Creating Beautiful Websites that work on all devices
Your website should be beautiful, easy to navigate and contain pertinent information about what you are offering. It’s the place people visit to find out how you can serve them, so make sure all the frequently asked questions are a part of your site.
Making Sure Your Message Is Clear and Visual
You only have a few seconds to grab a client’s attention and to get them to navigate through your site to find out more about your company. We’ll create a clear and visual message about your product, service or event that will draw them into the site, wanting to know more. The world has become extremely visual and fast-paced, so you need to capture the attention of your customer quickly and efficiently with professional graphics and organized content.
Is your site responsive?
Having a responsive website means that consumers can easily view and navigate through your site from a smartphone or tablet. The user experience is just easier. Millennials have become the next generation of growing consumers that use their phones and tablets exclusively to search for products via the internet. If we’re creating a new site or updating your current site we’ll make sure it’s in compliance.
The rumor started that your Google ranking would diminish if your site isn’t responsive, but that has proven untrue. Google still ranks pages by relevant keyword and phrases. We still recommend that you convert your site to a responsive platform just to enable your users a better experience. If you already have a site check how it works on phones and tablets and if you’re happy with the results, then there’s no reason to convert your current site. If you’re not sure shoot us an email via our contact page and we will get back to you.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
As we design your site, we make sure content contains pertinent search terms. How are people going to find you? They find you by using keywords and phrases that pertain to your product, service or event. Go ahead and try it. Enter a keyword that you think people would place in the Google search bar to find your website. Does your business show up right away? If not, maybe that keyword isn’t necessary to your business, but if your competition appears within that search and you don’t, we need to talk.
What’s the difference between a Domain and Hosting?
Think of it this way, your domain is your address and hosting is your house where your store your files which consist of your website pages and photos.