Landscaping website

This is an example of an landscaping business website we have available. We can provide these images or if you have your own images you would like to use we can apply those to this design so it is completely styled with your own branding.

FULLY MOBILE RESPONSIVE DESIGN

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For more examples of therapy, health and exercise relates sites, please scroll further down.

For more information on our websites, please contact us.

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OTHER SITES WE CAN CREATE FOR YOU

For more information, please contact us

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Acupuncture website

This is an example of an acupuncture website we have available. We can provide these images or if you have your own images you would like to use we can apply those to this design so it is completely styled with your own branding.

FULLY MOBILE RESPONSIVE DESIGN

acupuncture-mobile-responsive

 

For more examples of therapy, health and exercise relates sites, please scroll further down.

For more information on our websites, please contact us.

acupuncture

OTHER SITES WE CAN CREATE FOR YOU

For more information, please contact us

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72 Questions When Thinking Web Design

website-design-tipsThe list of 72 Top Questions to Ask Your Web Designer

We wouldn’t expect you to go through every question on this list one by one, but it does give an example as to the depth you should go into to be sure your website designer delivers the web solution you are looking for.

  1. How does your company handle email?
  2. Do you need any password protected areas?
  3. Do you have the Pantone numbers for your current company colors?
  4. Did you take a look at our portfolio?
  5. What is your time frame?
  6. Is this a brochure site, or a blog?
  7. Who is your audience?
  8. Do you have any specifications?
  9. What are the website addresses of your competitors?
  10. How many other companies have you talked to?
  11. Do you need a business card and letterhead?
  12. What is your main message?
  13. Did you or someone else register the domain?
  14. How familiar are you with search engine optimization and best practices?
  15. What are several websites you like?
  16. Do you currently have a website?
  17. Do you or anyone on your staff have Photoshop or other image editing software?
  18. Do you need search engine help?
  19. Does the site launch need to coincide with a product launch or any other important milestone?
  20. Do you need a content management system?
  21. How long have you had a website?
  22. Do you have photos you need to use?
  23. Will several people be editing the site?
  24. How many pages do you need?
  25. Do you have a catalog or brochure?
  26. How do people find your current website?
  27. Do you have a newsletter?
  28. Are you in touch with the orginal designer?
  29. Do you have access to the web server?
  30. What are several websites that you like the look of?
  31. Do you have control over the domain?
  32. Do you need any other promotional material?
  33. How familiar are you with usability studies?
  34. How important is search engine ranking to you?
  35. Is there any specific functionality you need?
  36. Will you be providing creative direction?
  37. Do you have your content done?
  38. Will your IT person be involved?
  39. Do you have a logo? What format is it in?
  40. How familiar are you with graphic design best practices for web designs?
  41. What is your current hosting company?
  42. Have you been through the complete web design and development process before?
  43. Who are your competitors?
  44. How often do you need to update the site?
  45. Describe the style of website you are looking for?
  46. Is the original developer still available?
  47. What is your budget?
  48. What is compelling about working with us?
  49. Do you need an image gallery?
  50. Are you or anyone on your staff familiar with HTML and CSS?
  51. Is your logo in Illustrator format?
  52. Do you need this to integrate with your existing identity pieces?
  53. How are you going to maintain the site?
  54. What software do you have?
  55. How did you find us?
  56. Did you read any of our blog?
  57. What bugs you the most about websites?
  58. Do you need any other graphic design help?
  59. Do you need social media tools built in, like Digg, Facebook, Twitter, Stumble Upon, etc.
  60. How familiar are you with web standards and web design best practices?
  61. Do you need the website to tie into any particular 3rd party applications?
  62. Do you need a contact form?
  63. Do you have a domain?
  64. Do you have any proposals from other design firms?
  65. How important is customization to you?
  66. Will you want or need help in making changes? If so, would you need help routinely?
  67. What do you need your website to do?
  68. Do you need ecommerce?
  69. Have you considered redesigning your logo?
  70. Do you have hosting?
  71. Have you considered taking a fresh look at your corporate identity? This a good time to consider refresh or an entirely new identity.
  72. When is the last time you updated the site?

Contact us for website content and blog articles. We also offer blog management services too.

Don’t Be Fooled.

Don’t Be Fooled

Many SEO companies make amazing claims about their achievements – but don’t be fooled. Coming near the top, or at the top, in a Google search for a particular phrase relevant to the company, product, or location may sound great – but totally useless when you learn that (for whatever reason) people don’t search for that phrase.

The more precise, complicated or “personal” a phrase is, the less likely it is large numbers of people are looking for it. If your company is called, “Baldrick Auto Cars” and you are based in Bearsden, you are very likely going to appear position No.1 in Google whenever someone searches for “Baldrick Auto Cars Bearsden”. However, if someone was to search for “Auto Cars” or maybe even “Auto Cars Glasgow” you might not appear even in the first 100 listings, and the reality is most people will not be typing “Baldrick” into a search engine unless they already know your company to begin with.

Getting relevant keywords for your site that people will be typing into search engines to look for your products and services is clever SEO and the only type of SEO that will deliver results.

SEO WARNING!!!

Be very careful of companies that Guarantee to get your site listed in the top 1-3 positions in Google immediately or within a month. They are normally only placing you in that position using Google Adwords and not using the natural listing at all. Although it looks good, and once again is probably positioned or keywords and phrases that nobody usually searches for, as soon as you stop paying them, your advert and presence in Google disappears instantly.