4 Reasons You Don’t Need a Website

So your business is taking off and people keep telling you should get a website. You know that you probably should (everyone has one, right?), but it’s just not your top priority right now. Well, we’ve got your back. If you read over any of the following reasons and think yep, that’s me, then you probably don’t need to bother with a website.

1 – You’re a super secret intelligence agency that doesn’t want to be found

One of the benefits of having a website is that it makes it easier for new customers to find you. But what if you don’t want to be found? If you’re running an undercover operation or a spy agency, you probably shouldn’t be advertising your services on the web.

2 – You have way too many customers

Websites make it easier to be found, therefore help bring in more new business. If you have so many customers that you’re never going to need any new business (don’t just think about right now, I’m talking so many customers that you’ll never ever need to take on a new client again), then you don’t really need a website.

3 – You’re making way too much money

Have you got to the point where you have so much money that you just don’t know what to do with it? All your employees are on £100k and you’ve replaced the loo roll with £5 notes? Then you can probably think of a better way to get rid of money than building a website. Website = more exposure. More exposure = more customers. More customers = more money. And if you already have too much money, then you don’t really need a website.

4 – Your customers are off the grid

Why would you need a website if your customers don’t have computers or access to the internet? 87.8% of all adults in the UK have used the internet in the last 3 months, but if you’re targeting purely that 2.2%, then yea, I wouldn’t bother with a website.

Still think you don’t need a website? Fact is, pretty much every company should have one, because even if business is great right now, you never know what’s round the corner. You don’t want to be rushing to pull a website together when revenue drops, you want to have it there and ready for action if the time comes.

Getting started can seem a little daunting. Drop us a line and we’ll get you started with a website that is perfect for your business.

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Alistair Hague

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