The internet has become the significant source of information and any organization of any size must have a web presence. It is as expected as a business card. While look and feel are important, it is less important to have a one-of-a-kind design. In fact, navigation and working functionality are vital to visitors’ perception and constant optimization is vital to search engines.
A website is generally the first point of contact and organizations are judged in a similar fashion as a salesperson’s clothes and shoes. If they looked worn-out, dated, tired or unprofessional, then a sale can be lost before anyone ever makes contact with the company. The saying
You only have one time to make a good impression”
So, don’t let your website blow-it!
A website should be mobile friendly, easy to navigate, and follow standard or expected protocols. It should include a profile of the organization, product information, contact information and good photography. Additionally, an FAQ is also good for helping with optimization as well as to educate visitors and potential customers or clients about the different products offered. Adding a cart for ordering and scheduling deliveries or letting consumers know what is in and out of stock or season. This also makes a site sticky and gives site visitors a reason to come back and often.
Our fee for small businesses start at $1,500. The largest site the agency has developed to date was well into six figures.