Website and Blog Creation

We’re all about looking good, but there is a specific approach we must take in designing all of our clients’ websites. Some SEO firms believe in optimizing the site just for the search engines and incapable of making it user-friendly or stand out from the crowd.

Our team has many years of experience in creating everything from simple graphics to creative ads to basic websites to e-commerce websites. We balance our designs based on quality, usability, communication and SEO. This results in satisfied customers, constant flow of repeat business and referrals for other projects.

If you need search engine traffic, a website that appeals to visitors, a sales copy that converts well and all for less than half the price of what our competitors charge but get double the value, be sure to contact me on this page.

Unique Branding

We do our best to make each website customized and unique without going overboard. The most important thing about a website is its ability to communicate with the visitors. A website does not have to be flashy or over the top. Even if it is, it must be able to have the visitors do what you want them to do… and that’s purchasing products from you, signing up for your newsletter, requesting a free sample and so on. Without effectively communicating with the potential client, your website real estate is wasting space and losing money.

Although the majority of our websites are designed from scratch, we welcome the use of templates. If there is a specific template you wish to use, feel free to give us the URL to it. In fact, if you haven’t already purchased it, we can order it for you free-of-charge. Just ask one of our experts for additional information. We recommend using Template Monster since they carry one of the largest template providers. By using these templates, we’ll be able to save you a lot of money.

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