Why have a website?

So you may be wondering "Is it really worth having a website?" Its a fair question. Obviously, we feel a website is an important part of your business...
But why?

Showcase your work

A well presented website builds trust. You have the opportunity to showcase your business in detail, and include the information you are most proud of. Your website is the perfect place to display your work, customer testimonials, information about pricing, your experience and expertise etc. It also gives your customers the chance to reassure themselves that you are a legitimate business with a good reputation.

Happy clients

Your site is the perfect opportunity to answer customers questions, directly online by using an FAQs section, and by inviting them to contact you directly.

Your "business card"

According to Internet Usage Statistics, 84% of people in the UK now have access to the internet. Your website is your online "business card", which cannot get lost or forgotten!

Open all hours

It's open to the world 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Your potential clients can find your company at a time that suits them. If your customers need to know exactly where or how to access your services, they can check out your site for a helpful map, or address quickly and easily at any time.

Value for money

Once your website is live, your running costs are likely to be very reasonable. For example standard website hosting is just £4.99 per month. (Please note this will vary for ECommerce sites, which require more complex hosting).

Professional

A poorly crafted website gives a really bad impression. "If your site looks like it was designed by a barrel of colour-blind monkeys, your chance at making a good first impression will be lost! " - Tim W. Knox, CEO. In contrast, a professional looking site allows you to shine. It shows you have enthusiasm about your company and want to tell people about it. You will also demonstrate that you value your work, care about your customers, and are every bit as professional as your competitors, regardless of size.