No matter what your business or profession you need a website. A website can generate business, promote goodwill among customers and prospects, and deliver strong marketing messages – whether your business is small, large or in-between, well-established or brand-new.People use the Web in greater and greater numbers, more and more every day. Even if you are a completely local small business, service, contractor or consultant, odds are people have used search engines to look for your web site – and if you don’t have a web site… well, you get the picture.Your business Web page delivers that picture to your customers and prospects, and does it 24/7/365.
Perhaps the most common misconception about business websites is that they must offer products for purchase, accept credit cards and process financial transactions, and so on. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
While eCommerce websites are increasingly popular, the vast majority of business websites are still information and communication rather than purchase-oriented. If your business offers products and services appropriate for retail sale over the Internet, then by all means you should consider an eCommerce website package.
But if, like most businesses, your products and services aren’t intended for Internet sales, then you need a business Website of your own. And you can get one quickly and economically.
We create business websites with key basic facilities mentioned below and more
The first thing that your website needs is a domain name. This represents who you are, your brand, your product, and your service. It is always best to choose a domain name that ends in .com if possible. You can check availability here. Take some time to think about your domain name. Make certain that your domain name is not too long, hyphenated, or difficult to spell. A domain name should be short, representative of your website, and easy to remember.
Not having good hosting can cost you in many ways. A slow site is frustrating, one that fails to load is obnoxious and both could turn off customers. But beyond annoying your users and increasing your bounce rate, poor hosting can also affect your rank in search engines, since many search engine algorithms detect webpage loading speed. so we provide you with reliable and efficient hosting facility
A Logical Roadmap
Sure, a website should be aesthetically pleasing, but it’s more important for it to be useful. Here, we map out how you’d like the website to work. This is important both for user experience and for SEO, since Google considers the content and structure of a site when it ranks for search.
Crucial Business Information
The biggest aspect of building a website is displaying crucial information that are necessary for business growth . Take a restaurant, for example — everyone wants music and this giant ‘about’ page,” but they neglect the basic things like the menu, contact information and directions.
Fresh Content and Images
Without content, your website is nothing. Many business people think that any content will do as long as it fills up their webpages and looks nice. The fact is, nothing could be further from the truth. Your website needs to be filled with information that people will find helpful so that they will convert into your customers. If you have selected a package with professional content, a professional will write your content for you with your specified information about your business.
Images are important to every website. We live in a virtual world and people love to see lots of images as part of their online experience. We make sure that your images are the smallest size possible in order to keep your site’s load time to a minimum. Also, we can create info-graphics on request as they have become increasingly popular because they look more interesting than just words on a screen.
We can’t stress enough that most crucial business detail is contact information— which is why it has its own section. How many times do you visit a website and think ‘how hard it is to contact this company?’ We make sure your phone number, email, address and a contact form are easily accessible and visible on your business website.
A map is useless without a legend and a website is useless without clear navigation. We use easy-to-understand and logical names for the various pages of your site
Calls to Action
Nothing can replace a good Call to Action (CTA) on every page of your website. A CTA will be included several times on your web pages.When developing your navigation strategy, we consider a call to action. What is it that you want people to do on your site? Place an order? Email for a quote? Become a member? Come to your brick-and-mortar store? Call to speak with a customer service rep? We make your goals clear and obvious.
In developing your business site, efforts are put into securing your site with an SSL certificate. The SSL will encrypt communications between you and your clients (i.e. a credit card number, Social Security number), which will allay their fears of providing such information, since there’s so much identity theft on the web.
Social Media Integration
Twitter. Facebook. Tumblr. YouTube. Pinterest. Google+. LinkedIn. Instagram. Foursquare. There are a lot of social platforms out there, and you should promote your business on them , because social media is critical part of marketing your business.
Integrating these platforms into your website will help boost your SEO, improve your business’ footprint on the social web and build your following across numerous social platforms. Is it worth it to maintain a presence on so many social platforms.This will keep your brand top-of-mind and keep users engaged. “Social media is not going to leave us anytime soon and its worth the investment.
A Mobile-Ready Version
Smartphones and tablets are driving an increasing amount of web traffic, and the numbers are only going to grow as mobile devices become cheaper and more mainstream. 70% of task completion happens within one hour on mobile sites, meaning that people are often browsing on the web with intent — they’re looking to do something, buy something or go somewhere. If someone searches for a restaurant on his smartphone, he’s likely to eat at that restaurant within the hour. So we make sure your website is responsive and mobile friendly.
Responsive website design enables your website layout to adapt to the screen on which it’s being browsed.
People have a lot of questions. As you hear concerns from customers and receive feedback via email, we create a facility for you to display the most frequently asked questions a list and offer clear, concise answers.
Testimonials and Reviews
The first step is to attract people to your website. Once they are there, they will be evaluating you and your business. What can you offer them? What makes you better than someone else in your field? Why should they choose you? Have other people had success with your business? One of the best ways for people to get to know you is to read reviews and testimonials from your clients. Reading about good experiences from your current or previous clients can go a long way in convincing others to give your products and/or services a try.
We include blogging facility into our business sites in order to inform your customers and prospects about new products and events. Some of the main reasons for having a blog include: driving traffic to your site, converting traffic into leads, establishing authority, and driving long-term results.