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    website or app


    by mrfarhan.aka ·

    hi there im new here my question is that i have a new and small business and i want my business to be online and i have some friends that are suggesting to build a website and some are suggesting to build a app so i need suggestions from pro members that what would be beneficial for my business?

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      by kees_b ·

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      That depends on your business, your customers and your competitors.

      I’d say it’s easier to get people to visit a website than to install an app.

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        my business

        by mrfarhan.aka ·

        In reply to Re: website or app

        i have a business of tea leafs and tea is very popular in my area and my customers are those who are selling tea b2b type

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        by birdmantd ·

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        I have to agree with my fellow moderator that a website is a better choice in this example. Far too much information for a phone application.

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          by kees_b ·

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          Of course, the website should be responsive, don’t you think, to be as useful as possible on a phone. Then, in some respects, you get the best of both worlds.

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      by lucasgarciabertaina ·

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      I totally recommend the option to make a website application. Another advantage you have compared to a simple application is that you can expand the content you want to show faster and cheaper. Also, get an application to require more friction for the user than logging into a website

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        by mrfarhan.aka ·

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        Thank you all and now I dont know how to create a website i will have to get it done by someone else so what are the things I need to check while getting a website built or what should I tell the website developer that these things should be on my website?

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          by kees_b ·

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          Start with having a good look on websites from your competitors. That should give you some ideas about how you want your website to look and what functionality it should have.
          Write a nice document with what you learned.

          Then find a few companies or freelancers that have one or more websites more or less like that in their portfolio. And ask how much the website you imagine would cost if they make it.

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      I think staring with a website would be great idea.

      by Harisamer214 ·

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      You can always start with a website and then build an app later. This is a good option if you are on a tight budget or if you are not sure whether an app is right for your business.

      where you have a website that can also be accessed as an app. This is a good option if you want to reach a wider audience and if you want to provide a more interactive experience for your customers.

      Benefits of having a website for your small business:

      1.A website can help you establish a presence online and reach a wider audience.
      2.A website can provide information about your business, products, and services.
      3.A website can allow you to accept online payments.
      4.A website can help you build customer loyalty.

      Benefits of having an app for your small business:

      1.An app can provide a more interactive and engaging experience for your customers.
      2.An app can make it easier for your customers to access your products and services.
      3.An app can help you reach a wider audience, especially if your target audience is on mobile devices.

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      Deciding between a website and an app depends on the nature of your busines

      by GracePerkins ·

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      Generally, if you’re looking to establish a strong online presence and provide information about your business, services, and products, a website is essential. Websites are accessible across various devices and can be found through search engines.

      On the other hand, if you plan to engage customers with interactive features, personalized experiences, or need to leverage device-specific functionalities, then developing an app could be beneficial. Apps often provide a more immersive user experience and can help with customer loyalty.

      Consider your business goals, budget, and the preferences of your target audience when making this decision.

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      website or app

      by indysideitsolutions ·

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      Certainly! When deciding between a website and an app, it’s important to consider the specific goals and functionalities you want to achieve.

      A website is a collection of web pages accessible via the internet. It’s versatile and can be accessed on various devices with a web browser. Websites are great for providing information, content, and services that are easily accessible to a wide audience.

      On the other hand, an app, short for application, is a software program designed to perform specific tasks or functions on a mobile device or computer. Apps are typically downloaded and installed on a device. They can offer a more interactive and personalized user experience, often utilizing device features like GPS, camera, and notifications.

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