Imagine you traveled back in time and had to start a business in, say, 1966. Among the things you’d need to worry about: the way your storefront looked.
It’s fifty years later, and – assuming you own a brick-and-mortar business – you’re still concerned about the way your storefront looks. But because it’s 2016 and not 1966, you have a website. How does that look? It’s a virtual front door to your business, but how are you getting people across the threshold?