Part 01

Small Businesses Need WEbsites Too

Lindsey Gemmill
Beginning of Infographic

Take a look at our infographic with some shocking statistics about website design and what it means for your small business in today's digital market.

What you need to know

Lately, our team has been hearing a lot of excuses as to why small business owners don't think they need a website, or they don't think they need a website done by a professional. As experts in our field, we did a little bit of digging to find some reputable facts that back up our passion, and why we want to make sure you are doing whats best for your business. Trust us, we do it for a reason!

We chose what we do for a living not just because we love it, but because the market is rapidly changing from day to day, and it's hard to keep up. That's why we want to be there for you when you're just running out of time. You do what you do best and you make that business work baby, we'll be here to make sure it shines online.

This infographic focuses on two things, the first how having a website that is well-designed impacts your visitors, and the effects of not having a website at all. The second is the statistics surrounding responsive design, meaning your website is accessible on all devices from desktops to mobile phones. The increasing usage of mobile phones means there is a higher probability someone wants to interact with you online, and that means your website better be a darn good representation of you!

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