50 Features Your Small Business Website Must Consider Having [Infographic]

In this dynamically evolving digital marketplace, nothing is more important than to enhance your online visibility. Your online presence should attract your ideal target audience demographic. You need to stay two steps ahead of your competition, especially when it is selling similar products or services. And this starts with the right website.

50 Features Your Small Business Website Must Consider Having

A majority of businesses invest heavily in digital marketing. They focus primarily on social media campaigns, content marketing strategies, etc. Search engine optimization is also a popular online marketing tool that helps boost your search engine rankings on Google, Bing, etc.

However, what most businesses seem to undermine or neglect is the power of combining effective and efficient lead generation techniques to quickly convert their potential customers into sales leads.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Search Engine Optimization is still one of the best techniques to enhance your lead generation. It is one of the most fundamental and frequently used strategies by all professional web developers and IT marketing specialists.

SEO is a powerful, effective precision-based tactic to maximize your lead generation by integrating organic website searches. These organic searches primarily consist of critical keywords used by your target audience, amongst millions of other people in the world to search for products similar to what you are offering.

The higher you rank on Google’s search engine results, the more visible your website becomes on the first page of Google’s search results. This tremendously increases your chances of getting click-throughs, as your potential customer will not bother going to another site when he can select from the top 3 or top 5.

How to Use Boost SEO with Content Marketing

Content marketing should be your foremost tactic in boosting your SEO efforts. According to a survey posted by B2B Content Marketing Research back in 2014, it was identified that more than 93% of digital marketing specialists incorporate the use of content marketing strategies as a primary tool for effective lead generation.

Your website must be designed and developed to factor in the SEO part.

Combining organic techniques with paid searches can ridiculously boost your online marketing strategies. This will allow you to reach target audiences in multiple demographics. That is, if your website is easy for the user to navigate and find the information that they are looking for.

The following infographic by 99MediaLab can help you to know what features your small business website needs. Perhaps more important, you can figure out where these features need to be integrated to be successful.

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4 thoughts on “50 Features Your Small Business Website Must Consider Having [Infographic]

  • A couple questions:

    1. Why do you need the captcha “I’m not a robot” feature?
    2. Why shouldn’t you upload videos onto the website server?

    Scott (www.nymathtutor.com)

    • Hi Scott!

      To answer your questions:
      1. The CAPTCHA feature reduces the amount of spam on your website. Spam bots have become super sophisticated! Even though it is an extra step for users to go through, it only takes a couple seconds to prove you’re a human, so it’s no much of an inconvenience.
      2. Uploading videos onto your own server uses a ton of your bandwith. If you upload your video to a site like YouTube, you enjoy the benefit of your video being indexed by YouTube’s robust search engine, which leads to better SEO. You can simply embed the YouTube video onto your site. Then you can experience more visibility than if your video lived on your site alone.

      I hope this helps. Thanks for stopping by!

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