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Small firms without a website are missing out on up to £52,000 of revenue per year

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Small firms without a website are missing out on up to £52,000 of revenue per year, according to new research. The survey of 400 small firms, carried out by web developer Mr Site, found that more than half of UK businesses do not have a website. The research revealed that 56% of small firms with a website had seen their overall turnover increase with the launch of their site – with the average turnover rising by 37%. The poll also found that small firms without a website are missing out on potential revenue of £52,000 a year – equivalent to £235 billion in lost revenue across the UK. “It’s incredible to think there are still so many small businesses in the UK without a website,” said co-founder of Mr Site, Beatrice Hatherley. “Our resea... »