” I have a small business and I don’t think our product can be sold online. Do I really need a website?” That’s a good question and probably the most frequently asked question of the Internet age. Today, a large portion of business revenues are derived from online transactions or from offline transactions that are a result of online marketing efforts. Also, don’t think that your product can’t be sold online. Today, anything and everything can be sold on the Internet. Millions of online shoppers line up to buy everything from books to health and beauty products to cars to real estate to jet airplanes. You name it and it is being sold online. But if you still feel that your product does not lend itself to easy online sales, you should at the very least have an online presence. If you have a website, your customers, partners, potential employees and investors can easily learn more about your business and the products/services you have on offer. One of the great things about the Internet is that it has leveled the playing field for businesses. It has created a flat world in which an upstart brand, armed with a professional website, can challenge an incumbent. It does not matter if you are a small business or a corporate giant, if you don’t have a website, you’re losing sales to other companies that do.