Why Every Business Needs a Website…

  1. Think of your website as the Yellow Pages of 10 years ago, if your not listed, customers can’t find you and more importantly they’ll find your competitors!
  2. After your customers finds your product or service, your website will allow them to contact you easily and quickly via your channel of choice (email, phone or fax).
  3. Your website is accessible to your current and future customers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Whether for information or for online sales, your website never sleeps and doesn’t get paid overtime.
  4. A quality website adds credibility to your business (and a badly designed website will hurt your credibility). I’m sure you’ve heard the expression you get what you pay for… High 5 Productions goes out of their way to give you more bang for the buck. We always give you more than you asked for and always strive to over deliver!
  5. Your website allows you to create an image of trust and reliability that will give confidence to your customers, assuring them that they’ve made the right decision by choosing to do business with you.
  6. Your website allows you to showcase information and services that sets you apart from your competition.
  7. In today’s environment, any legitimate businesses is expected to have an online presence. This expectation will only increase.
  8. Your website is an extremely useful tool for answering your customers Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and for you to highlight information that allows customers to get to know you and your business better.
  9. It’s your online brochure and catalog that can be updated at anytime. A website is easier, cheaper and quicker to update than print material. Its’ capacities are almost limitless which allow you to provide users with more comprehensive information. This will save you money on printing and distribution costs as well.
  10. Your website is the most cost effective way to expand your business. On the Internet, you aren’t that local little business anymore. You have the potential to be seen by millions. It’s conventional business wisdom that says “if your company is not growing, it’s dying”.