Look Good with Professional Web Site Design
I could probably retire if I’d received a pound for every-time I’ve heard comments along the lines of:
“I’m not happy with my website. I hate how it looks and it costs me a lot of money to make changes. Nothing seems to happen. I don’t appear anywhere significant in Google despite paying regular fees. I don’t understand the Internet and I’m really annoyed with my current [designer/agency/programmer]“
It pains me to hear people having such bad experiences with their websites. Let me reassure you that most of us freelance web designers are excellent at what we do and produce great websites that work hard for you and your business.
I understand that getting a new website designed or updating and existing site can seem quite daunting. I find that many small businesses have limited or little Internet experience and don’t have the budget for an in-house web team. Alongside this is a fear of being ‘ripped-off’ and/or bamboozled by ‘geek speak’.
You want a new website but you don’t have the time or skills to do it yourself and you don’t want to spend more money on yet another website that doesn’t deliver on its promise. How much would you like to work with someone who’s interested in understanding your business and wants to work with you to achieve results?
Knowing how to design an effective website that not only satisfies your business objectives and customers’ needs but also those of search engines can seem like a daunting task. And keeping it up to date with everything else you have to do is just too much. That’s where I come in.
Magic and Fairy Dust
What you need is a website specifically designed to have maximum marketing impact for you – a website of substance with a little sprinkle of glitter. That’s what I excel at. I manage the whole process for you right from domain name registration through design, site structure, writing copy, hosting, search engine optimization, new content generation and the all important analytics and reporting.
An important thing to remember is that websites are not a primary source of business – they are a form of validation to support other marketing activities. Think of it this way, you’re not going to become aware of a new product or service from a website itself – how would you find that website without first knowing something about it?
You’re going to find a website by first becoming aware of, or having a need for, a product or service and then doing research – most likely via a keyword search in a search engine. You can see that if you don’t tell anyone about your website, no-one will find it!
Why Online Marketing is Important – read my simple explanation…