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I can add visual appeal to your printing
Don't send out the same old leaflets and flyers again and again. Add something new and eye-catching.
Your man on the inside
I've helped clients win hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of new business
The Internet has many names: the World Wide Web, Cyberspace, Virtual Reality. Think of it as a gigantic sprawling city - full of potential customers - all wanting to purchase goods and services. But how do you make contact with them?
A website is the first step. That will be the first contact. However, it is never that simple. There are millions of sites on the Internet and lots of people trying to fool you into paying them too much money. I'll make sure you will get the service that suits your business.
You get £1,000 worth of bespoke website for nothing, zilch, not a penny.
In fact I build you two sites with three distinctive sets of coding:for big screen computers and one for small screen mobile devices. Here's why.
That means your site is earning you money from day one - meanwhile you have paid no upfront charges.
I don't charge any upfront fee for the website design. You pay only a very modest regular monthly amount which includes the second component in this very special service . . .continuous updating.
Even if you paid a designer lots of money for your site unless there is continuous activity on and around the website it will not get noticed.
Search engines such as GOOGLE give high priority in their listing to sites that are actively contributing information to the Internet. Read what the guys at Google say.
To make sure your site gets noticed I update it all the time - with pictures, testimonials from satisfied clients; I add video (everyone loves to watch moving pictures) and cross link it to YouTube; I help you write a blog.
Because Google owns both YouTube and Blogspot. Entries on these platforms that are then cross-linked to your site hugely influence the way Google lists your enterprise in the search results.
You can have your site altered or updated as many times as you like.
All this for £28 per month.
Some other companies charge as much as £500 per month for such a service READ MORE and the reason companies are willing to pay all this money is because regular updating is so important for visibility and earnings.
No one works harder (or charges less) to make sure you get the best website at the keenest price.
Here are some of the things I can do for you:
Optimised code for all types of current viewing devices so your site looks good and presents information clearly whether it is viewed on big PC screens or the smallest smart phone screens.
Optimization to improve your Google listings (it's called SEO). Read about how I improve your listing on Google.
I work with you to upload your photographs and testimonials; I can even take pictures and video for free for you. Read more about video.
I can set up a "blog" for you. Once again a current blog helps your site get found on the Internet. Read why.
I don't sit at a desk in London or in Silicon Valley or in India. I am literally at your side working with you to give you the best service. I have a mobile office kitted out so that I can visit you, on site, to understand your enterprise, to make sure your website accurately portrays what your company can do, to take pictures and video. No other website designer goes this extra mile for clients.
Unlimited help and support for no extra cost - phone 07521 941 560
Dynamic sites - websites that continuously change and include new content show up better in Google searches because Google prioritizes new content. The Internet is all about immediacy. As far as Google is concerned 'old news is no news'.
You may have seen a number of cheap DIY website companies advertising on TV. Maybe you already subscribe to one.
Usually they are American mega-corporations; everything is pre-set and automated - and frequently very confusing. Not surprisingly, few people manage to build a website that looks professional and even fewer bother to keep it up to date. However, your site is often the first thing potential customers know about you. If it looks amateurish or out of date - what are they to think of your company?