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Surviving Digitization

Posted by trinda On March - 1 - 2013

I was amazed yesterday when I was searching online and came across a question posted by a small business owner 3 days ago. The question was “Do I need a website?”

Is this really still a question? How can any business person expect to survive the digital age without having a website? The internet is one of the fastest growing industries in the world.

Let’s look at a few major reasons why you need a website

  1. You are open 24/7. Need I say more?
  2. If your customers are not finding you, they are finding your competition
  3. Take your business beyond your local city
  4. Either your customers are going to ask for it or look for it

Whether it is a restaurant, services for my home, auto repairs or my next hair cut, my life is ran and dictated by a 3 inch screen. Imagine being a business owner in the digital marketing Industry and being able to capitalize on the endless opportunities you could provide to businesses ; it would be like writing your own pay check.

Did you know that as of June 2012 there were 7, 017, 846, 922 (resource) websites? If you are a business owner do you really think all of these people are playing Farmville on Facebook?

OK, so now I wondered how many people played Farmville; according to Wiki there is 63,370,436 people feeding their cows and growing crops. Imagine being the smart business owner that has a paid ad beside that cow that links to their website, similar to the ad I saw today for Sears retail store celebrating 60 years and you can win 60 instant prizes.  Sears has created a valuable ad to give me something in return for my information to be able expose me to their brand. Armed with my information they are now able to provide me marketing not just right now while feeding my cows but in the future. It was certainly a lot more effective than sending me a flyer in the mail that likely would have been recycled and never read.

So as a business owner do you think you need a website? As a person maybe looking to be in business do you think digital marketing is an industry with growth and opportunity?

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