Yes. We like to offer the ability for our clients to update the website themselves. We we’ll give you all the training and tools to be able to make website amendments. We use a easy to use platform called WordPress so you can add edit and delete content without paying us to do it for you.
It takes approximately 6-10 weeks to build a website from start to finish, providing we have all the information from you. Our full web design process is broken down here. Generally speaking, the website will only take a long time if we are still waiting for text and images from yourself.
If you already have a website. That’s great. This means we can build your new website whilst your other website is still live. Once we are ready to go live and you are happy with the new site we can then swap the old site for the new one. It can take as little as 10 minutes for the new website to be visible. This means you’ll barely even notice a dip in your traffic numbers.
You can have an unlimited amount of pages on your website. We will usually design you 3 pages layouts i.e. A homepage, a blog page an inner page e.g. your about page. You can then use whichever layout you want for each new page you want to add.
Yes. Your website will be fully responsive and will look great on all devices. We don’t charge extra for this. It comes as standard.
No SEO company can guarantee a number #1 position or specific ranking for your site for a given keyword phrase. There are simply too many variables involved in determining placement within each search engine’s results. For example, a search engine changing their ranking algorithms, efforts made by competitors, and new sites being added to the Internet are just a few ever changing variables that can affect your website’s placement.
We will provide our best efforts without any seo guarantee to obtain high rankings for your selected website(s) with the major search engines and directories.
With the growth in the number of websites, getting high search engine rankings with single keywords is very difficult. You are much better off targeting keyword phrases. Keyword phrases are two or three word phrases that your target market is likely to use to search for your site. “Home Business” is better than “Business” and “Home Business Software” is better still. Remember that single keywords usually return the least targeted leads.
Some keywords or keywords phrase are going to be much more competitive than others and it takes time to get in the top ranking.
The first thing you need to do when you begin chasing a good search engine ranking is decide which words you want to rank well for. This is called performing a keyword analysis. Keyword analysis involves a bit of research and a good knowledge of your business and the benefits you offer your customers.
Yes! we work for clients around the world, including USA, UK, and other countries.
It varies with every search engine. In general, most search engines will index NEW websites within a week.
Most businesses need to advertise at some stage - but for many, PR, events, direct selling, email marketing and use of social media will also achieve excellent results.
Online advertising is now generally the most cost-effective and easiest way to reach a large audience; national media publications are losing readership. However, local papers and magazines are still widely read, and some specialist journals can also hit the mark if you want to reach a niche audience.
A good advert might bring in a lot of enquiries, but lead to few sales because it is poorly worded or badly targeted. Measuring the effectiveness of your advertising is absolutely key.
A well-designed advertisement can:
generate sales or enquiries;
improve your company image;
create awareness of your products or services;
get the word out about a sales promotion or offer;
help establish you in a new location.
It is important to decide what your ad to achieve before you start writing it. Remember to lead with a customer-focused proposition - what problem can you solve for your audience?. Clear is better than clever.
As a rule of thumb, only consider using an advertising agency if you plan to spend more than £10,000 on advertising. Typically, agency fees will amount to around 15 per cent of your advertising budget.
Look for an agency that has experience of your industry. Look at samples of their past work and ask whether there are any satisfied customers you can speak to, or testimonials you can read.
Ask for initial ideas to get a feel for what they can offer you - but don't expect too much without a full creative brief.
Whether you decide to do your own advertising or use an agency, remember that your advertising creates an image of your company. It is better not to advertise at all than to have a poorly thought out, mediocre advert that damages your reputation.
If you decide to do it yourself, get as much help as you can from people you know with experience in this field.
If you monitor the effectiveness of your campaign, you will get an idea of how long it needs to run to achieve its objectives.
If you are not getting the anticipated results, tracking what is going on will show you when and how your advertising needs to change. The quickest results tend to come from online advertising.
Advertising should not be used as a quick, short-term fix, only brought into play when something is going wrong. It should be planned to support your overall marketing strategy and to complement your other customer communications.
You should keep an eye on your competitors' adverts, as this can give you valuable insights into their marketing strategies. But don't try to copy them.
Marketing is all about creating a competitive advantage. Just doing the same things as your competitors does not put you ahead of them. Either do better, or be different - but above all, work to your own strengths and don't feel the need to create a rivalry for the sake of it.
It is much better to put your energy into creating a customer offer that is attractive and profitable.