can build in both Wix Editor and Editor X.

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