We arrange a quick meeting to better understand your requirements.
We provide you with a qoute for the work involved.
We create a wireframe (a representation of what your site will look like)
We create and launch your website
The steps above are just a guide, dont feel restricted by them as we are very accomodating and will deviate from the typical steps if the situation dictates.
2012 has been a hard year in business and 2013 is forecasted to be similar to the last, so what should your business be doing to firm up your online presence? One important task is to make sure that your website is working correctly. When I say its working correctly I mean is it easy for your customers to find your website and once they have found it they can easily buy products on your website or they can find information on how to contact you.
The various gadgets that people are using to get online make it imperative that your website is usable through different gadgets. Take the iPad and other tablets for instance, is your website user friendly if someone is using a tablet? If not its worth fixing that flaw.
The next task on the list is engaging with your customers - have surveys to find out why those who bought from you did and why those that didn’t buy didn’t. The people that didn’t buy are harder to find but their feedback is worth considering as by persuading more people to buy you increase the number of sales.
Be a fan of testing. If you try one approach and you realise its not working seek an alternative. Be driven by results so always try and collate and understand what your customers are saying to you.
Be better in 2013. When I mean be better I mean wow your customers with excellent customer service. People appreciate good service and if you surpass expectations people will talk about how good your service is and before you know it you are having a bumper year.
I hope you all have a good start to 2013 and remember Rome was not built in a day so small steps day after day will yield results.
Do you have a disaster recovery plan? One should always have one. When most businesses hear of such terms most small business owners are filled with dread and usually try and kick addressing this issue into the long grass. It is vital that your business has a plan to recover from any disaster quickly.
So what is a disaster recovery plan? Simply put it’s just a plan to establish contingency plans in the event of a disaster or system failure. Your plan will depend a number of factors. The first one being what type of disaster is it so let take a small business for instance? What would happen if you spilt a drink on your laptop that everything is run from are there back up files to enable you to
One of our clients came to us to see if we could do some online marketing for them, particular they needed us to focus on social networking with Facebook being a particular favourite. This was no doubt of the back of some media coverage which emphasised how businesses could leverage social media in their marketing strategy so we decided to schedule a meeting so we could better understand what the objectives of the campaign where and hence create a brilliant campaign for them.