We love web design, it’s our first step to getting your business online.
A good website can make a business stand out and look professional.
Web Design Services
Looking for web design? If you’re a tradesmen or women visit our Website Design for Tradesmen page.
We offer web design services and create amazing looking websites using Elementor on WordPress. These sites rank very well with basic SEO, but with our extra SEO services we can get your website ranking high on search engines such as Google or Bing.
Website design for tradesmen and women who are looking for a great looking website. Web Design is our thing, we help tradesmen and women get their business in front of potential customers.
We can build simple and effective brochure sites if you’re on a limited budget but want to get online fast. These can be built on in the future and are great for small businesses who want to show off their services.
We also build multi page sites which are great if you provide multiple services and want to start a blog or news page to keep your subscribers up to date. We can help you grow your website, all our sites are easily editable so you could start with a single page and slowly build it up to a multi page site.
If you’d like to know or you’d like to work with us then Contact Us today.
Why Have A Website For Your Business?
Most searches for a service or local business is now done online. To be able to be seen on these searches you need a high ranking website, this starts here.
In order for your website to rank well it needs to be easy to use, fast and informative. Most “DIY” web site builders such as Wix, GoDaddy, Weebly etc create great looking websites, but they lack the ability to really do well when it comes to ranking websites.
By having a website professionally made and the correct SEO done on the back end you turn your web site from an online business card, to a lead generating asset.
Pricing & Price Examples
How Much Does A Website Cost?
First things first you need to decide what you want the website for.
Is it somewhere you’re going to direct new or potential clients to view your work? Such as a gallery or projects tab.
Do you want your website to bring in more new or potential clients? i.e. do you want to be found online when someone searches for a service you provide.
How much time and money do you have to invest in your website and online presence?
Websites aren’t expensive. Ours start from £25/month.
The time and money is spent getting a website to rank high on search engines using SEO.
Here are a couple of examples that we like to use;
John runs a small plumbing business and serves clients local to where he lives. He offers general plumbing work as well as bathroom renovations and boiler installs. He wants a website to show potential clients that he’s professional and trustworthy. He also wants his website to be found when someone local to him searches for “plumber” or “plumbing emergency”.
For a business of this size I would recommend a small website, 2-5 pages with clear CTA’s and good keyword optimisation. The website can briefly describe all the services John provides, with a contact number and email for viewers to click on if they wanted to get in touch.
For a website of this size John would be looking to pay about £650 as a one off fee, or monthly if he wanted to.
To get ranking within local search results John would NEED to have his website fully optimised and updated regularly, these prices start at £250/month and to be honest, due to the size of the website and the fact he wants to be seen within a local radius it wouldn’t take long for John to start seeing results.
On top of this I’d recommend John utilises Google My Business. This is the local searches that are done through Google Maps and can help improve his local search results and get more customer enquiries through Google that are local to him. Our GMB optimisation and management fees start at £50/month, which again John would probably suite the base package price.
Steve owns and manages a kitchen and bathroom showroom. He serves customers within a 100 mile radius of the showroom and has a lot of products on show. Steve wants to be able to show off all his products as well as recent renovation projects that his installers have completed.
The showroom holds over 500 products that Steve wants split into several different categories.
Steves website is going to be huge. With all of these products on individual pages the time spent building and optimising will really start adding up.
A website of this size would costs between £3,500-4,000+ to build.
Optimisation of a site this big, with all the high quality images and products can go two ways. A budget of £250/month would only see a small growth and it will take a long time to optimise the entire site and grow the rankings for each keyword. A bigger budget will decrease the time spent waiting for results and see a faster rate of return on money spent. Utilising Google My Business will be essential, especially for local foot traffic and people searching for showrooms within a certain radius. Much like SEO, Google My Business and GMB optimisation can be done with a small budget, but results will be slow.
If you run a business and don’t have a huge budget for marketing, start off small. A 1-5 page website will rank faster, so you’ll see a return on your investment sooner and you can start recirculating those profits back into your website. A website should be a business asset. Therefore it should generate an income, not be a liability. Essentially a well built website with regular SEO and GMB optimisation should pay for itself.
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