A Responsive Website for Businesses
Getting a website for your business might seem a very stressful process for you – but it doesn’t have to be. I would suggest, from my experience, that it is all about ‘just get going!’ So many businesses feel they have to wait until they have all their information for their website sorted out before even starting, but this does not have to be so.
In today’s marketing environment, a business cannot afford to NOT have a website. A website demonstrates that a business has credibility and it is also a place where potential customers and clients can go to view the products and services of the business and to learn more about how the business operates and what they specialise in.
If you don’t have a website, think how much easier it would be able to refer prospective clients to view your portfolio of work or gallery of products by going to your website? With a website they can return time and time again, whereas with a brochure or business card they may look at it once and then it goes to the bottom of the paperwork pile.
Website Advice and Tips
Launching a New Website
Google, which is the most used search engine (Youtube is the second most used search engine), does not get overly excited with a new launched website. Google prefers a website/business that has been around for a period of time, rather than just for a couple of months. Google wants to ensure that your business is able to be contacted by people – and if your website has been up longer, then there is a presumption that such contact has been available for a time.
How can Google find your Website?
Understanding the world of Google search is both an art and a science; there are particular parts of your website that Google take an interest in more than others. One of these parts or components is target keywords and keyword phrases. It is important that these keywords and keyword phrases have title tags and are displayed in the various heading sizes, such as H1, H2 and so on, rather than just in the same size as the paragraph font. This is because headings are another component that Google use as part of their search engine ranking analysis.
It indeed is a minefield to understand how and in what ways Google will crawl and search on your website before the robot decides what the search engine ranking will be for your business. This is one of the key reasons why we say your on- page search engine optimisation is just as critical as other aspects of your website build.
Website Design needs to be responsive
Since early 2015 it has become even more important to ensure that a business website is responsive – if it isn’t then it will not come up high in the search engine ranking in Google on a mobile device. As you are aware there a range of different sized devices that people use when going online. If a website is responsive then it means that no matter what size device people use then the website will adjust in size to the screen being used (either stretching or minimising).
Website Design in Yankalilla
You can be sure you get a website designed and built to your taste.
Standard Website Package for businesses includes:
- Register domain name and hosting in your name with 3rd party
- Website with up to 10 pages
- A design that match you company profile
- We include a gallery with up to 20 images
- We build a contact page with a contact form
- Your website will be On-Page SEO optimised
- After received text and images /max delivery time 3 week
- It will be easy to add/change/update content/text in the website
- We always build responsive website design (mobile friendly website)