Our Small Business Toolkit series continues today with a look at the most important tool in your arsenal: your website! If you missed our kickoff post, learn about online resources for small businesses here.
If you have found your way to this blog, you are most likely already aware of the importance of having a great small business website to market your business. If you’re not already aware of that, here are 5 reasons to create a website for your small business. If you’re not sold right now, please read that post and come right back here so we can all move on together.
The purpose of today’s post is to provide you with a tool for creating and optimizing your website so that it serves all the purposes you expect: exposure, branding, professionalism, revenue, etc. So, what tool do we recommend?
Webs SiteBuilder, of course! With admitted bias, we think Webs platform is the best option on which small business owners can build their web presence. And here’s why:
One of the core values that Webs aims to support with its builder is individuality. In order to ensure that our users can have a website that looks unlike any other site built with Webs, the professional templates in the builder are infinitely customizable.
Instead of providing hundreds of templates that users have to look through and choose from — Webs instead provides thoughtfully designed frameworks that can be adjusted completely to suit your needs and style.
Ease of Use:
Webs SiteBuilder3 offers a drag-and-drop interface that allows small business owners with no technical skills to create a website that is laid out exactly the way they want it to be.
Just choose your template, select the types of pages you want, select your layout, and start dragging and dropping the elements you want — from your logo to text blocks to animated image galleries.
We know that small businesses have often already established business relationships with other tools like Etsy and CafePress, so we include integration with those brands in our platform. Want a web store on your new website, but you already have an Etsy shop? No problem.
Users can also easily integrate with their blog, their social media profiles, productivity apps, organization tools, and more with just one click.
If you have any questions about how Webs SiteBuilder can help your small business succeed, just drop us a note in the comments!
Our next post in this series will talk about a tool that small business owners can use to create great, shareable infographics on a small business budget. See you then!
Read The Series: Your Small Business Toolkit
– Your Small Business Toolkit [INFOGRAPHIC]
– Quality Tools for Quality Communication
– How To Get More Website Clicks with Heatmapping Tools
– Helpful Google Tools for Your Small Business Website
– Let’s Be Practical: Organization For Your Small Business
– Photo Editing Options For Small Business Owners
– Tools For Small Business Owners with Something to Sell
– New Social Media Management Tool from Pagemodo
– Getting Started with Email: You Need Professional Help
– Tools For Driving Traffic: Make Your Own Infographics!
– Your Most Important Tool: A Small Business Website
– Your Small Business Toolkit: Resources for Busy Entrepreneurs