Working on the first official pitch for your startup can be nerve-wracking because you’re asking people to take a chance on you. The only way to get your company off the ground is to start working. Part of that is having a professional website. There are some disheartening statistics surrounding startups. 50 percent of the new businesses fail in the first five years.
95 percent of the startup owners have at least a bachelor’s degree.
Raising capital is the hardest thing to do
These numbers are pretty daunting, but that doesn’t stop from thousands of people from starting their own business every day. One of the easiest places to start is online. WordPress allows you to make a beautiful website that you can easily maintain for little to no money.
Let’s see how.
Startups Need a Solid Website
A startup needs a website. Period. A well managed and consolidated website is a must. However coding a site from scratch isn’t always easy, especially when you’re trying to start your own business.
A startup’s website should:
Be easily managed.
Cost very little.
Integrate well with search engines and for social marketing.
Have proper navigation, organized content,