The core goal here at ABORG is to create ‘websites that deliver’, but what does that mean exactly?
We all know that for most businesses, your website is your online storefront that is always open for people to visit. It should therefore be reflective of your brand and purpose, and be as well-kept as your physical store or business environment might be (updating content, refreshing the look, keeping it tidy, etc).
But a website is much more than just a branding tool.
The web is how people search for what they need and, increasingly, how they make purchases. With so many websites out there, it often comes down to a window of a few seconds – literally – to convince a potential customer that you are right for them and that they should buy from you. Once you have a potential customer’s attention, you need to capture their information to turn them into a lead, rather than just a prospect. If your website is equipped for e-commerce, you can even take another step forward and turn leads into sales.
An efficient and effectively designed website can do just that. Through a comprehensive strategy specific to your business’ target audience that incorporates engaging content, enticing and accurately-timed calls to action, lead capture forms, prominent contact information, and optimization for better visibility in search results, your website can be your vehicle to drive sales even further.
Of course, the number one priority of all businesses is to increase sales. But a website can still do much more than that.
This last point does not always come to mind when discussing websites, but it can still play a very strong role in your entire business’ operation:
As you can see, there are many benefits that a website can offer, and it comes down to your type of business, industry, and what sort of website you’re running. If you know of a few more benefits, or have experienced them yourself, please share them with us by leaving a comment below! : )