During Economic Downturn Small Business Owners Hope to Take Their Offline Businesses Online, as an Estimated 20 Million Small Business Owners Move Online by 2009

Due to the economic downturn, 20 million small business owners hope to take their business online by 2009. But some small businesses are overwhelmed with running their business and creating a website at the same time.

Tomball, TX, November 19, 2008 --(PR.com)-- "Small business owners are quickly moving online during these rough economic times, as an affordable way to increase revenue and advertise their business."

So says Jennifer Haubein of BestBizWebsiteSolutions.com.

By 2009 an estimated 20 million small business owners plan to move their offline business online, but some small business owners are overwhelmed and find it takes months to get their business online.

Jennifer Haubein, a website consultant and author of "5 Reasons Your Website Just Isn't Working", finds her clients can't seem to find the time to stop working in their business and start working on their business.

Jennifer goes on to state that small business owners understand the importance of having an online presence, but just don't know how to get started. And with social networking tools on the rise such as, Facebook and Twitter, it's essential for small business owners to start interacting with potential customers online.

She reveals that because Internet advertising is a more affordable way to attract new customers; online advertising is up 21% in spite of the recent economic downturn.

"There is a lot involved with creating a website, especially an e-commerce website. This is why I'm putting together a special event on how to get your website off your to do list and online," says Jennifer.

During this free event Jennifer will interview Marcia Francois of www.OrganiseYourBusiness.com who will reveal her DREAM method of organizing your website or blog.

To sign up for this free event, "How To Get Your Website or Blog Off Your To Do List And Online", visit www.bestbizwebsitesolutions.com/organize_seminar.html

Jennifer Haubein
Best Biz Website Solutions
Phone: 713-429-1854
Fax: 713-481-6209

Best Biz Website Solutions
Sherry Harmon, Assistant to Jennifer Haubein