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Saturday, February 27, 2010

If there is one thing in business that everyone should pay attention to it is the bottom line. Far too often people get into business and try their hardest to keep afloat while spending more than they bring in. It is a common assumption that most businesses will not bring in a healthy profit their first year. This is because most all businesses require start up in the form of expenses. One such expense is the company website.

Ironically, the website is one of the most required item that is budgeted out of the overall fiscal start up plan. Why is this so? The following is a short list of some of the reasoning, and myths, that businesses forgo a website.

1. The business does not need a website as there are other ways to market.

In today's generation of consumers, people want to research their products and services before they purchase, and they do this by going online. Without an attractive website, the business is missing the opportunity to reach those who would otherwise know more about their products and services. Although the business may believe that they are saving money upfront, they in fact may be hurting their potential growth and thus hurt their bottom line; not protect it.

2. The business does not need to rely on a website design firm as part of their team.

Every smart business that seeks growth will require essential professional services as part of their strategic team. For example, a business alliance team will include a lawyer or law firm, an accountant or accounting firm, and a group of reliable suppliers and vendors. Consider the web development company an important part of the business team.

3. A family member or friend will eventually put up a web page about the business.

As a business, would you trust your family or friend to do your business tax or provide legal advice when you are being sued? Far too often business owners rely on good intentions of someone to get the job done, but let's face it. A smart business will hire a professional to get the job done quickly, smartly, and right.

Technology has shaped the way that we bank, the way we communicate and now the way that we shop. Businesses have always had to adapt to the marketplace and to the consumer and their purchasing habits. In today's marketplace making the decision to have a website should not be a struggle. After all, it is the consumer who wants to know about your business and how you can meet their needs. Consider the website your twenty four hour sales team. Your potential customers and clients demand it.

Provided By: Wayne M Peters
Wayne Peters is the CEO of The Creation Studio, a website design company.
Website Address: www.creationstudio.ca/

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