A website can be made to target a very specific market, or a general tell the world about what you have to offer website. Contact forms, facebook links, live twitter feeds, live videos displays, links to social media can all be included.
By using a graphic design layout artist you can be assured of a very simple but attractive layout giving you the highest impart of display.
In this day and age when you have a choice of so many different types of cars and so many different prices, why do the BMW’s and other German cars which are priced at the slightly higher end of the spectrum still sell, and sell well?
The answer is two fold, added quality and value for money.
What does added quality actually mean?
Well the way we, here at We Webwork see it, quality is about the personal service, the act of delivering more than expected, that going the extra mile.
Value for money?
Thats easy, what you see is what you get at the price given.
We don’t believe in “hidden charges” we don’t believe in surprising our clients at invoice time.
There are many people out there doing websites. Some will seem like real bargains, and on the surface they are, but when you dig down a little and discover the true costs you realise how you’ve been ripped off.
Just like the car that is a bargain price, want leather seats - extra, want sat nav - extra, want more airbags - extra, want cruise control - extra all these end up adding so much to your price, would it not have been more cost effective to get it all included in the price of that slightly more expansive car?
People will judge you by what your website looks like and what the message is that it portrays. A website is an extension of you!
One of the most time consuming parts of creating a website is how to make it attractive to both your potential clients and even more so to Google, so that you can be found. A quality website producer knows this and spends energy on getting it sorted out to the best level.
A website needs to always be kept up to date, so ask pertinent questions such as:
How fast are changes made? Google loves updates and new content.
Are the rates acceptable?
When problems arise how fast are they solved?
What other services does your webmaster offer?
Who owns the domain? (if the webmaster owns it you will have a problem if you want to move to a new webmaster or another hosting company).
What we at We Webwork are trying to say is simply this:
A website is a reflection on you and your business, make it work for you (not the web builder) seek a good and fair price not a cheap and nasty one.
Don’t be afraid to ask to see other sites they’ve built, contact those businesses and ask about the quality of the service. Any decent website designer will want to show off his work, won’t he?