Your website should be employee of the month. Every month. It can answer customer questions, process sales, schedule appointments, promote your business, organize files, support sales, and track performance. Plus, it can work 24/7 and never ask for overtime.
Your website should be your number one employee, but is it actually working?
There are 13,690,000,000 search results for the phrase “can your customers find you?” Google is competitive. Unless you developed your website with SEO in mind, it’s likely invisible. A major benefit of a new website is that SEO can be built into its foundation, which will dramatically increase its ranking on Google.
You probably have your phone number on your website, but have you asked yourself important questions like, “Is it the right size?” “Is it the right color?” “Is it in the right place?” “Is it displayed frequently enough?” and, “Is it clickable on mobile?” The answers to these questions are directly affecting your bottom line. Another major reason to redo a website is if your developer never used phrases like “conversion rate optimization,” “human centered design,” or “user-experience.”
Research shows that 75% of customers judge a company’s credibility based on web design alone. If your website isn’t professional, aesthetically pleasing, and clean then your brand is compromised everytime a potential customer visits your website.
Websites are versatile. They can manage and automate many tasks like schedule appointments, process online orders, settle customer complaints, manage event sign-ups, facilitate online donations, upload leads into CRMs, etc. Expanding backend functionality can save countless hours, improve data organization, and streamline processes to maintain accuracy.
There is software that can track everything from monthly website visitors to user-behavior (e.g. how many pages are visited, in what order, and for how long, etc.) to develop customer persons, which are used for targeted advertisements. When websites communicate clear and accurate information, website design and advertising campaigns can be optimized to maximize performance.
Project price depends on the number of pages, backend functionality, and design complexity. In general, our projects range between $5,000 and $10,000.
Yes, each website comes with a comprehensive keyword strategy, and optimized Title, H1, and H2 tag for every page. If that sounds technical, don’t worry, that’s why we’re here to help.
That’s correct. We use WordPress to guarantee that every website is easily editable, even if you do not have a technical background.
Projects take roughly four weeks, but the timeline is largely dependent on how quickly feedback is provided.
Yes, we can continue to maintain and manage the website, which involves hosting, nightly backups, WordPress updates, security precautions, and any requested edits.