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Sep 4, 2017


Episode 18 – The Start a Local Small Business Podcast

Today’s Topic:  10 Must Have Items on Your Local Small Business Website

Your Website is a Crucial Piece of Your Local Small Business Marketing Plan

Here is what we discuss in today's episode:

Since your website is a crucial piece of your local small business marketing plan. You want to make sure that your website has the information that your customers and clients are looking for. Today we will go over the 10 must have items you need to make sure on your business website.  Some will be obvious and some you might not have thought of.


  1. Your Company Name and If Needed What You Do
  2. Have Your Core Services or Products on the Website
  3. Hours of Operations
  4. Directions & Location of Your Business
  5. You Need an About Us Page
  6. A Contact Page with Email & Phone Numbers
  7. Pricing or Estimates
  8. Testimonials from Past Customers / Clients
  9. FAQs or Frequently Asked Questions
  10. Before and After Pictures


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