The Website vs The Funnel
A website is made up of five to twenty or more online pages of content, including the about us page, contact information, a list of services or products, and sometimes a blog that’s updated regularly. The downside is that a lot of websites offer too many choices and too little direction. As a result, visitors get confused by all the pages and find it difficult to navigate the website’s highway.
A Funnel is designed to guide website traffic toward a single direction: getting a sale.
To do this, a sales funnel minimizes distractions like outgoing links or share buttons for social media. Each page of the sales funnel highlights what the company has to offer and prompts the visitor to buy it… or leave.
I'm not saying you shouldn't have a website but if you want to get impressive sales from the start, go for a funnel first. Since it allows you to test, target, and optimize your sales, you can expect more conversions, especially from paid traffic.