A robot pushing a baby stroller - a web site can't do everything, but it can do a lot for you.

What Can a Web Site Do for Me?

Inform

  • Educate
  • Demonstrate your products and services
  • Provide an online portfolio for prospective clients to view
  • Create a source of information for your sales people in the field
  • Distribute press kits, printable brochures & newsletters: promotion virtually for free
  • Give easily updated answers to Frequently Asked Questions
  • Clear up common misconceptions

Promote

  • Expound your ideas, products and services
  • Establish your presence
  • Build your brand identity
  • Make your business or organization more credible
  • Build your client base with Permission Marketing

Sell

  • Sell products or services online
  • Inspire visitors to take action on an issue you believe in
  • Offer a contest; sales through special offers and possible prizes
  • Prompt visitors to contact you and buy by phone or visit your store

Serve

  • Transact business by online Visa, email, phone and mail
  • Offer your current customers better service
  • Register visitors receive information by email
  • Provide product instructions to clients

Save

  • Send and receive information without postage costs
  • Save time answering common questions
  • Make sales after hours without overnight staff

Learn

  • Learn more about your customers
  • Find out how they view your service by providing feedback
  • Discussion forums or guest books allow your clients to interact with each other and let you know where they stand on relevant issues
  • Invite feedback with online surveys and suggestion boxes

Grow

  • The process of developing a web site helps create self-awareness
  • Take your place among colleagues and competitors online
  • Network: build relationships with clients, colleagues or volunteers; share links with like-minded organizations
  • Broaden your audience: include remote and international clients