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Why websites are so important for small businesses

Updated: Sep 10, 2021

As a small business owner you want to consider some statistics and recognize the power of a beautiful fully functional website that leads your customer towards a purchase.



Here are some facts:

  • Search engines drive 93% of all website traffic (Omnicore, 2020)

  • 53% of users abandon sites that take longer than three seconds to load (SmallBizGenius, 2019)

  • 90% of consumers say they trust online reviews (MARKINBLOG, 2019)

  • “Near me” searches saw a 500% growth between 2016 and 2018 (Atomic Reach, 2019)

  • 62% of all core search queries in the United States are generated by Google (Statista, 2020)

  • 67% of clicks go to the first 5 search engine results (Zero Limit Web, 2020)

  • Search advertising on mobile is expected to reach $22.8 billion in 2020 (Statista, 2019)


Considering that more and more people are searching for your business online it is absolutely essential that your website is up to par.


Would you have a store with broken shelves and doors? or even worse a broken register?


No! and the same goes to your website.


As a small business owner you have to take your website seriously and make sure it is working for you.


To make your website work for you there are a few things you can do:


Search engine optimization (SEO)

This is one service that can help you gain clients without having to constantly pay for lead generation and advertising.


Getting your website to the top of the google search is what you want to do.


Think of all the clients that are looking for businesses just like yours everyday!


Your job as a business owner is to help them find it and to do that you need to find a good professional that can help you.


OnAlign Marketing offers SEO services and at a very reasonable price.

Contact to get more info about your business or your free SEO website report.




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