Why do YOU need a website?
If a company I need information about does not have a
website (or it has a poorly designed website which hides
away all its useful information), I would have to wait
until that company opens up for business before I can
contact them (that is if I haven't forgotten!) I may then
end up speaking to someone who is not able to help me
with my query, and I will be passed around from department
to department, until if I am fortunate, I will speak to
the few people in the company who actually have the information
I require. This is enough bother on the customers part,
so they may not bother pursuing any of your business after
they have been through all of this.
Alternative scenario: A well designed website. Information
structured in all the right places. Navigation easy. If
I have a query, I simply find out the information right
there on the website. If the information is not there,
I will be presented with contact details of the people/person
who knows the answers, and can get in touch with them
How much easier is the second scenario? By providing a well thought out website, that is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, you can give potential clients, customers, dealers etc, a way of learning information about your company when they choose to look for the information.
A website will:
- Help generate and network prospects. Potential clients
often initially visit a company's web site.
- Provide 24-hour service, 7 days a week, all year round,
enabling clients to get the information they require
in their own time.
- Create continuous client awareness with its round
the clock accessibility.
- Reach millions of prospective clients
- Market and promote your product or service
- Offer 24-hour customer support, making it easy for
clients to send comments out of business hours.
- Sell your products and services through e-commerce
solutions. You have the potential to sell to anyone
anywhere in the world
- Provide product information, this will be much cheaper
than sending brochures or technical manuals to clients
and it can also be easily updated.
- Answer Customer Questions, providing a simple Frequently
Asked Questions pages can save time and money.
- Rise above your competitors. Provide a website as
a customer added value service.
- Keep up with Changing Technology
choose me to design a site for you?
I no longer accept new work, but am happy to point you in the right
direction for your web design needs!
Alongside the freelance web design work, I am a professional
juggler, and I run an online juggling equipment and novelty
items store. These 2 ventures are my main source of income
which is why I no longer do website design for new clients!
It would be great if you could check out the websites
my Juggling Equipment and Novelty Items Store
You can find out even more about who I
am by visiting my personal website - www.stevensworld.biz.