I wanted to give you an insight into what is needed to get a great website for your practice.
At PracticeNet, we take all the hard work out of delivering a website that you will be proud of. We help create your content, develop your website, keep it up-to-date, add news every day, make sure it looks great on a mobile and best of all, we give you a new website for free every three years.
Over 100 accountants throughout Ireland use PracticeNet for their websites. If you would like to join our family ‘so to speak’ get in touch today at 064 66 76 100.
The truth is, the average website visit is less than one minute in length, with visitors typically deciding in that time frame whether or not to explore the website further.
In fact, the decision to stay on a website is typically decided within the first 12 seconds on the site; not a lot of time to make that good first impression.
PracticeNet are your website partners. We add the latest taxation, financial and accountancy resources to your website along with daily business news. We create a personalised branded newsletter every quarter and a personalised budget summary each year for you, (these documents are great to use to keep in touch with your clients).
We also make it easy for you to take credit card payments through your website and best of all, we give you a new website for free every three years.
Over 100 accountants throughout Ireland love us.*
* We don’t have the data on the exact figure that love us.
The way people find an accountant has changed drastically over the last decade. Prospective clients are much more likely to use search engines or check out your website.
How many of you look on the web for information about a potential supplier or competitor? You probably do this almost every day. Think about this. How often do you visit a supplier’s web site before you go to see them? Do you physically visit many businesses today? How many of your suppliers businesses have you been in?
Would you be pleased to have potential clients visit your site? Does it represent the quality and values of your practice?
What does your practice look like on the web? Does your site look professional and offer information that your clients will be interested in, or is it still in the 90’s acting only as a listing?
Consider your goals for your website. Are these clearly communicated and accomplished? What do you want the website to do for your practice?
Your website is a reflection of your business. If it’s out of date, visitors will assume your business is out of date. If it is impersonal, your prospects will think you have impersonal customer service. If it’s partially complete with pages that say, ‘Coming soon’, they will think you can’t finish a project.