Why Create Your Own Website For Your Business

Why Create Your Own Website For Your Business?

Why Create Your Own Website For Your Business?

Not a few business owners have asked that question.  If you are a business owner and you still have not taken advantage of the edge that having a business website brings, then think again.

There are almost 4 billion internet users worldwide and usage has been steadily increasing over the years.  With volume as huge as this, it is important for your business to have an online platform and take advantage of the benefits an online presence offers.   Below are just some of the advantages of having your own business website:

Makes it easier for prospective clients to find you.

Why Create Your Own Website For Your BusinessThis is the digital age we are in.  When you create your own business website you are establishing a presence on the internet which makes it easier for clients, prospective and existing alike, to find you. A website allows you the opportunity to be easily seen.

A well designed site will allow you to get valuable leads and these leads you generate online gives you more chances of making a sale.

Enables you to establish credibility

Your business website allows you to let your prospective know who you are and why they should buy from you.   With a well-designed and well-organized website, you are able to impress your customers and with well-written blog posts that show your expertise in your field, you establish credibility. When you become credible, you become trustworthy; and trust leads to more sales.


Provides a platform to interact with your existing customers and potential clients.

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Because a website allows easy interaction between you and your customers, this creates good synergy.  When you allow your customers to communicate with you easily, you are able to respond to them In a timely manner.

This results to customer satisfaction which in turn could translate to better conversions. Remember that customers are the lifeblood of your business, thus, keeping them satisfied is a crucial to your success.

Allows you to have a wider reach.

Your business may right now have a lot of local clientele.  But a website allows you to reach more customers on a wider scale and even allows you to go global.  And since your website is accessible 24/7 it would be as if your business never closes.

As I have mentioned previously, there are today billions of internet users.  Imagine what your business can gain if you can reach even just a fraction of that.   Furthermore, with the correct techniques, you can even target your market and generate more targeted leads.

Enables you to project your business as an industry leader.

Through your blog you can provide valuable information for your clients and potential customers and this allows you to establish yourself as an expert in your industry.  You become the “go-to” authority in your field which boosts your credibility and in turn, results to higher sales conversion.

leading edgeGives your business a leading edge.  

Today, whenever people want to get information on a product or an organization the first impulse is to search it on the internet.  People today do extensive research before deciding to buy a product and the internet is the first, and most of the time, the only resource they turn to to do this.

Having an internet presence will put you at the forefront of the buying arena that can in turn boost your revenues.  Businesses that have taken advantage of the internet have gained competitive advantage and have realized significant gains because of this.

A website is a more cost-effective medium for promoting your products and services.

There is no doubt that other forms of advertising like print and broadcasting media are very effective.  However, these are expensive.   If you are a small business owner, a website can prove to be a more cost-effective medium for promoting and advertising your products.

open for businessAgain with the volume of would-be customers on the internet, your chances at making a sale is multiplied ten-fold.  Big businesses have seen the effectiveness of having a website and thus have leveraged on this in addition to other forms of advertising.  Small business owners

You get free marketing and promotion.

With a business website, you can leverage on the power of social media.   When your audience like what they read on your blog, the tendency would be to share the information with others.  This gives your website, and your business for that matter, better chances to be discovered.

Some people may argue that there are a lot of businesses doing well even without a website.  That is a valid point.  Then why create your own website for your business? The answer to that is simple.

Have you considered how much better your business can do if you invest in and create your own business website?    Think about it.

Let me know your thoughts by leaving a comment below.

All for now.  See you in my next posts.


2 thoughts on “Why Create Your Own Website For Your Business?

  1. Hi Kathy,
    You mention leveraging the power of Social Media to which I always provide my links to created posts on the likes of Facebook, Google+ Twitter and Pinterest to which brings a bit of traffic in.
    I find Google+ very powerful as many of my Google+ links for the posts I have shared the link for on their platform are appearing in Google+ search results when you type my title’s keywords into the Search Bar.
    Embedding videos from YouTube into my created posts is very powerful for my niche too as I can physically show the products and this is producing excellent results.
    Thanks for your Creating a Website post,

    1. Hi Simon! I have always believed in leveraging the power of social media. I have a business website whose traffic increased significantly after I created a Facebook business page. And since my FB page is targeted to users who are interested in what I am selling, as a result, I get quality, targeted links to my website. I also get this from my YouTube channel which is also targeted to my business niche. Your post about Google+ is very interesting that I think I will start focusing on this medium for added traffic generation. Thanks for dropping by. 🙂

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