The first question that we’ll often get from new clients is “how much does a website cost?” That’s hardly surprising given that a custom-built website can be a sizeable investment. However, it can be a difficult question to answer given that a website can cost from a few hundred pounds to many thousands of pounds.
If your website doesn’t have an SSL certificate (the green padlock in the address bar of your web browser) then from today (24th July 2018) your users may be seeing a message that could make your business look less than professional.
How many visitors does your website receive each week? It’s a simple question but it’s amazing how many businesses across Liverpool we speak with that don’t know the answer for their website.
Web design is a funny business. If you’ve tried to get a quote for a website recently then you’ll find that they range from free (usually a family member offering to help out) to the extremely expensive “premium” web designers.
I talk to several people a day about their businesses and their websites and there’s one phrase that comes up regularly that really frustrates me: “I don’t really need a website”. Sometimes they follow it up with “We’ve got one but it doesn’t really bring in much business”. Most people who say this are running
If you’ve got a website for your business, you’ll want to avoid these common pitfalls.
If you’re starting a new business or looking to create a basic website for your existing business, you might already have already looked at Wix. Thanks to a massive TV and web marketing campaign, Wix is now arguably the best known website building service.
What is a responsive website? It’s a website that looks equally good on a smartphone, a tablet and a traditional desktop or laptop PC.
Whether you’re starting a new business with a new website or you’re looking to redesign your website for your existing business, you’ll want to choose your web designer carefully.
If you run a small business and you don’t have an online presence, it’s time to catch up – and fast.