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How To Build A One Page Site For Your Business

03 September 2019 | 0 comments | Posted by Che Kohler in nichemarket Advice

Build a free one page website for your business

Starting a business is tough, and with so many aspects demanding your attention, it's easy to get sidetracked and let things slide. One of the prerequisites of any business in this day and ages is to have an online presence.

If you're not online, you're invisible to the world around you. But that's easier said than done. Creating a website costs money requires time and effort and not every startup owner has that kind of luxury, especially in South Africa.

We at nichemarket realised this pretty early on, which is why we launched our free one-page website builder explicitly geared to South African businesses.

Get up and running

South African hustlers and SME's they don't have time to mess around with the design, to make sure the site SEO friendly, to make sure a site is mobile responsive, they just want results and that's what you'll get with nichemarket.

We've taken the liberty of handling all the technical issues and making sure your site will be Google and Moble Friendly and all you need to do is provide the information.

  • Create a FREE account, yes its mahala.
  • Add a logo
  • Add a description
  • Choose a category to feature in so it's easier to find you
  • Add your contact details
  • Add any images you would like
  • Add any frequently asked questions about your business
  • Click publish

You'll be up and running online quicker than any trip to home affairs. In fact, you could set up your one-page site while sitting in the queue at home affairs and have it done in 10 minutes.

Benefits of a one-page site

A one-page website provides all of the standard information of a website on a single webpage.

One page sites are ideal for those looking to showcase business information quickly and concisely. A one-page website eliminates any unnecessary scrolling or clicking and ensures that customers can contact you as swiftly and as efficiently as possible.

A one-page website has a robust design that's both minimalistic and organised.

The layout enhances a user's experience by allowing them to consume your content in a very linear way instead of getting lost in multiple pages.

The format is well adapted for mobile sites and tablets, too. A one-page website is also easy to maintain and requires fewer resources than a classic website.

Claim your one-page site today

If you've heard enough and you're keen to get started, let's begin.

Create my one-page site

Contact us

If you would like to know more about digital marketing for your business, then don’t be shy we’re happy to assist. Simply contact us

Are you looking to promote your business?

South African Business owners can create your free business listing on nichemarket. The more information you provide about your business, the easier it will be for your customers to find you online. Registering with nichemarket is easy; all you will need to do is head over to our sign up form and follow the instructions.

If you require a more detailed guide on how to create your profile or your listing, then we highly recommend you check out the following articles. 

Recommended reading

If you enjoyed this post and have a little extra time to dive deeper down the rabbit hole, why not check out the following posts on building a website.

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