Building Websites for Small Businesses

| June 6, 2017

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Months of sending ideas back and forth to a friend and never-ending discussions over bottomless cups of coffee with your collaborator for a new project has finally come to fruition now. You’ve managed to sell your idea to your investors and are ready to take the next step: Getting a snazzy website proclaiming to the world about your business’s arrival. You’ve also pretty much got another kink straightened out alright: A clear idea of what exactly should get on your business’s website.

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