Start the New Year with a New Website





Craig May

It's 2019! Make a New Website Resolution

Start the new year right with a brand new website for your small business!

So, another year has come and gone. Have you made your new website resolution for 2019?

Brick and Mortar is Slowly Becoming Obsolete

As the new year begins, more and more signs point to an inevitable fact: shopping IRL is on the way out. Last year, Sears announced 3rd quarter losses of over 558 million. The total Christmas season numbers aren’t in yet. Let’s just say they aren’t expecting good news.

Couple that with Walmart’s recent announcement of 63 Sam’s Club stores closing across the U.S., and the picture becomes more and more clear by the day.  Stores are closing left and right.

I still remember the quaint old days (of 2012) when the headlines warned that eCommerce might one day surpass sales of brick and mortar. Today, it’s a forgone conclusion. Maybe it’s not true for your business now. But, it’s coming. Customers making everyday purchases at a physical store is on the way out.

Seriously – You’ll Kick Yourself for Not Starting Sooner

The punchline? This is the best news a small business owner could possibly get. Building a website, dipping your feet into online marketing, even analyzing web traffic, is so much faster and cheaper than advertising the old fashioned way.

A small investment in eCommerce now can kick start a new business, or help guide a successful legacy business into the 21st century.

So, can you build your own business website? The answer is yes.

But, will it be any good?  The plot thickens.  There are now more services than you can count allowing you to build your own website. And, most of them are dirt cheap. But, let’s be honest: you’ve been putting off building or improving your site all year. Because no plug-and-play, drag-and-drop web builder is going to give you the results you want: a beautiful, custom site that lets your business stand out from the rest.

That’s where we come in

At Ramp Up Design, our sole focus is building your online business. Because we’re small, we move faster and charge less than the big local firms.

Contact us today and we’ll show you step by step, in everyday language, how we can build and maintain your website. So, scratch a to-do item off your list of 2019 resolutions and bring your business to the web!

Reach out today for a free consultation!

Craig founded Ramp Up Design in 2014.  He lives in Dallas, TX with his wife family.