How to Create a Professional Web Site in 24 Hours
And whether your business sells products or services, you can use a Web site to increase your revenue and reduce your start-up costs. While you're at school, your Web site can take orders, answer common customer questions and introduce potential prospects to your business, among many other possibilities. For example, Ryan Allis, a 19-year-old entrepreneur now attending the University of North Carolina, was able to successfully create and market a Web site that sold a product that helps people with arthritis. As a result of his efforts, his company was able to generate more than $1 million in sales by the time Allis was seventeen years old.
If you're interested in taking your company to the next level with a Web site, simply follow the three easy steps below:
Once you've successfully completed these three steps and created your site, you have to keep in mind that you've only just begun and that your business won't immediately bring in millions of dollars. To have a business that effectively uses a web site, it's important to constantly improve upon it to meet the needs of your current and potential customers. In addition, it's crucial to promote the Web address on your marketing materials and through marketing campaigns so other people can find it. Good luck! Reprinted with permission from Entrepreneur. com. Copyright © 2005.