Do you really need a websiteIn 2014, 38 million adults (76%) in Great Britain accessed the Internet every day almost twice as much compared to 2007.
73% of which used the internet to find out about good or services, an increase from 2007 where 58% of Great Britain internet users admitted that this was one of the reasons they used the internet.
This shows an estimated additional 15 million adults in the Great Britain using the internet to research good or services. An estimated 89% of which was searched through Google
If this doesn’t give enough reason to take the leap into having a website for yourself then maybe just think of how many people you, your employees, your family and your friends could possibly explain the full extent of your abilities or the service you supply in one week? Then think about the cost of the cups of tea and coffee to wet their whistles afterwards.
A well distinguished and designed website can not only get your message across perfectly each and every time but it can also lay the foundation to most if not all of your visitors first questions, giving you time to spend developing relationships with the visitors who want to utilise your services and products.