Great websites get more sales
There’s a reason why you love certain websites and dislike others. Improving your website to get more sales plays a key part in your business. You should love your website and want it to be seen by everyone who your business can help (on every device they use).
Our team have plenty of experience in developing websites. They’ve designed websites from scratch and updated existing websites to help clients improve enquiries and sales for their businesses.
From simple one page websites for start ups and more complex multi page websites for service based businesses through to landing pages and e-commerce websites, they’ve done it all. You’re in safe hands.
We can help you develop your website to get more sales
These are services we offer that you might need…
We can update, redesign, or rebuild you a site to turn browsers into buyers. From a landing page to gather leads to a full e-commerce site.
We’re here to make SEO transparent, simple and accessible for you. Let’s get together and see about increasing your online presence.
Add traffic to your website and put your business in front of potential customers. We’ll take care of it all, from creative ideas to social savvyness.
If you want to develop your website to get more sales here are five steps to make sure it’s a success
Know what you want to improve
Understand how your current website is performing and where you want to improve it. Does the design need to be refreshed? Be easier to use on mobile? Let you sell online?
Pick when you want to launch
Decide when you want to launch any website improvements so it will have the most impact. Have you a new product or service launching? Is the businesses birthday coming up? A seasonal event on the horizon? Having a date in the diary means your website can be planned to fit your business.
Get inspired about how you want your website to be. Find other sites that you like the look and feel of. Write a list of the features your website will need, or content that you need, so you have ideas to share with your design team.
Choose your team
Choose a design team who understand your challenge and have examples of work that you like. They should be able to share their knowledge with you on how to approach your project, and you should be able to share your plans, ideas, and goals with them.
Get started as soon as you can. Developing your website is an exciting project which will help you get more sales. The more time you have to explore ideas, the better the result. You know your business and need a design team that are ready, responsive, and excited to help you.
FAQ’s about improving your branding
How long does it take?
A typical project to develop your website can be broken up into three parts, taking a total of 4-16 weeks depending on the scope of the work.
Phase 1 is to review your current website and understand how it’s performing and where developing it will help your business so that you have a clear picture of what you want to update.
Phase 2 is to explore how your website could be developed, including any changes to the design, content, and images.
Phase 3 is applying any changes to your website, testing, and launching it.
Once launched you’ll want to track the impact the site is making to your business so you can see the benefits.
How much does it cost?
Sorry – it’s not that easy. The cost of every project varies and should match the benefit it will add to your business. We’ve delivered website development projects ranging from around £16k to develop and launch complex e-commerce sites down to around £1000 for a single page website for a start-up.
Our role is to help you find the right level of investment to make the impact you want.
What is the process?
Stage 1 is an initial conversation to find out about you and what development to your website you want. From there we can advise on different approaches for you, and develop a proposal that meets your needs for you to sign off.
Stage 2 is to schedule your website development and make sure that the dates are all suitable for you. You’ll work with our design team who’ll explore, refine and deliver your website, giving you time to review and reflect on the ideas where needed. Once you’re happy with the new website, you can sign it off.
Stage 3 is to launch your website and ensure that it’s running smoothly.
Stage 4 is to tell everyone about it!