So many of our clients come to us and say that they have been wanting to invest in marketing efforts for their business, but haven't pulled the trigger yet. We understand that it is a huge step to put your business online and spend the money on a website, but out of all of our clients who come to us needing digital marketing, not one of them has ever regretted growing their brand.
Having a website and an online presence not only builds your brand credibility, but also expands your company as a whole. One of our clients told us this quote and it has stuck with us ever since, "If you don't have a website, you're not real." The first thing a potential customer will do is head straight to the internet to do research. If they have heard of your company, they will look you up and if you don't have a website set up, they may move on to one of your competitors who does. Or on the other hand, if they are just generically searching for your line of work and your aren't coming up on Google, then your competitors will win again.
We work with our clients to not only build you a customized branded website, but we also take it a step further. We integrate all of your social media accounts and brand those as well to make sure everything is clean and looks the same. Being a Google partner also lets us make our clients Google verified, which means they can be found on Google as a Google business. This means that their business hours, contact information and maps of locations will show up on a search. All of this plays a huge role in growing your online brand and having this established online presence will only make you money in the long run.
So stop questioning if your business should invest in a website because the answer is yes. You owe it to your brand to invest in it and grow it, because growth is never a bad thing. More people knowing about your brand = more people investing in your brand. Pro tip: if your website is created correctly with proper SEO tactics and social integration, you will end up making way more money than what you initially spent on the website in the first place.