Designed and built with your business in mind
Having a website is one of the most effective ways to see a substantial growth in sales and brand awareness.
I completed a survey, which shows that 74 in 100 people look for a business online before shopping at their physical store, it’s important that you have that online presence and represent yourself in the biggest directory.
Starting an online presence
In a modern society, having an online presence is almost crucial to maintaining a business. Without one you are limiting your potential.
Below are some of the steps that I can take to get you online.
Let's design a website perfect for your brand. Designs are well researched and provide key information to assist the building process.
After the design stage, let's get your website started. All the features that you need will be implemented to give your users the best experience.
Now you've got a website, it's important to get it out there. Before you start generating organic leads, I find it's best to advertise using PPC.
Website, check; social media? More and more people are relying on social media to find info about business. Social media is also a great way to connect to your customers.
Your website needs to be optimised to ensure that it appears after a relevant search. There are many points that are taken into consideration when building the site.
Help & Support
After your website is built, you don't just get chucked away. I prefer to develop relationships with clients that last after website completion.
Here's a few examples of my work
Take a look at my latest projects!
Ashington Memorial was one of the first few sites that I created. It started when Alan came to me looking for someone to redesign his outdated flash website.
Due to the nature of the website, I wanted to keep it as minimalistic as possible, and I didn’t want to have too much going on. When you get to soldier pages, Alan wanted to place images on, which have their own backgrounds, and I didn’t want this to conflict with the design.
The design process went very smoothly, with constant communication between myself and the client.
I am now in the process of designing another similar site to Alan, after the success of Ashington Memorial.
Body Posi-fit with Jess
During the second UK lockdown, Jess was forced to stop her weekly Zumba classes. I offered to build her a website that enabled her to continue doing what she loves, Zumba!
With a membership system to track users, and restrict classes and keep track of payments – it felt like nothing had changed, other than seeing the camera rather than people.
The website not only had a membership system to allow access to the live classes, but also allowed Jess to share pre recorded videos to people, with different subscriptions allowing access to different video categories.
I didn’t design the AGM Motors, however I have made some significant changes to improve the online visibility.
Aaron is a close family friend, so when the opportunity arose, I was quick to react when he asked if I’d like to take over his website.
Aaron runs a small local garage based in Leigh, Manchester and provides an honest and reliable service, so I wanted to make sure that his soon to be customers could find his business. I took a look at how the site was performing, and planned a strategy to improve his search rankings in his service area. Since then Aaron has seen an increase in his outreach through his website, and now gets over 1200 clicks per month from users in Lancashire.
Reviews are always a crucial thing to look at when looking for any professional. I encourage all of my clients to be as honest as possible, no matter how they find their experience.
"Great Service and a great guy"
I like to engage with my clients, and blogging is the best way to do this.