Businesses Lose Competitive Edge by Not Having a Website Comments

Share Article could be the answer - allowing businesses to engage with customers through a website to boost sales.

A report was released by the Federation of Small Businesses last month and encouraged small to medium sized businesses to establish a web presence in order to attract new customers:

Web engagement will boost sales: FSB
May 22, 2013

Now it is easier than ever before to set up a professional, personalised website, bespoke to one's business with helpful guides like those on is here to help anyone set up their first website and the step-by-step guides simplify the process so even the least computer literate of us can create an attractive site to boost business presence online.

The guides on are easy to read, quick and helpful. They help select the right web hosting service and set up a custom domain name.

Included in the site are tutorials that help to set up the easy to use Wordpress content management system, which makes adding content to a site quick and stress free.

Web programming and HTML skills are not needed to create a website which looks good, informs consumers about the store and products and helps establish a brand around a business.

Business advisor, Amanda Davidson, said in response to the recent report urging small businesses to take the leap onto the web: “A small business needs a website to stay competitive – it’s your shop window – and I’m quite surprised that businesses these days, in 2013, do not have a website. It is a way of getting your message across to people.” With the help of a business could have a website up in less than an hour and be attracting new customers and retaining old ones effectively using the world’s favoured communication tool.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Carol Orsi
Bazooka Search Ltd
Email >
Visit website