I’m still surprised at how many businesses either don’t have a website or are still running outdated web design trends from the early 2000s. Some excuses are; I need a website for my business, but I don’t know where to start, or business is great man; I don’t even need a website.

The quick answer is that yes, you absolutely need a solid web presence in this day-and-age if you want to stay relevant.

If you think you don’t need a website for your business, then you must be selling drugs or running a smuggling ring.

You especially need a website for your business when you take into account the staggering growth of mobile users.

Everyone seems to has a mobile device.

If you followed TechMalak long enough, then you know how obsessive we can get about the latest iPhone, Galaxy series, or Huawei smartphones.

Mobile has become the defacto method for finding news, reviews, tips, and guides on everything.

I can’t imagine not having my smartphone beside me 24/7.

Yeah, I take it to the bathroom too, and it sits at my night table.

You can look down on me for it, but I can guarantee that you do it, and if you don’t, someone in your family does it.

Web Design And Development

web design for small business

Because of the importance of having a solid online presence, web design and SEO services are more in demand than before.

There are countless agencies offering such services, some who are highly competent, and others whom you should avoid.

If you don’t have the skill, or time to undertake setting up a website for your business, then it’s probably best to outsource it.

With all the available tools for setting up a site, there shouldn’t be any excuse for any businesses large or small to not have a website.

When we design a site for a client, we use WordPress. Why WordPress?

WordPress Stats

WordPress Web Design

  • It powers 35%-37% of the Internet
  • 500 sites a day are made on WordPress
  • 22% of new domains in the US are run with WordPress
  • Over 400 million people visit WordPress sites each month
  • Sites like BBC, Time.com, Facebook blog, Techcrunch, CNN, BBC and more all use WordPress

In short, its highly popular, super-versatile, and ever-growing.

How To Get Started.

It’s pretty simple to get started if you are looking for a website for your business.

You can do it yourself if you are up to the tasks. If that’s you, then you are in for a rewarding, but challenging experience.

In fact, that’s how I started. I’ve made plenty of mistakes and spent thousands during my time with WordPress.

But since you are running a business, and your time is your most valuable asset, there’s another option.

We’ve recently launched our web design services, and I couldn’t be more pleased with the results.

We’d be more than glad to work with you on your next web design adventure.

We’ve made it easy, and all you have to do is fill out our project application form.

We don’t take on every client, and our project application allows us to make sure we are a great fit.

I’ve been creating websites since 2013, so I have a solid understanding of WordPress.

There are a ton of behind the scenes aspects that vital to the success of a site.

From cloud hosting, SEO, website maintenance, I can say with confidence that running a website is a full-time job.

Whatever the route you choose for your brand, there shouldn’t be any excuses for not having a website for your business. With the importance of the Internet and the way it impacts the global economy, now is the time to get started.