Which website for my company?

An online presence to meet many objectives

  • Be visible to a large audience
  • Improve your reputation and your e-reputation among Internet users
  • Develop your address book by collecting data on your prospects for example
  • Marketing your products online

For institutional communication, opt for the showcase site

  • customers: create a link thanks to your values and your commitments.
  • prospects: think of putting examples of achievements and customer reviews.
  • employees and potential candidates: prepare a recruitment section.

For online sales, create an e-commerce site

  • Consult the technical characteristics of the product,
  • Place an order by adding the items they are interested in to a virtual basket,
  • Proceed to the secure online purchase.

For internal communication, think intranet

  • Internal chat
  • Documentary database
  • Project management tool
  • News and practical information
  • Organization chart
  • Directory

To position yourself as an expert, express yourself through a blog

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Prince Youlou is the CEO and co-founder of Niochi, the start-up whose mission is to make tourists feel at home across Africa. He does everything with intensity.

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Prince Youlou is the CEO and co-founder of Niochi, the start-up whose mission is to make tourists feel at home across Africa. He does everything with intensity.

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