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WHY YOU NEED A WEBSITE
top 10 reasons
Get Your Ducks in a Row! There are lots of reasons why you should consider having a website. Here are what I feel are the top 10 reasons, in order to spark ideas for you to discover your reasons.

A website will provide a cost-effective way of
communicating, and widen your horizons to a global community. Even if you're not planning to sell directly online, a Web site can help you gain new customers, serve existing customers better, and streamline costs and operations.

In fact, most business-to-business web sites are established for a dual purpose - to sell products and services, either directly or indirectly, and to provide information.

10 Important Reasons

WHAT WE DO, WHO WE DO IT FOR
portfolio
Get Your Ducks in a Row! We invite you to review our portfolio of websites, Logo Designs, Brochures, Corporate Packages, and other Fun Stuff developed by the team at Creative 4 Site, to see for yourself the dedication to quality and professionalism evident in each new client project.

If you already have an online presence, but it is not performing up to expectations, contact us for a one hour free consultation to discuss how Creative 4 Site can help you improve your corporate image.

Websites
Logo Design
Corporate Packages

WHAT ARE THE STEPS
the process
Get Your Ducks in a Row! A web page is a 'screenful'
of information. It can be
physically many times the
size of a regular sheet of
paper or have only a few lines of information, graphics and pictures.

Within a website, each screenful of information is called a 'page'. Pages can contain some or all of the following: text, graphic images, photographs, sound and/or video, links to other pages or to a completely different website.

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