18th September 2017

eCommerce

Do you have a product or service that you want to sell on-line but not sure where to start? Have you been selling on Social Media and want to take the next step to having your own website? Do you want more control over how your product is sold?

We can help.

We have over 17 years experience in creating eCommerce sites. We can have you up and running in days at minimal cost, and then we can either maintain it for you, so you can concentrate on runing your business,  or we can show you how to do it yourself.

You can have a site with all the features of major companies, but at an affordable price and with a quick turnaround.

Whether you are selling physical goods and need an eCommerce platform or you are selling a service such as a plumber or a local shop, having a website can reap rewards.

Mobile search.

Over half the searches for goods and services now come from mobile devices such as phones and tablets, so you need a website that looks good on all screens, now matter how big or small. We call this responsive design. Your web content is like water, and your customers screen is like a container, your content flows into the container and takes it’s shape.

Free websites.

There are some internet providers that say you can create your own website on their platform for free, but there are several disadvantages to doing that. You get a “cookie cutter” site that looks like everyone elses. Most importantly you don’t get a website that is optimised for your business in your locality.

SEO

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimisation.  When a potential customer googles your business a long list of results comes up. If you are not near the top of that list then people are unlikely to click on your website. On the other hand if you are a plumber that operates only in Manchester there is no point in your website coming up when someone in London googles for a plumber. SEO is about writing the website, using visible and hidden means, to increase the likelyhood of your website being put in front of potential customers. You can think of it as a form of free advertising.

See our SEO page for more information.

PPC

PPC stands for Pay Per Click. This is when you pay for clicks to your website. It can be a very cost-effective form of advertising because you only pay when someone clicks on your advert or link. On the otherhand if your website is being clicked on by people who have no interest in your service, such as customers in London clicking on a Manchester Plumber’s website, then your money is wasted. If you decide to invest in PPC we can help you all the way.