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Tuesday, November 25, 2008
2:05 PM | Author: Brett Bumeter - Unknown | | | Edit Post
Many businesses have been redesigning there online store fronts and online presence since the economy has gone in the tank and have been seeing mixed results. Granted, many consumers have "packed it in" in regards to making excess purchases, but savvy business owners know that by updating and streamlining their web presence that increased traffic may lead to increased sales.
There are a number of great resources for online businesses in the marketplace right now regarding business website design, business web hosting services as well as a number of freelance writers looking for assignments who specialize in website content writing. Having said that, many of the aforementioned businesses have not only beefed up their online presence, but have begun employing viral campaigns as well as traditional advertising campaigns in order to generate a buzz and/or traffic to their stores and online store fronts. I realize this is nothing new, but the increase in small business website design volume has gone through the roof. Honestly, I suspect this is due to not only an ailing economy, but the fact that designers and hosting services are lowering there fees and other charges to spur there bottom lines as this year draws to a close.
Regardless of your business model, it is important to maintain several strategies as well as contingency plans so you and your business will be ready for anything that may happen in this down market. I suggest bulking up your online presence by website redesign as well as viral campaigns.