In many cases, your website will be a customer's first interaction with your business, so it is vital to make that first impression count.
As always, you get what you pay for, so a cheap website made from a template or do-it-your-self software will immediately set up a negative image, while a smart, well thought out, professional-looking site will convey those same values onto your company. View portfolio.
Your site can be as big or small, simple or complicated as you want when you contact me, we can discuss the best options. Getting started.
You may just need a single page with your details and contact information effectively a digital business card which puts over a modern, stylish image.
A full company website expands this idea to include extensive information about your facilities, staff and services.
Many businesses and organisations use their website to display their wares. This is known as a brochure website, and allows customers to browse pictures and information about your products and services at the click of a button. And of course, because it is online, you can keep the details up to date far more easily and economically than with a printed catalogue.
A blog can be more than just an online personal diary. Many company websites feature blog entries to communicate with customers about new products, the latest offers, special events and the like. Refreshing the site's content regularly won't hurt your ranking on Google, either.
Your website can even be linked up with a matching company FaceBook page, to really make the most of online media.
The logical step up from a brochure website is to allow your customers to buy your products online. A good e-commerce website, or online store, can be an alternative to a high street shop or showroom, and the increase in orders can catapult your business to new heights.
Your website can feature numerous functions to meet your exact needs. Here are some examples:
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