If you live in Wharton County and weathered the recent downpour, you’ll know the soggy, mushy, maybe moldy, yellow lawn ornament in your front yard or on your porch that I’m talking about. Yep, it’s the phone book that got delivered hours before the rain started falling.
Would you have used it even if it were delivered on the sunniest of weeks? Current studies lead me to believe not.
Even customers in small towns like El Campo and Wharton, TX are looking to computers and mobile devices for information regarding local businesses. If you aren’t online, customers aren’t finding you. There are several rumors out there about local, small business websites, and we aim to squash them all.
I’ll just use Google Sites or something like GeoCities.
“FREE” might sound good, but when your customers are turned off by the one-size-fits-all template, can’t remember your web address because it has an additional “.wordpress.com” or “.mypage.com” at the end of it, or can’t stand the banner ads, you’ll think again.
My competitor doesn’t have a website either.
Do two wrongs make a right? Set yourself apart! When customers search for your services in the area, Continue reading