Modern Websites For Business
Do you care how you are dressed when going to a business meeting? And do you go to your meetings prepared for the topic that should be discussed or maybe you just wait there for an instant inspiration? Probably not.
Your website is the “virtual face” of your company. How it looks and feels is important to your customers because it says so much about your business. If it doesn’t work properly, then the analogy is that your business is the same. If they don’t have where to reach you, than they won’t feel appreciated. If your website is not user-friendly, you won’t gain more visitors and potential buyers.
Knowing all of this, we should create a powerful website building with a modern design, fast performance and intuitive structure. Made by the best SEO rules, it should rank your site high on every search engine.
And that’s not all. Your website will adapt to different screen sizes, so your visitors can reach you from their smartphones, tablets, phones – you just name it. You can be there for them 24/7 by adding the subscription and contact forms; you can talk to them through your blog; you can listen to their opinions by adding the comments option on your site.
Website Better Than Facebook Page
Facebook is the biggest social network in the world today, with more than 1.35 billion users. Every day they share 4.75 billion posts on Facebook. Among that 4.75 billion content is your post as well, lost in the sea of shares.
The new Facebook algorithms restrict the shares that are not sponsored, so if you have 20000 fans on your Facebook page, less than 1500 of them will see your post if you don’t pay Facebook to show it.
To build your business on Facebook means to build on a borrow land because you are not an owner of that fan page you manage, but Facebook. You have to follow the rules of the social network and overnight they change. If something is not in line with their rules, your fan page can even be deleted. All scenarios are possible, including the one that Facebook is the biggest social network today, but tomorrow might not exist.
With your posts, there you build the business of Facebook, not your own. It should be the other way around, right?
What happens when you have your own website? You create a content for yourself.
Content that you truly manage, that is yours and that will stay on your website until you decide to delete. it. And the best thing is that no one else but you can do it. Your goal should be to attract the fans from your Facebook page to your website and here – to provide them with a great content. You should keep them active on your website and you should build your own brand loyalty, not the one of Facebook.