Here are some ideas to help you improve your new website and grow your business:
Local customers are already searching for the products and services you offer. Why not make it easy for them to find you on Google search and on Google Maps? Google Places is the place to start.
Whether you run a single dentist's office or dozens of coffee shops, manage all your listings from a single account.
Use Google Places to edit your listing whenever and however you like. Your Google Maps results will be updated in a few weeks, not next year.
Think of your website as your online shop or office. Provide your website visitors with relevant information to help them in their decision-making.
Your customers are visiting your website to obtain information about what you do. Help them find the information they seek quickly and easily. Most good websites have the following basic pages:
Other pages you may want to add are:
First impressions count, even online. The image you present online will affect the impressions your customers create about your business.
Fresh and relevant content will keep customers and website visitors coming back often.
Now that you have a website you have to let everyone know that it's the place to go to get the latest news about your products and services.
A website breaks down borders and opens your business up to customers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Help customers find you whether they are on the road, across Kenya or around the world.
Real small businesses tell their stories about getting online. Find out what success means for them and what getting online can do for your business.
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