The answer to this question could be “yes” or could be “no.” Only you, the business owner can answer it.
Only you can determine if your company needs a website. While making the determination, you want to consider that a website is multi-functional, and is a communication tool — not just an advertisement. If your business is organized, all of your clientele is local, and you have a backlog of customers waiting to be serviced –and you can handle that service effectively — you may not need a website.
If you often wish you could communicate effectively with a broader range of clients/customers, publicly post answers to frequently asked questions, attract new customers, break into new markets, and take the market share from your competitors — then a website is a MUST!
A website is like your giant public bulletin board where people can get information on how to find you, where you are located, what you have to offer, why your service is unique, and what’s new in your company. It’s also a communication forum through which your customers can communicate back to you with questions, concerns, and feedback on their needs.