For some small businesses, the cost of establishing a Website can seem prohibitive.
However, recent data suggests that businesses without Websites are missing out on many customers and sales opportunities.
Approximately 90% of nonfood retail purchases begin online as shoppers check out products, compare prices and hunt for deals.
Even if your business does not have an online store, a Website can still be a vital marketing tool: 97% of Internet users say they go online to find local restaurants and other businesses.1
If you are a small business owner without a Website, this could end up costing you more in lost sales and marketing than the one-time cost of developing a Website.