There’s not one single answer to this question. A website design is quoted based on the needs of each individual project. Every website is unique and requires different components; we design and develop websites specifically for your business. We’ll ask a lot of questions, assess your needs, and give you a quote based on that assessment. Most of our sites run in the £750 to £2500 range, but can be more or less depending on needs.
Yes, we can port the domain to us and manage it on your behalf at no additional cost. If desired, you can choose to keep your existing domain registrar and direct it to the website we build.
Yes we can provide copywriting services that will take care of all of the content writing an website text.
Many processes go into the production of a website, in turn if all these processes are executed correctly it will produce a website that work with you to enhance your companies sales, marketing and image. This is achieved with good website design, user navigation and website Search Engine Optimisation.
Yes. WordPress is a great content management system that now powers more than 30% of the web. Its huge market share is due to it’s flexibility and ease of use. Don’t worry, we provide extensive training to show you how to get the most out of its functionality.
We can! We provide on-going support for many of our clients.
When a potential customer visits your website they will initially perceive the quality of your services or products from the appearance of the website design. As this is your online shop front it’s important to keep it modern and up-to-date, you can ask yourself this question who would you buy from a company with a modern attractive website or a company that has a website that appears to be outdated and unloved?
We are a great fit for businesses who provide a service for consumers, operate in a local or regional market and have less than 25 employees. We can also be a good fit for some B2B businesses, depending on the marketing goals.
SEO means ‘search engine optimisation. The term SEO can actually umbrella a few things, like on-page SEO, off page SEO and search engine marketing. When people use the term SEO, they are generally talking about the art of programming a website so that search engines understand and rank it. Both layout and programming have an effect on the way search engines rank a site. Ultimately Google wants websites to be easy for users to navigate, fast, content rich and programmed so that search engine crawlers easily understand what is on each page.