November 16th, 2010, 04:55 AM
Why we are starting a Web Site?
you won't have to stay open on Thanksgiving or Christmas day. If you live on the East Coast, people from California will still be able to shop in your store after you close. Any time someone wants to know your hours, location, directions, or any other details about your company, they can get it without disturbing you.
Because anyone in the world can see your web site, you will gain customers from other states and countries while you are putting in the same amount of effort and money.
When you have a web site, you can offer your products and services without hiring any extra employees. You won't have to spend any resources on compensating or insuring your new staff members and still be able to maintain the same level of sales and customer service.
If you ever advertised in a local newspaper, you know the costs. You are being charged per line, per inch, and per color. On the Web, there is no limit to how much you can put. You can add pictures, articles, newsletters, rates, product images and so much more! With just one web site, you can have almost unlimited advertisement for the same low monthly cost.
Think of how many cards you mail out to let customers know about your sale. All of that can be eliminated by putting the sale information on your web site and inviting your customers to visit it. You can collect your customers' E-Mail addresses and keep in touch with them about special events in your store via E-Mail.
May 29th, 2011, 10:54 AM
If you have a store, it also is an easier way for customers to check on stuff you are selling to save them the time and hassle of going there personally only to find out that you do not have what they are looking for. That is, provided that your web page is updated regularly.
Also, you can just post your link on different social networking sites and let them work their magic in getting you more traffic.
June 7th, 2011, 07:16 AM
The use of the Internet is growing day by day.So, to compete in the on line market, web site is becoming the most essential thing for every company.Web sites are very helpful for all sorts of transaction.We can do almost every thing with the help of Internet.You can do it just by sitting in your home.Almost all companies are preferring the on line transactions as there is no time limit for that.
June 30th, 2011, 12:49 AM
website is an online arm for big, medium and small businesses. without a website, it will be very impossible for companies to reach the global market. we are already in the globalization era. people across the globe are connected to each other, thanks to the existence of Internet. Therefore, having a website for every corporation is a must.
April 24th, 2012, 01:25 AM
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Your question is so good and replies are also interesting.mostly peoples starts their websites for profits.
May 24th, 2012, 04:57 AM
When you are starting your website for your business because you can't reach globally with physical presence so website plays vital role in same.
You can get benefit of 24 hours business as your business is online.
Not much human resource is needed.
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May 24th, 2012, 07:05 AM
Importance of website.
We build a website because it provides company history. There are other reasons like it can give extra income, Grow business, and you can share your opinions, experience and visions easily.
May 25th, 2012, 02:04 AM
I think depend the condition. If you have much budget, offline store is the best way to get more customer, and they will be freely choose the goods you sell. Of course, huge budget should be have by you. If you no more budget, online store is the best solutions to get unlimited customer in the world. With the online store, you can build the store as you want.
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