Sunday 20 December 2015

Website Builder for small business: Build my own business website

Have you ever wondered?

  • How to make a business website?
  • Build my own business website

Don't just settle for a pretty website, create a business website that actually does something useful for your customers.

There are many website builders out there, they all have one thing in common: They're great at building beautiful business websites, yet nearly all suck at specialising to your industry. We call these 'brochure websites', they look the part, but don't do much after that.

This is where your competitors are cashing in.

Take a look at what your larger competitors are doing

In summary: 
Successful websites don't just look pretty. They have tools and features specific to their sector which helps generate more customers. 

The desire to be self sufficient is in the nature of a small business owner or start-up. To create a business website, UK business owners starting out often go with generic website building tools. The result? A generic business website.  

Compete effectively: build a business website with tools relevant to your business

Where larger businesses in your sector differ, is that they build features into their website (tools) to make their websites more useful to their customer. For example:
  • An online booking system for beauty salon, so customers don't have to call
  • Decking calculators on DIY websites which do the maths, so you don't have to
  • Easily receiving and replying with quotations to customers
Having such features built into a website separates a big successful site from the rest. It doesn't have to be expensive either, you can build such a website on a budget. 

Have a website tailored to your sector 

That's why we've built HonestSME website builder, we're only releasing it to a few people to begin with to ensure we get things just right. Along with the tutorials and seminars needed to explain how SMEs can build the best online presence.

We've seen too many SMEs get fobbed off with generic websites. Do get in touch with our parent company Karma Computing if you'd like early access.

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