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At some point in history, roughly between the late 90s and early 2000s, having a business website was considered a trend. At that time, Internet coverage in the country and the world was less extensive than today, so only a few had access to this service.

Therefore, having a website then was not as essential or useful as it is today. Today, having your website, more than a fashion or luxury has become a fundamental necessity for five main reasons.

What is the importance of having a website?

1. Introduction and identification:

It has become common practice for modern users and consumers to conduct an online search to review the features of a service or product before making a purchase. Suppose your business does not have an online presence that offers this information. In that case, it may go unnoticed by potential customers and many other people who may be searching for what your business offers.

2. Positioning of the brand on the web:

The first step to achieving good positioning in the digital world is to focus on the design and content of your business website. It is essential to have an optimized and functional site for users since this is key in the fight to stay in the top positions assigned by search engines. This will also allow for greater exposure to your brand and services.

3. Large-scale advertising and sales:

No other means of communication has as much coverage and permanence over time as that offered by the World Wide Web. Investing in a website is investing in a type of informative advertising that can reach all corners of the world and remains accessible to the public permanently. In addition, the costs for its maintenance are low and, in return, sales are generated through it, even when you are sleeping or resting, since a website works 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

4. Support for general or specialized information:

In addition to storing basic information about your company, a website can also serve as a support for storing specialized, useful, and important information for its users (results, reports, lists, studies, statistics, news). It works like a large database that can always be easily accessed with a simple “click”.

5. Interaction with the public and its analysis:

Websites offer the opportunity to create spaces in which the company’s target audience can continuously interact through their comments, questions, and suggestions. In addition, specialized tools can be used to analyze user behavior while visiting the website.

This allows you to collect data such as your most interesting topics, the most searched products, and the most frequently asked questions. As a result, detailed information can be obtained about the profile of customers, which gives an idea of what the company must do to satisfy their needs.

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