On average, we shoot for a four turnaround, but the pace of any project is set by each client. How much input you can provide during the initial stages, your availability with feedback, how soon the content is ready – all this affects the speed of completion. The functionality needs may also play a role – more complex sites will take more time to develop.
No! We work with clients all over the world.
You can maintain your website, of we can! We provide on-going support for many of our clients for a minimal fee.
Absolutely! Having a mobile-friendly website is more important than ever. We work hard to ensure your website looks great on all of devices.
A lot! Your input and feedback is crucial to the development process. When we start we’ll ask a lot of questions about your needs, your likes, your wants and work with you to develop a website that you love and a website that converts!
Usually that is up to the business. You are the expert on your business, so it’s usually best if it comes from you. If you need help, we can help clean up or write original content for you at an additional cost.
We are only an email away! We’re here to help you as much as you need, and we won’t disappear once the site is launched. We’ve been doing this for many years, so we understand that changes come with the territory!
Search Engine Optimization
Search engine optimization is a set of processes used to improve a website’s visibility in search engine results pages. By improving and establishing rankings for relevant search queries, you can get more unpaid traffic from search engines.
Because many purchasing journeys involve search, most businesses need SEO to thrive. Without SEO, it’s likely that your customers will find your competitors before they find you, therefore you will miss out on valuable exposure and traffic.
When launching a new website, it can take months for Google to determine where you should rank. In this time, you’re likely to experience strong ranking fluctuations.
- Relevance: Content should satisfy search intent (the user’s reason for searching).
- Quality: Google prioritizes the most helpful results. One factor it considers is the number of prominent websites linking to the page.
- Usability: Webpages should deliver a great page experience. They should be fast, mobile-friendly, and secure.
Social media is not a Google ranking factor. Google does not take shares, followers, or engagements into account when determining website rankings.
But, social media marketing can have an indirect impact on SEO:
- Social media content can appear in searches. So, it provides another way to improve your brand’s search visibility.
- People who engage with your brand on social media may be more likely to search for your brand on Google.
- Social media allows you to collect feedback and metrics that can influence your SEO strategy. For example, you can see which content topics your audience prefers.