Posted in: Blogs & Websites, Brand Building, Business, Internet, IP News, IPWatchdog.com Articles, Marketing, Renee C. Quinn
How often do you use a telephone book to search for a business of interest? Phonebook? What’s a phonebook, right? How often do you search in the online yellow pages for a particular business? Probably anytime you want to know how to contact a company of interest. And how often do you find that the business of interest does not have a website? How often do members of the business community hand you a business card with an email address @yahoo.com or the like? In today’s business world it is amazing to see just how many businesses still do not have a web presence.
Do you have a website for your business? If not, what are you waiting for? While on vacation in Laguna Beach, California, we visited the Sawdust Festival. It was a wonderful time, with many excellent local artists. I was amazed that some didn’t have a website. How is that possible today? A website is a fairly inexpensive business tool that serves a purpose for both you and your clients. For you, it is a fairly inexpensive way to advertise. Obtaining an appropriate domain name for your business does not cost very much any more. In fact, you can obtain a .com domain name from GoDaddy.com for as little as $11.99 per year. Do I sound like a GoDaddy commercial, or what?