I build websites...
"and write content that is clear and to the point"

Clients need to know if your service can solve their problem.

If you don’t make that clear they might well jump straight back to Google never to be seen again.

How do I help you convert more visitors into clients?

I build sites that are…

  • Fast loading
  • Professional looking
  • And deliver your message in a clear and concise way

The ideal website

The website of a service provider or creative agency should have two distinct sections.

The home page

This should link to your most important business information.

A blog

Use your blog to attract new visitors to your website.

Why do you need to clearly separate the two?

When a potential new client lands on the site of a service provider or creative agency they’re looking for some basic business information.

This tells them what you do, who you help, how much you cost and how to contact you.

They need to know…

What type of work do you do?
Who needs your services?
Why should they choose you?
Where are you located?
How do they get in touch?
When can they phone you?

Want to know more about my system and how it can help you?

Just click the button below to contact me. And start your journey towards a better website for your business.

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So why do you need a blog?

A blog might or might not be worth adding to your site. It depends on how you want to attract new customers to your business.

If you rely on Google to attract visitors to your website which you then hope to convert into clients, a blog will help you do that.

However, if most of your new clients find out about your business via networking or some other person to person contact, a blog is not so helpful. It could even become a hindrance to your main aim of getting them to call you or fill out your contact form.

A stagnant blog looks unprofessional, so make sure you have the necessary time before adding a blog to your site.

If your site is based on WordPress you can easily add a blog to your site at any time in the future, you don’t have to decide right now.

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