To design and produce the most effective new or upgraded website for you, it's essential for us to learn about your business and what it does. The exercise of organising web content can also often be an opportunity for you to take a fresh look and achieve better focus on what you are doing.
In order for your website to go live on the world wide web, a domain name needs to be purchased. Generally this is set up by us when your website goes live. If you purchased your domain name yourself, then you will be emailed the login details to maintain the domain settings. We need this information when sending your website live.
To have a device-responsive website is no longer really optional. Over half of all website visits are now made using mobile devices and early in 2015, Google announced that it would give higher search rankings to websites which are mobile friendly.
With a new Google My Business account your clients can easily find your business whether they are looking for you on Google search, Maps or Google Plus. It will also improve your website's search ranking.
Another good SEO tool (to increase the searchability of your website on the internet) is to set up a Facebook page for your business.You will need a personal Facebook account first in order to do this.
Have you noticed lately that the young 'uns are not on Facebook so often any more? It seems that the Facebook demographic has become older, and that younger people are now using Instagram a lot.
It is a good idea if you want your business to be noticed to have an Instagram account as part of your social media marketing strategy.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is intended to improve your website's search ranking and make your business easier to find on the web. While we build in SEO best practice when producing your website, there's a lot you can do when creating and updating page content to keep your wesbite more visible.
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