Website Design

WordPress Designed Sites


Helping your business achieve its potential online – Managing your Online Presence

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Create & Design

Designing – WordPress, mobile-friendly responsive websites, e-commerce and membership sites for small to medium-sized businesses, start-ups and individuals; providing honest, impartial advice covering all aspects of your web design and using WordPress ensures that your site grows with your business

Understanding – what your business is all about, spending time talking to you about your business and your future plans and then making sure that your customers or target audience can find exactly what they’re looking for through an easy to navigate site

Discussing – the registering of an appropriate domain name and email address and if necessary helping purchase the correct hosting option. Ensuring it is secure.

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Writing – clearly worded (Jargon-free), customer friendly, coherent, search engine friendly content for your site

Creating – quality graphics and editing photographs. Researching the most suitable visual content for your site.

Overhauling – your existing content to make sure it up to date and maximising its potential

Helping – you finish creating a site you’ve started but have been unable to complete for whatever reason

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Advising – on redesign of your current website and working with your web developers.  Providing a fresh set of eyes to ensure your customers can easily find what they need on your site.

Optimising – your site to make sure it is search engine friendly

Analysing – your traffic data through Google Analytics – an optional extra to help you monitor your data

Registering – your business with Google My Business.  Advice on how to manage reviews and help in keeping it up to date.

Ready for a new website?

If you’d like to chat through your digital business plans or talk about how your site needs to be updated then why not get in touch?