With all of these options available to you, why do you even need a Website Design Agency at all?
The answer lies in your sales figures.
There are three significant problems with ALL of these solutions;
- They’re just not high performing. Slow page speed.
- They lack options and customisation.
- And most dangerous of all, they come with strings attached.
No matter what business you’re in, you’ve got competitors. If your business is going to be successful, you need to compete. Not just in one area, but in every area. Any eCommerce business has to be agnostic, and harness all of the power that is available to it from every possible channel.
Web, Search and Social. It all has to work together. When it does, you unlock massive value for your business and you’ll blow the competition out of the water.
- Google Sites work with Google.
- Facebook Pages work with Facebook.
- Telstra’s services rely on you being a Telstra customer.
Sure, they sound like fast & cheap solutions. And they are. But as your business grows, these ‘one size fits all’ solutions, and their myriad of ‘strings attached’, will only hold you back.
Think about it – each one of these solutions are offered by very large companies as a method of keeping you invested in their core business. Not yours.
Google wants you to spend money on Ads. Can’t afford a website? No problem, use Google Sites – now buy Google ads. Facebook is the same. Telstra? What happens when Optus suddenly becomes a better telco partner for your business? Good luck making the switch, then. You’ll be left ‘on hold’.
And that’s the point. This business is your baby. Your dream. Don’t get caught up in the plans of some other companies corporate shareholders. Stand on your own two feet.
The DIY solutions are a great place to start. But as your business scales, you’ll quickly outgrow those solutions, and you won’t have the time to do everything yourself.
That’s when you need an eCommerce Website Design Agency.
When your Catalogue grows to 10, 20 and even 100, or 200+ products.
When your focus shifts from “will I make it” to “how can we keep up with demand?”.
Don’t get stuck taking the easy way out. You’ll only regret it. And you’ll only realise that regret, in the exact moment when success is staring at you in the face.
There are only two times in life, now and too late. And now’s the time to grow it.
So let’s get started!