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Responsive web design
Adapts naturally to different devices and screen sizes. Eliminates the need and additional cost of developing mobile versions of desktop websites.
Powerful database-driven online stores, blogs social sites and more! Turnkey payment processing capability is a breeze to setup! No memberships or contracts required!
Beautiful, user-friendly websites compatible with more devices, browsers and operating systems than ever before, at a fraction of the cost of traditional static sites!
Better ranking in organic search results with complete analisys of your site for content, user interaction, and hundreds of other factors that may be preventing your site from reaching your target users.
Anyone can bid on keywords. Doing it right is a different matter altogether.
Custom strategic approach for Google AdWords, Bing Ads and Yahoo Advertising, for maximum return.
A professional remarketing campaign serving ad messages created according to your users preferences.
Establishing brand awareness by building a following on multiple social networks and engaging with it on a daily basis.
Creating content that is easy to share on many social platforms, focusing on multimedia content, like video and images.
Need a professional website for your business? Here is what you need to know:
Step 1: Hosting
Choose the right hosting
for your needs
Hosting providers deliver different services and packages for different types of websites.
Making the right decision requires at least a superficial knowledge of all the different services available.
It's important to understand that some services are designed to completely or partially exclude web designers from the process of building a website by forcing the user to build a website from a limited and basic visual interface, taking any HTML scripting out of the equation.
The ideal environment for the development of a professional website allows for complete flexibility and control over all aspects of building a website, and the only limitation is the web developer's skills.
It typically features a Linux/Unix operating system and an Apache Server platform that supports advanced programming, such as PHP, CGI and ASP, as well as database support for MySQL.
Most reputable hosting companies offer price tiers starting at $80-$90 per year and up, depending primarily on bandwidth capacity and storage, as well as email support and database storage capacity.
2. Web Development
Low in costs,
high in performance
The traditional way of building a website is to create the design, and then replicate that design, one page at a time.
This replication process includes redundant items, such as navigation, footers, headers, tags and feedback forms.
Everytime a modification is made, the changes must be propagated on every page of that website.
The result is a site that is extremely inefficient, difficult to maintain and prone to errors.
The cost efficient way to build a website is through the use of programming languages that allow for the design of cutom templates.
For instance, in the case of a wesite built in PHP, only one single document is needed to set the appearance of thousands of web pages on the same server, as well as featuring redundant components, such as menu items, forms and other elements, which will display correctly across the website.
The end result is an extremely large site that can be modified, customized, maintained and upgraded in a very short time, by editing a very small number of files.
3. Features and user experience
The importance of offering
a rich user experience
A quality business website is one that offers what users expect. Interactivity is paramount, and providing users with great ways to interact with your business is mandatory to rise above the competition.
From online ordering, to virtual tours, everything is fair game when it comes to ensure that your product and service is presented in the best possible light.
It's important to consider every strategy that results in a user enjoying as much time on your site as possible.
Interactive elements that provide video and audio entertainment, games or news, greatly extend the time spent on a website, during which users are exposed to offers and promotions relevant to what they are looking for.
4. Mobile-ready design
The time for
"fads" is over
Everyone owns a smartphone, a tablet, and pretty soon all sorts of wearable mobile browsing devices will be available, enabling users to connect, browse, search and purchase, from anywhere, at anytime.
Responsive design is not a fad, and it's time for businesses to take it seriously.
Responsive websites provide a cheaper, yet better alternative to mobile apps, as the cost of developing a website that adapts automatically to a mobile screen, completely absorbs the additional cost of developing a completely separate mobile app.
The obvious advantage is that a responsive website doesn't need to be installed from a proprietary store application.
One product does it all, at a fraction of the cost.