Why does a small business need a website?
I am increasingly discovering management consultants, business coaches, and similar sole proprietor firms without websites.
I’ve met many of their practitioners and they explain they publicize their phone numbers, email addresses, and/or postal addresses as means for potential clients to contact them—and their businesses are booming.
Are they anomalies because they are old-school marketers, or because they recognize a static website is not necessary?
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