Hey there small business owners and mom entrepreneurs!
Are you dreading the summer months because you know it means a slowdown in business and juggling work and taking care of your kids at the same time? Well, I have some good news for you. Why not use this spring to start building your new website and have it ready for a summer launch?
I know, I know. You may be thinking, "Why would I want to add more work to my plate?" But hear me out. There are actually several reasons why launching your new website this summer can be beneficial for your business and for you personally.
First of all, having a new website can generate leads and keep your business running while you're enjoying some well-deserved time off with your family. A website is like having a 24/7 storefront that never closes. Even if you're on vacation or spending time with your kids, potential customers can still find and engage with your business through your website.
Secondly, a new website can help you streamline your business processes and make things more efficient. For example, if you sell products or services online, a new website can make it easier for customers to find what they're looking for and make a purchase. It can also help you automate certain tasks, freeing up your time to focus on other areas of your business.
Another reason to launch your new website this summer is that it can help you stand out from the competition. With so many businesses going online, having a website that looks modern and professional can give you an edge over others in your industry. Plus, it shows potential customers that you're serious about your business and that you're willing to invest in it.
Finally, launching your new website this summer can give you a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction. Starting and running a business is no easy feat, and having a website that represents your brand and helps you reach your goals can be a source of pride.
Now, I know that as a small business owner or mom entrepreneur, you may have concerns about launching a new website while also taking care of your kids during the summer. But the good news is that there are plenty of resources and tools available to help you make the process easier. From website builders like Wix and Squarespace to hiring a professional to get the job done, there are options for every budget and skill level. Remember that building a website takes time, so book now to allow at least 4-6 weeks for your designer.
So, what are you waiting for? This summer, take the plunge and launch your new website. Your business (and your sanity) will thank you!
Let's chat about your website goals on a free 30 minute discovery call!