Website Quality and Corporate Financial Performance
Malangkucecwara School of Economics
Place of Publication
Business and Law
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.