Having worked as an IT professional for 15+ years I can support your technology, click here to see my resumé. Below I list a few important areas for business in technology.
SEO Search Engine Optimisation is perhaps one of the most important configurations for a business website. How easy it is to find you online. Clearly the earlier you appear in search results the easier you are to find. This will impact your business on the new street, the internet. The best way to find new customers is online.
Verification Site verification in Google webmaster. When you add your site in the google console there is a line of code to be put on your site for verification. If you go to Weebly and under the settings tab you can add that line to your header code as in the second picture below, then when you select verify in the Google app it is verified.
Sitemap Next generate a sitemap from the website https://www.xml-sitemaps.com/ and down load the xml version. Then creat a page on your weebly site called 'sitemap.xml', the xml is important I suspect. Build a text field on this page, when you build it make sure the page is hidden so you don't effect your live site. Now copy the text from your generated xml sitemap into the text field, notepad or safari worked for me choosing 'open with' in finder, you only need to copy the text. The Google app says the sitemap file must be in the root of the website, perhaps we are achieving those ends by creating a page called 'sitemap.xml'. Then in Google webmaster with the site selected, select the sitemap tab on the left as pictured below. Put in the name of the page you have created with the .xml, in my case 'siremap.xml', and it works, I can only speculate on how. Pathans a file with that name is created in the root, a 'sitemap.xml' with the code, a file which you are told to put there by google? With the correct xml code in the text field it works free, I'm always loath to spend a dollar. There are probably paid tools that do this, site verification for google. When you add the sitemap in google you just need to write the name of the xml page you have created , in my case "sitemap.xml', next to the URL for your site. Good luck, I hope the effort has benefit for the number of hits to yours.
Comments if you add the tool 'POWr Comments' to your site you can setup a comments section on any page. When building a page you just need to drag and drop the 'POWr Comments' from the elements third party column on the left and people can authenticate to leave a comment using email, Facebook or Google+. I left a test comment on the home page of this site, the only page I setup for comments. In build mode on the left if you click apps which is next to elements near the top and then click on 'app center' you can search for 'POWr Comments' there to install.