Getting Your Business Started on the Web is Step One

Inc.com published two reports since 2014 highlighting the fact that the technology revolution has bypassed a large proportion of small businesses. It’s cheap. It’s easy to do. And it can take less than 5 minutes to get set up. Yet more than half of all small businesses still don’t have a website.

So, what’s the solution? How do you get online quickly, with little cost, and relatively little work?

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Step 1 – Consider your goals

Before you jump in and start creating a website, consider what you want to get out of it. For example do you want to increase sales, get more leads or just provide your customers with information?

If you have a small business, you can start by providing your customers with the basics – your location, your contact details and your working/operating hours. If you run a restaurant or other service, you can provide a menu of items or services so that customers can have an idea of what you provide and for how much. They can then make an informed decision about you and contact you if they want to move further with their purchase. This saves you time, saves them time and makes the whole buying experience more pleasant.

Step 2 – Choose a provider

There are numerous providers available to build your website with. Some provide web hosting alone, and you have to supply the finished website yourself. Others provide you with simple website building tools.

The goMobi product allows you to build fast, simple, cost effective and above all powerful sites – so that you can promote your business properly and win more customers. You’re even allowed a free trial and can get started here. If you would like to purchase one for your small business, we recommend visiting this link.

Step 3 – Get that site up

Finally, you need to actually build the site. Presuming you’ve chosen to go with something easy to edit, like a goMobi site, you can input your information in a matter of minutes. The most important information to include is directly related to your business. Business name, telephone number, contact forms, menus and prices are all important for your customers. Try browsing competitors and see what they provide online. You can get an idea very quickly what’s necessary and what’s not.

Last but by no means least, we wish you the very best of luck! Getting online is easier than ever, and it’s the best thing you could do for your business in the next half hour.

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