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Having a website for your business might seem obvious to some, but it turns out more than 50 percent of U.S. small businesses still don't have even a basic website. To many customers, your presence on the web is their first impression of your business. It should be critical to have a website that showcases who you are and what you do.
If you haven't created a website yet, these three simple tools can help you bring your business online -- where the customers are -- so you can keep doing what you do best.
San Francisco Chronicle Create A Website Today as Easysite Introduces the "We-Build-It" Package San Francisco Chronicle Easysite.com was born into the industry back in 2005 helping just about anyone create any type of website they could think of.
The Next Web Webydo Launches In Beta Its Code-Free Website Creation Platform The Next Web Some of the notable features of Webydo includes the ability for it to design a site using professional web design software.
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