Find answers to some of the most frequently asked website design questions
Yes - every website we develop is optimized for mobile devices using mobile responsive design. Mobile responsive design will adapt the layout of the site and the page content based on the device a visitor is using, providing them with a great user experience.
Yes - a website with out any visitors isn't of much use to anyone. That's why we optimize every website we design and build for search engines such as Google. Your new website will have a solid SEO foundation from which you can build upon.
Yes it is possible to host your site elsewhere, provided your site does not utilize dynamic content pages (database driven content). If you wish to host your site elsewhere, we will provide you with all site files. Please note that we do not provide setup, implementation or support for sites hosted on third-party platforms. You will be responsible for publishing, testing, and any required coding to ensure your site works on your chosen web host.
Yes, we'd be happy to register a domain name on your behalf and configure it to work with your website and branded email. If you already have a domain name registered through a different registrar, we'll support you in making the necessary updates, but encourage you to contact your domain registrar for specific setup instructions.
No. We specialize in helping service-based businesses. While we have no problem helping clients with a few product SKU's, if you require a full e-commerce site with dozens or hundreds of products your best bet is to retain the services of an agency that specializes in e-commerce websites.
Yes. As part of our lead tracking and reporting service, you'l receive a monthly report showing you how many leads you've generated and where they've come from. To learn more about our reporting services talk with an Advisor.
The choice is yours. You can provide us with website content or we can create it for you. Take a look at our content development services for more details. Be sure to talk with an Advisor if you have questions about creating content for your website.
We provide SEO as an optional service. You can select a one-time service where we optimize your entire website for SEO, or monthly SEO services where we work on your SEO every month. Talk with an Advisor if you have questions about website SEO.
Tracking your marketing results is critical to understanding if your marketing investment is paying off. A lot of companies don't track their marketing results because they don't know how to do it or how to make sense of the data. Our real-time lead tracking and reporting platform simplifies everything for you. Every time a consumer calls you or submits a form on your website, you'll get notified immediately. You can qualify leads and associate sales values to them so that you can measure your ROI. Talk with an Advisor to see a demo of our lead tracking platform.
Smaller websites can be completed in as little at two weeks. Most websites are completed within 30 to 60 days.
To understand the cost of a website, you need to understand the various trades and skills required. A website designer will design the overall look of your website. To make your website actually work, you'll need the skills of a developer to translate your website design into code. If you want your website optimized for search engines, you'll need the skills of an SEO specialist. If you want professional content you'll need the skills of a copywriter. As you can see there are a lot of skills required to create a website that provides value to your organization. You should expect to pay approximately $3,000 on the low end for a very basic site with only a few pages. If you require dozens of web pages and custom functionality your website can cost tens of thousands of dollars. As a guideline, you should budget between $500 to $1,000 per web page for a website that includes design, development, copywriting, and search engine optimization. It might seem like a lot to spend $10,000 or $25,000 on a website, but is it really a lot if it helps you generate hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue every year.
Dynamic web pages are a way of organizing and dynamically serving content on your website using a database. A common example of a dynamic web page is a Blog. A Blog is comprised of multiple posts, which is a specific type of content that can be organized in a database. Dynamic content pages enable you to scale your website to hundreds or thousands of pages very quickly.
Websites can be broadly grouped into three categories - 1. Marketing websites designed to generate leads, 2. Publishing websites designed to generate revenue through the monetization of content, and 3. E-commerce websites designed to transact sales online. The way you desing and market each type of website is different. We're experts at designing marketing websites that generate leads for service businesses.
The content on a static web page doesn't change, whereas the content on a dynamic web page can. Static web pages have their content hard coded into the page. Dynamic web pages pull their content from a database. Common uses of dynamic web pages are blogs and portfolios. For example, each blog post has the same design, but the content changes for each post. If you're not sure if you should use static or dynamic web pages just Ask an Advisor.