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Welcome to the CompanyWebsites.Net blog page. A blog provides a simple means to keep your website content fresh and relevant. This makes the search engines happy and allows you to stay connected to your customers.


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  • Grow Your Small Business with a Website from CompanyWebsites.Net

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    Michael J. Brown is the Principle Owner and Chief Executive of CompanyWebsites.Net by Business Web Design; an ...
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    Consider the fact that the proliferation of smartphones and tablets enable people to be more mobile than ever. This evolution in information access means that rather than reaching for a phonebook or trying to recall your contact info from a billboard, people are heading to search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo search.

    Well guess what. Without a website, your business just lost a potential customer. Small businesses that haven't invested in a website are being overlooked by potential customers who increasingly rely on being able to assess a business not only by where it's located, but also by the website it maintains and whether you or your employees are available at the moment your services are needed.

    Consider also that a small business website is available to anyone, anywhere, at any time and you can see how easy it is to convert a visitor to a customer whether you're in the office, on the jobsite, or taking a well-earned weekend with the family.

    A typical small business should be able to recoup the initial cost of investing in a website from CompanyWebsites.Net, simply by converting a handful of visitors to your website into paying customers.  Remember, without your own website, these potential customers would probably have overlooked you and given their business to your competition. 

    So, contact CompanyWebsites.Net by email, or telephone us at (618) 741-6537 or (816) 301-4758 and make your goods and services available via the World Wide Web today.

    May 25 Tags: Website Design
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