Friday, September 19, 2014

Things to Consider When Setting Up a Business Website

If you're not on the internet, you're nowhere these days. Whether or not you're a brick-and-mortar business, there are always reasons to have a business website. This is particularly true if you do online sales. Having a quality website can go a long way in adding new business, but a bad website will often to the opposite.

Here are a few tips on how to create a website that will help your business grow:

Ease of Use: Can a novice internet user get to everything they need? Is any link you need easy to find with big, bright, clear buttons? Is text simple and clear? Is the design attractive without being busy? These are all the signs of a website that users will return to. If you're unsure about the best way to design your site, don't do it yourself. Hiring a web designer will pay for itself many times over.

Secure Use: If you have a website that is used for purchases, then you need to make certain that your customers are able to give you personal information like credit card numbers without having to worry about risking the security of this information. Hiring online security experts and seeking IT security solutions to create a payment system and keep your records free from hackers will be well worth it.

Clear Contact Info: Not everyone wants to ask their questions online. Have a way that customers can contact you if they need more information or want to know the edge your business has over its competitors.

By keeping your website updated, you'll be sure to keep old customers and potentially generate many, many more.

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