Well it happened again. At the worst possible moment, the washer finally gave up the ghost. With seven in the house, we go through washing machines pretty regularly. We knew it was coming, but it still took me by surprise, and once again I was left with a mound of laundry, and unfinished load, and no time to wait to replace.
So, time to find a new washer. I want to support local business whenever possible. I don’t mind paying extra if I can buy the product locally. However, it proved to be extremely difficult to do proper comparison shopping because the local appliance dealers in my area didn’t have websites to allow me to do so.
Even though I tag myself as “your web gal,” I am at heart an old fashioned kind of a gal. I love hanging onto tradition. However, in many areas of life, we must move forward if it means surviving in the new age. No business is too small to need a website, as my recent washer shopping experience proves. I realize it’s difficult for many businesses that have been around for decades to sometimes see the need for websites, social media, inbound marketing etc. But if you want your business to be there for your children and grandchildren to continue on with after you retire, you need to make sure it’s prepared to serve the needs of a new type of cliental – one that’s different than who you’ve had in the past.
Which is why I say, “A business without a website is a business without a face.” With 73% of consumers searching a business out online before contacting or visiting them, you must be there for them to find. Let me help you get online – at your entry level, and in a way you will feel comfortable and confident to utilize.
Stay connected to your new clients – easily, effectively, and affordably with an original design website and social media pages including Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.
Call me today for a free consultation and put a face to your business – online!