Website Quality and Corporate Financial Performance
Malangkucecwara School of Economics
Place of Publication
Faculty of Business and Law
School of Accounting, Finance and Economics
The paper explores the relationship between the quality of a company's website and aspects of corporate financial performance. A specialised commercial survey instrument is used to measure the quality of website for listed UK manufacturing companies, which is then compared with financial ratio performance. A significant relationship between financial gearing and website quality is observed, consistent with the findings of parallel studies using corporate narratives.