Congrats. You’re the next contestant on… the economic stage. You just opened up shop and are ready to break records and grab the number one spot in your neck of the business woods. You’re the boss. The head honcho. The person in charge. And with that, the buck stops with you. So, now’s the time to start thinking about getting your company in front of the masses to get lots more of those bucks to stop at you.
You need to start wrapping your mind around a solid marketing strategy. And then wrap all that around the core of that strategy which will be your company’s website. Consult a Dallas web developer. They will tell you that your Internet home will be the face of your business around the globe. That is what people will see first, then judge you on second. Don’t be left hanging with no answer when people ask you, “Do you have a website?”
Your company has two potential fronts: the physical storefront if you’ve got the brick and mortar thing happening, and then there’s the virtual one that everyone should have. A website developer will be your online architect, designing and planning out the most beneficial Internet home for your company – one that invites each and every person in your targeted market to come and hang out. You need to capture the peoples’ eyes, and then be able to hold their gaze.
Do take a quick moment to go over DIY (“do it yourself”) websites and blogs. Yep, the template and freebie jobs that scream “newbie.” Sure, they may be okay…for the novice businessperson and those who don’t value marketing much, if at all. The DIY sites are template-based and will most definitely make your company end up looking like a thousand other cookie cutter services out there. You will blend into the crowd and get lost in the mix.
The more discerning clients can spot an iffy and low-end website a mile off. It then sets off a warning alarm in their wallets to not go with the company represented by such a flagrant disregard of advertising initiatives. But, if attracting customers and making money isn’t your thing, a cookie cutter template is right up your alley. (Just so you know, that alley won’t see much thru traffic.) If you’re serious about success then you need to contact a Dallas web developer to custom craft you an Internet HQ that outshines the sun and your competition.
Oh, something else about those blogs. They are super great for personal use. They can even be – and should be! – embedded into your custom website. However, as previously mentioned, a blog does not a true website make. It can’t be considered your company’s official web home. Blogs just aren’t designed to be virtual storefronts. Blogs are meant to be, well, blogs.
You want your company to become a household name, right? A name brand that people sing a jingle to? If so, touch base with a Dallas web developer to make it happen.
Everyone and their brother is on the Internet peddling something these days. And many of them are peddling the same stuff you are and effectively taking food off your table. Time to snatch it back. Start with a solid web presence and go from there.
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