I should preface this by saying we're a Wordpress firm and that almost all of our websites are made in Wordpress. We feel that strongly about the platform.
Back in the old days... my old days... early 2000's—getting a website made in a flexible platform such as Wordpress (which was still in its infancy) wasn't really possible for the everyday person. For those of us that did web design, we had to code a website in just HTML—uphill both ways. Not that this isn't still a viable option for some but with the advent...
"Can you believe how bad this website is, Frank?"
If you're not treating your website as your storefront, you're falling behind. When you meet someone and mention your business—you would assume they're going to Google it to find out more information. Will they even find your website? Once they do, what's going to be their first impression?
If you're worried about what visitors will see, it's time to start asking yourself these questions:
1. Do you avoid promoting it?
If you're embarrassed by the way...