Why Does My Business Need a Website in Cambodia?

Why does my business need a website in Cambodia?

For the same reasons as anywhere else in the world!
Because your website is your live business card – always online,  it will help you establish trust, confidence and credibility with your potential customers.

Here are the top 10 main reasons:

 

 1 – Credibility

signage with words trust and mistrustWould you trust a business that doesn’t have a website?
People are more likely to do business with a company they trust, and a website is the first place they will check for credentials and provided services. In other words: your customers expect it!

2 – Match the competition

rugby player illustrates the notion of competition in businessMost of your competitors have already an online presence. Can you afford to be simply absent in results when your clients will search for your business?

3 – Easy access

smartphone connexts to different profile imagesMore and more potential customers are searching for products or services online, compare prices and information. Your website will allow your business to be present online and provide the information you want to publish online, the way you want it to appear.

4 – Cost-effectiveness

triangle with values of cost quality and timeCreating and maintaining a website is much cheaper than publishing in printed media and allows limitless updates, edits and news at no additional costs. Over the years, creating and publishing a website online has become not only a lot easier and faster but also much cheaper, affordable and cost-effective that it was during the early days.

5 – Connecting with your customers

connecting with customersA website is the perfect tool for connecting with new customers and staying in touch with existing ones. Your website will always be available for them to ask you about your products or services as they all have a smartphone or computer to connect to the internet.

6 – Always open

signage reads open written in front of shop as websites are always open for businessA website is always live and open for business. It’s never closed, doesn’t have “working hours” and your customers can get in touch with you any time, whenever they want, by sending you a quote request online or ask for details about your products or services.

7 – Worldwide exposure

world globe inside tree leafsYour website will be accessible from all over the world and can potentially gain exposure from other parts of the world than those of your primary location in Cambodia.

8 – Time saver

clocks displaying 4 world time zonesYou will save lots of time with your online presence that you would otherwise spend communicating to your prospects by phone or during meetings as your website will provide all basic information you want to deliver to them, as well as the details about your products or services.

9 – Full control

control wall with monitors displaying an eye in different colorsYour website gives you full control over your business image and how you want it to be seen by potential customers. You, and nobody else, control the narrative, decide which audience you address and what you communicate to them.

10 – You are the boss (and you are at home!)

piles of coins next to a homeYour website belongs entirely to you as your domain name (ex. mywebsite.com) is exclusively your own property and you only can decide what is published online, when and how. Something that is not the case with other free support such as Facebook Pages which you should also run in addition to your website.

Cambodia is not different from other parts of the world. People use Facebook for connecting with friends & businesses, and search engines like Google and Bing for searching information about products and services. All serious businesses should have a presence at both: a website that is listed in Google and Bing search results and connects to their business Facebook Page.

Learn more here about Websites vs Facebook Pages.

More details about our website graphic design services may also be found at our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.

 

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