Every Business Needs a Website?

 

Yes, absolutely. In 2017, for a business NOT to have a web site is making a declarative statement that you are deliberately trying to be anachronistic and make things difficult for your customers…almost like choosing not to have a telephone. It is now so trivially easy, and literally, that there is no reason to not have a web site, particularly when consumers these days turn first to the web, even before picking up the phone to call you.

About 80% of consumers use the internet to search for products and services they need before they make a purchase. Most customers today will assume yourcompany has a website and may search for your business only to find you do not exist on the world wide web. Most of your competitors probably already have a website.

The modern era is the technical era. It is the era where everyone has a mobile in pocket. Half of the world population is using social networking sites like face book, twitter. Now the time changed when people go to shopping with a wallet full with notes. No, it’s all out of fashion.

Having a professional, comprehensive website is important for pretty much every business. However it’s easy to get distracted by making your website look nice and miss the key principles behind any small business website.

At first, you need to just have a basic setup – a homepage, listings of your services and products, info about your business, contact information, a blog, etc. Simple.

It is also critical that your site/business is listed in all of the local directories. Make sure you’re on Google+/maps, Bing Places, Trip Advisor, etc. Wherever your competitors are – you need to be and you need to make sure your information is all correct (hours, location, contact info, etc). Also, be available on the social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, etc).

I think all of that is more important than concentrating on conversion rates and optimizations. That stuff is important – but first, you need to be able to be found by your customers.

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Which is preferred: Mobile website or responsive website ?

 

here’s no better, just different use cases. Mobile is a new medium which is connected to us 24/7.  You can treat it as another screen, or another mouse button.
Responsive design is not only for mobiles but for wide range of devices. It is the next stage of the web.
But personally, i prefer combination of both. But it is really hard to sustainable in commercial online environment.

Mobile website 

  • If you care about optimized user experience
  • If you care about performance and speed
  • If your goal is to target mobile users and actions

Responsive Website

  • If you care about uniformity
  • If you care about maintainability
  • If your goal is mainly to convey the same information universally

Our tool helps local business create mobile websites targeted specifically for mobile users.
Most of users use these sites to engage users on-the-go, such as restaurant menus, event agendas, or real-estate listings.

To develop Mobile/Responsive Website  Contact Dreamz Technology
We have our presence in Pune | Nagpur | Aurangabad | Nashik

Gaurav Gattani 
+91-9850946353/+919960685666 
gaurav@dreamztechnology.com 
www.dreamztechnology.com 

 

Looking for Web design company for your business?

The attributes to consider while selecting a web design company for your business:

  • Integrity & honesty
    It’s fundamental to your relationship that the web company have integrity. You need to trust that they’re behaving ethically and morally, since their guidance will affect not only your website but also your business. They also need honesty, so that you can believe and trust what they tell you.
  • Long-term partnership
    Your business website isn’t a fleeting thing; it’s a major player in your marketing efforts, and maybe even the operations of your business (for example, an ecommerce site). You should be seeking a long-term relationship with your web company, and they should be looking for the same thing. You don’t want a company that’s only looking for a quick buck.
  • Soft skills
    It’s not hard to find technical skills in a web company; they’re often started by technical people, and the teams usually contain technical people. What’s harder to find, yet critical to success, are the soft skills (people skills) such as communication, empathy, reliability, and responsibility.
  • Established
    If you’re serious about your website (and you are, right?), you want a web company that’s been around for a while, and is likely to stay in business for a while. We’ve talked to so many small businesses who had their sites developed by a friend, family member, part-timer, freelancer, or startup, then their contact disappears or gives up. We’ve rescued many projects from these situations. Save yourself the hassle and choose an established company from the start.
  • Focused on business results
    You have a website to accomplish business goals (selling in some way). The web company needs to understand this and create your site based on business goals, not on technology or trends. If the company seems more concerned about experimenting with technology than understanding your business, it’s not a good sign.
  • Project management
    Even small web projects require some project management, and it becomes increasingly important the more complex the project gets. The company needs to be competent at juggling multiple requirements and keeping the project on budget and on schedule. It may be hard to discover a company’s project management abilities, so ask a few of their clients who they managed their projects.
  • Speaks your language (at your level)
    Some web companies try to impress or intimidate with their techie language. Good companies won’t, because they want you to understand what they’re saying. They ask, “does that make sense?” after explaining something technical, and are willing to explain.
  • Well-connected
    Websites don’t exist in vacuum; they’re part of your broader marketing efforts. Most companiesdon’t have all the skills necessary to provide everything you’ll need as you grow (for example, photography, copywriting, SEO, email marketing, social media marketing, etc.). A well-connected company will be able to subcontract, partner with, or refer you to skills they don’t have.
  • Quick to reply
    You’d be surprised how many web companies take days (and sometimes weeks) to reply to prospects and clients when they email or call. Do you want to wait that long when you need help, while creating your site or maintaining it? Look for a company that replies relatively quickly; within one business day
  • Gaurav O. Gattani
    +91 985 094 6353/+91-996 068 5666
    gaurav@dreamztechnology.com
    www.dreamztechnology.com

 

 

 

Why do I need a website ?

A website is the most cost-effective marketing tool a small business has. It’s ‘open’ 24/7 to bring in new customers, tell them about your services, and turn them into buyers–even while you’re asleep.

Good websites also help ease customer support burdens through FAQ’s, driving directions, product instructions, online estimate/request forms, etc. Websites can do a lot more than look good.

You can also use your website to capture the emails of potential customers and build a mailing list with it. This mailing list allows you to better connect with your customers, gather feedback from them as well as update them on any upcoming promotions.

A small business required website for some of the reasons like

  1. Reason #1 – Online Presence
  2. Reason #2 – More customers
  3. Reason #3 – Business value
  4. Reason #4 – Influence
  5. Reason #5 – Time to show off
  6. Reason #6 – 24 hours Online
  7. Reason #7 – 24 hours Communication with customers
  8. Reason #8 – Online Marketing
  9. Reason #9 – Online Customer support

Best of all, websites don’t expire like ads do. They continue to bring in traffic over time.

Here are some tools to help you drive traffic to your website:

  • Google Adwords & Facebook Ads (Google Adwords allows you to find out exactly what keywords your target audience is searching for, Google Adwords + Facebook Ads allow you to create targeted ads on their respective platforms)
  • Google Analytics (A free analytics tool that allows you to track your website traffic and its various sources. This is especially useful in helping you identify your best performing campaigns and traffic sources, allowing you to focus on the most effective channels for your business.)
  • Social media (Establishing an online presence on social media helps drive traffic to your website as more and more consumers are spending time on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Snap-chat, etc.)