The Advantages of Having a Small Business Website

08/23/2020

Detailing Business Growth

What used to be just a luxury for marketing your business, is now one of the top items that should be on every marketing checklist.

This is crucial especially for auto detailers marketing their business, because their services require them to be away from actually marketing.

Your website legitimizes your business and services, especially when done right.

With a professional looking website, your auto detailing business will see more clientele.

The first and largest advantage starts with your availability. Having to balance your time between running an auto detailing business and your personal life, you need a tool to help you when you aren't available.

Your website is live 24/7, allowing you to collect more leads in your sleep.

A lot of times, the only contact information listed by small businesses is phone numbers, emails, and direct messages.

There is nothing wrong with these contact methods, but there are a few things to keep in mind.

If someone were to contact you at your phone number, they’re expecting either you or someone in your business to answer the phone, or to leave a message with limited time.

If you’re busy and unable to attend to the phone call, this method isn’t as effective.


Emails allow people to leave a more detailed message, but it requires some work on their part to get started.

The goal is to make it as convenient as possible to get in contact with you, and a website does just that.

Your small business website should have a form for people to fill out, which will be sent to you immediately.

Forms are an effective and time friendly way of your website visitors to request services, ask questions, give feedback, and many other purposes.

You should have strategies to drive more traffic to your website, by using social media and other platforms.

The best part is that this communication method is always available, 24/7. Those interested in your services don’t have to wait until you’re available to ask you what’s on their mind.