This FAQ page contains essential knowledge gathered by us whilst gaining our experience working in the industry. If you're looking for answers - you might find one right here!
The cost of a website can vary depending on various factors, just like the cost of a house may vary. Though our website projects generally start in the £3,000 range for basic business sites and range upward depending on your unique needs.
The time it takes to produce a website, same as cost, depends on the size and complexity of your site and the quality of content that you already have and are happy with. A basic website typically takes around 4 weeks from beginning to end.
Yes, we can help you get this set up and we can work with your existing provider. We are not a web hosting company though.
Yes, of course it will. All the websites we do are designed to work on every device. Depending on your requirements we can design and develop your site using responsive design so that the site is optimised strictly for mobile devices users.
Yes, we do! 🙂
We can provide relevant training of how to maintain your website’s content for you or your staff if that’s your wish.
Web hosting is a service that allows your website to be viewed on the Internet. It’s basically a computer housed in a data centre (or in Cloud) that runs your website.
A domain name is your address on the internet. Typically this would be something like yourcompany.co.uk if you’re based in UK.
Search Engine Optimisation is all about getting your website higher up in the search results on search engines such as Google. The higher up the results you are the more traffic (and customers) you’re likely to get.
There are many aspects that go into achieving good SEO, and one of the most important is the content used on your website (articles, posts, news, blog, words in general). Focus on well written, keyword rich and appropriate, original (yours!) content is the key.
A Content Management System is a tool that allows you to maintain the pages of your website yourself, without the need for any technical skills. A CMS allows you to edit and add pages, images, products or blog entries etc. to your website. No additional software is required – all you need is a web browser and an internet connection.