So you’ve thought about having a website for your business, but aren’t sure if having one is worth the investment? Regardless of the business goals of your website, having a web presence should be a part of any business plan. This article will describe five key benefits of having a business website.

Benefit #1: Demographic Data

Having a good idea of who your customers are, and what their needs are, are important aspects of marketing for a business. Having a website, combined with free tools such as Google Analytics can really help you determine your marketing demographics. Reporting tools, such as Google Analytics, can provide you with a lot of different data – pages with the most hits to how people are finding your website. This type of marketing data can be used to grow your business.

Benefit #2: Customer Driven Approach

Having a website gives you the ability to drive more customers to your brick and mortar locations. Because your website is online 24/7, customers aren’t limited to learning about your business during normal business hours. In addition, you can tailor your website to give your customers exactly the information that they are seeking.

Benefit #3: Credibility

Having a well-designed, professional looking website, will provide credibility to your business. Well written web content will keep your customers engaged, and encourage them to explore your website and learn about who you are as a business. More and more people are searching for services and products on the web versus, if you don’t have that crucial web presence, you are ‘giving’ business to your competitors.

Benefit #4: Ease of Customer Interaction

Many people think that a website is simply a place to put information, but at it’s core a well designed and maintained website is much more than that. Having the opportunity to get to know your customers through the use of social media and a blog will provide you with more information about what your customers are looking for and expecting from you. The easier it is for people to interact with your business, the more likely they are to remain a satisfied customer. You can also design your website contents specific to address your customers’ needs. This drives more visitors to your website as they are more likely to share this information with people they know through the power and reach of social media.

Benefit #5: Maintainability

Unlike print media, a website is easy to change, and can be updated as frequently as needed. In addition, the cost to change content on a website is only measured through time, whereas a piece of printed material includes time and material. A website won’t replace the need for printed material, but a well designed site with targeted content can supplement the print materials. You can easily use your website to provide your clients with printed materials through downloads, or provide your clients with video media that they can watch directly within your website.

by Michael Hodge Jr

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