As a popular insurance company saying goes:
“We know a thing or two because we’ve seen a thing or two.”
There’s a lot more to professional web design than grabbing a do-it-yourself, freebie web builder and adding a few pictures. In the past 25 years, we’ve performed triage on more websites than we count. Although some weren’t too bad, others were literally invisible in the search results and for good reasons.
When your business relies upon your website…
Botching up on a personal website or blog is not a big deal. When it comes to your business, it’s a different matter.
Like anything else, there’s always a possibility to “do it yourself”. I used to work on my own car until I learned early on that my mistakes cost me more money than if I had the work professionally done.
Can you afford to do harm to your business with a website that has errors, cannot be found or totally misrepresents you business?
For most businesses, these are valid concerns…and they should be!
Tip of the iceberg
We spend more time exploring, testing and implementing new web technology and marketing techniques than actually building websites. That includes testing different themes, plugins and techniques. Security is a huge concern these days and selecting the wrong theme or content management system can be a costly mistake, in more ways than one.
Branding your business
Your website can reveal a lot about your business. If it’s professional in appearance, easy to navigate and enjoyable to your visitors, chances are that conversions to sales, etc. will be a breeze. Building up a customer base both online and for a brick and mortar business require a website design that reflects the professional quality of your business.
We’ve seen some pretty awesome businesses that have totally ignored their website presence and that’s a huge mistake.
If first impressions are important, a website designed by cousin Jethro (who’s main profession is trapping muskrats) probably won’t entice new customers to seek out your gorgeous sporting goods store, that’s the talk of the town.
Do yourself a huge favor and contact us for a free consultation about your business website first.