Why Building Your Own Website is a Mistake
Creating a good website is a big process. There’s much more to web design Warrington project than pretty pages. The fact remains that a stunning design does not in itself guarantee visitors and conversions.
If you look up for “free websites” on Google, you will be greeted by 4 million plus results. Choosing a free website builder and publishing your website might sound like a GREAT idea.
But think about it.
Your website helps bring visitors, converts them into paying customers, and helps you achieve your goals. You have less than 5 seconds to impress your visitors.
Do you want to put your goals at risk?
Not convinced? Here are some reasons why our web design Warrington team believes building your own website is probably a mistake.
Take a look at the list below. What do you know about these terms?
• Responsive web design
• Load time
• Call to action
• Content management
• Bounce rate
• Keyword research
These are but some of the many things you need to be aware of to create an effective website. If even one of these concepts is alien to you, stop in your tracks and look for a reliable web design Warrington team to create your website for you.
Many DIY website builders claim that you can build a website in a few hours. Think about it a moment. If you don’t know much about web design, layout, and other concepts, wouldn’t it take you a few hours to just understand those concepts, let alone design your website?
Do you have the time to dedicate to create a professional website with limited expertise and guidance?
Can you afford to take time out from the core functions of your business to experiment creating a website that may or may not work for you?
Then, speak to our web design Warrington experts today to know how we can create an effective workhorse of a website for you so you can focus on the core aspects of your business.
Nothing is Free
A free website builder comes at a cost.
First, you will have to make do with limited features and functions.
Second, the site will have an ad claiming that it was created using a free website builder. How professional would that look to your visitors?
What if your website calls for a feature and you may not be able to use it unless you upgrade to their premium paid service? So, it is not really free if you have to pay to have the necessary features. Add to that the opportunity cost of not attending to the core business functions.