NEW YORK, Sept. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With more consumers searching online for information prior to making a purchase, small businesses are at an advantage with having a well-designed website. That first impression is an invaluable tool that oftentimes can be overlooked when creating and maintaining multiple pages on your company's website. The "Media" section of your website is one such page that can further tell your story, but if you don't have a library of material, how can you utilize this page to the fullest?
A "Media" section can be beneficial for the following reasons:
-- Helps to reinforce positive media messages -- A developed media section with informational content can help the consumer through the buying process
For further discussion on why your website should have a media section, read the latest article by Marc Prosser, publisher at Fit Small Business, on PR Newswire's Small Business Toolkit: http://bit.ly/1BdHdCT
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