So, you need a website? Of course you do. Doesn’t everyone these days? How else are you going to do business in the middle of the night while you’re asleep? While you snooze, your website can be attracting new customers, answering questions for existing customers, taking orders, and generally representing you and your business to the great internet public.
What’s more, potential customers expect you to have a website. Even when they come to you in person to actually make their purchase, it’s fairly likely they’ve checked you out online first. If your business isn’t online, your competitor’s is. Every penny counts, and a website can help to drive customers your way.
Can you afford not to have a website?
I am a small business website specialist based in East Kilbride near Glasgow. My focus is on customer satisfaction. I build websites which are functional and attractive, and meet the client’s needs, offering everything from a one-page brochure style site to a fully content managed website which you can update yourself. To keep costs low WordPress is the most useful and versatile content management system (CMS), so I specialise in WordPress websites for small businesses, freelance professionals, and charities.
Why keep it small? As a small business, I understand the needs of other small businesses. I understand how important it is to see the maximum benefit coming back from every penny invested. My customers like the personal approach of working with an individual rather than a faceless organisation, and so do I. Because I don’t take on large-scale corporate projects I can devote equal time and resources to all the web design projects I undertake. This means you can rely on YOUR website getting my full attention, not being squeezed in around what some web design agencies see as more “prestigious” work.
Many of the websites I build are for startup companies, and people just setting out on the self-employed journey. As a result, I have a good working relationship with a variety of professionals who would be of interest to startup companies, and who I am happy to recommend to my clients. If you need a graphic designer to sort out your logo and branding, an Accountant to keep you on the right side of legal with the tax man, an Insurance Broker who will find the right cover for your particular circumstances I can refer you to someone reliable. Just ask me.