As part of our guest blogs we invite a client to talk about their business.
If you run a business, then one of the key areas you need to think about is how to develop your online presence.
While social media networks like Facebook and Twitter can be a great way to connect with your customers, nothing really compares with the impact having a professional website can have on your business. It’s a place to explain what services you offer; to give visitors an understanding of the ethos and history of your business; somewhere they can easily find answers to their questions and somewhere to demonstrate your professionalism.
But if you’ve got no experience of building websites, the whole process can seem a bit daunting – plus the costs for hiring a designer can be high. You’ve also got to purchase your domain name and sort out hosting, essentially hiring the space for your website on the internet.
That’s where MrSite comes in. With their packages, you can build your own, modern website yourself – easily and with absolutely no technical knowledge. You just select from the many stylish designs, pop in your content and click publish – and your site’s live on the internet for the world to discover. You can encourage people to sign up to your mailing list, add photo galleries, or even sell online – plus much more.
The great benefit of building the site yourself is that you get total control; you can change and update the site whenever you want, without having to wait for your designer to make the edits. The added bonus is that your hosting and domain name is included, so that’s something else you don’t need to worry about – you can just get on with thinking about what you want on your site!
If you’re looking for a small, effective website then the Starter package is ideal – it comes with 5 web pages and lots of features perfect for smaller sites. There’s also the Classic package, while Pro is good for businesses who need a larger site and are keen to get as high as possible on the search engines.
Prices start from £30.
We’ve attached a link to their website so have a look around http://uk.mrsite.com/