Creating a website and getting your business online is a powerful way to reach new customers, connect with existing ones and promote your products and services.
Businesses of all types, sizes, and industries can benefit from getting online. A website is a great way to encourage more customers in-store, sell products online, improve brand awareness and open your door to a whole new world of potential customers online.
If building a website and getting online seems daunting to you, you’re not alone. Many small business owners are unsure of how to get started, or whether a website is something their business actually needs. That’s why at the UK Domain we have created a handy guide that makes getting set up online a breeze.
What’s the guide all about?
Written for small businesses, the free guide explains how your business could benefit from having an online presence and shares four easy steps to getting started.
The guide shares the benefits of being online for your business, including having a platform that’s open 24/7, competing effectively with your competitors and most importantly being easily found online, where nowadays most customers are searching for shops, products and services.
If you’re still thinking that building a website sounds complicated, expensive or too technical, this guide also dispels these common myths to squash any fears or reservations.
Finally, you’ll learn the main steps to getting online, with practical tips and jargon-free advice to help you set up a website of your very own. From choosing a domain name to selecting a registrar, all the way through to promoting your website via social media, SEO and email marketing, having this guide by your side will make your journey as smooth as possible.
Ready to get your business online?
If you’re ready to build your business a website or you want to learn more about how being online could help grow your sales and customers, it’s time to download your free copy of “Get your business online in four easy steps”. Simply click here to request your copy.
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