of people want a website – or think they need one. But
they don’t really know
We are inundated with messages from media
about the things we need, and this feeds our fear
of being left behind.
One of our clients was getting quotes for
a huge website that included an online inventory system, allowing
his customers, worldwide, to check the availability of thousands
of parts. But he had received quotes ranging among several
thousands of dollars, and he was confused about what he should
do. He was being told what he needed, but didn’t instinctively
feel that need.
We suggested that he start off with a simple
web presence, providing basic information about his company
and what it does. Down the road, once he determined what his
customers actually wanted and needed from his site, we could
improve it. He could have spent a lot on the online inventory
system, only to find that his customers prefer to use his
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Read our article: 10 Reasons You May Need a Website