In today’s day and age, every small business needs to be online. It not only allows people to buy products and services from you without going into your physical storefront, it also helps you get found online and grow your customer base.

But, like anything, your website needs to be built and run correctly. It can be a lot, no doubt. These posts will help you learn what you need to know so that you can create your new website with confidence, and keep it running so it helps your business.

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More questions to ask before build a new website for your small business

Not planning means you're planning to fail. So when you're planning a new website for your small business, you should be asking yourself these questions at the least.

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Planning for your new small business website

So you want a new website for your small business? All successful endeavors begin with a plan. Here's why you should plan, how you should plan some questions you should ask yourself to plan out that new website.

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A case for writing case studies

You can talk about your business is, what you do and how much it costs. But case studies are an extremely effective way to show prospective customers what you exactly do and what others think about what you do.

Why small businesses should be blogging

Every business, small or large, should have a website. But does every business need to be blogging? The answer is kind of fuzzy, but I'm going to have to say: yes.

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Why you should use WordPress for your small business website

So you need a website for your small business. What do you use to build your site with? If you have the resources, you should be using WordPress to build that website.

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Gutenberg and small business websites

Gutenberg will present a drastic change for users of WordPress, especially folks who use it to power a website for their small business. But once you get passed the learning curve, the possibilities really become endless.