In our recent blog, we discussed the importance of maintenance for your website and why it is crucial you keep it updated. There is no doubt that the Corona-virus has totally changed the online landscape with companies of all types and sizes flocking to take advantage of the new medium. Some, nonetheless already had a website but the features and functions on it did not benefit them in a way that they were able to take advantage of having a presence online.

This one-of-a-kind shift in business and marketing practices has prompted many businesses to re-0evaluate their presence online. Businesses today are relying on robust websites to carry the torch on their day-to-day transactions whether that is to help them elevate their brands or simply stay afloat.

As such, it is vital that companies are able to demonstrate their professionalism, trust, and relevance to their customers at first glance. A good website not only provides people with the appropriate information they need to know regarding one’s services or products but also offers their – potential – audience the opportunity to act, and make purchases via strategically placed Call to Action buttons or CTA’s as also known. with the motivation to act on the call-to-action.

Making sure your website looks great online and is functional is critical. It’s often the first impression a potential customer will have of your business.

– Nicholas Kalavas, CFM Group CEO

Here are the top five reasons why you should consider investing in your website to achieve your desired impact.

Demonstrate your expertise.

It is crucial, your website is a depiction of your personality and expertise.  A good and well-briefed web developer is able to work with you to deliver a website that is fitting to your unique business objectives in a way that is appropriate for your customers.

Protect your users

The responsibility of cybersecurity rests on every element of a modern business nowadays. It is only hence logical that your website should also be a secure fortress for both, the users and the company. Being PCI Compliant, having a Security Certificate, and making sure your website is reinforced with appropriate Web Application Firewalls (WAF) is basic to any good developer.

Focus on Functionality

The functionality of a website is basically an elaborate term for how your website works or how it functions. A website’s functionality can be simple and pretty straightforward or could become enormously complex with the addition of a number of elements and requests. It is hence crucial that your website is built with your goal in mind, so as to ensure all pages are designed with a purpose and a clear CTA, on each page.

Built for Speed & Efficiency

Quality websites today, utilize a variety of media to make sure their message is delivered to their audience. Without the appropriate management, such images, or videos may significantly slow down a website and impede the user experience. Long loading times may cost businesses an audience as people are likely to click away and pursue something else. It is hence crucial your website is optimized for speed and efficiency, no matter the number of traffic or online visitors you get.

SEO Optimised

Just as you would expect your business to be found by your ideal customers, websites should be built to be found as well. SEO stands for “search engine optimization.” It’s the process of increasing your website traffic through search engine results. This helps your website become more discoverable. When potential customers search terms related to your brand, they’ll have a better chance of discovering your website and becoming a customer.

CFM GROUP has over 8 years of experience in the Website Development market. Just read our testimonials to know you are in good hands. Every single website we create is bespoke because no single client is the same. Getting to know your business and your exact needs are integral to producing a beautiful website that looks professional and sells your services or products to your target audience effectively.

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