Managed WordPress Websites for your Business

Does your business need a website? The answer is YES!

It doesn’t matter how large or how small your business is, you need a website. Social media alone can be a big mistake because you’re not reaching your whole market. Not only that, a proper website lends credibility to your business.

Why? Let us give you a few reasons:


People Are Searching for You Online

Four out of five consumers use search engines to find local information. There is a reason that so many companies invest in a website with search engine optimization (SEO): 93% of online experiences begin with a search engine.

There are 3.5 BILLION searches on Google every day, and right now there is someone in your area online and searching for your exact service. Guess who’s getting their business? Your competitor that has a website.

Social Media Reach Is Diminishing

Don’t think you need a website because you’re on Facebook?

So is every other business in America. You need a website even if you have a Facebook page.

It’s getting harder for businesses to connect with users on the platform. Algorithm changes cause organic reach to drop further every day. Facebook is pushing you to pay for ads if you want to be seen, even by people who follow you and WANT to see you.

Even worse, people are spending less time on Facebook than ever before. If you’re trying to reach the younger generations, they’re not even ON Facebook.

Social media can help you grow, but don’t count on using it as your only marketing channel.

48% of Consumers Say a Website Is the Biggest Determinant of Whether They Think a Business Is Credible

Not having a website makes consumers trust you less. In fact, 48 percent of people cited a website’s design as the number one factor in deciding the credibility of a business.

People are more likely to do business with a company they trust, and a website is the first place they go to check for credentials, reviews, and awards.

30% of Consumers Won't Consider a Business That Doesn't Have a Website

We live in a digital age, and your website is your primary marketing asset. On average, Americans spend 23.6 hours per week online and are on their mobile devices for up to five hours per day.

Consumers expect companies to have an online presence (including a website) and will consider a company that doesn’t have one as less credible and less professional.