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5 Ways a Website Can Benefit Your Business

Did you know that there are still a surprisingly large number of companies who do not have any type of online presence? Even some of those that do are yet to reap the benefits of having a ‘good’ website as opposed to simply having a website.

The creation of a top notch website can benefit your business in a variety of ways and to help you identify some of the more important benefits for any business, we have identified 5 of the more important ones below:

Benefit No. 1 – Establishing a Creditable Image

The creating of a high quality website will enable you to start taking steps towards establishing an online reputation and building levels of credibility 5 Ways a Website Can Benefit Your Businessthrough it.

For example, by providing a great user experience for visitors, you are likely to create an positive reputation amongst your customers.

Benefit No. 2 – Excellent Method of Advertising

A website effectively acts as an online ‘shop window’ for your products and services, which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

An attractive and effective website with good quality content (along with a bit of SEO magic) can result in new customers continuing to find your business, without you actually having to do anything!

Benefit No. 3 – Offer Easy Access For Customers

We all lead busy lives and there is a very strong possibility that many potential or existing customers may need to find out information but do not have the time to phone you to do so.

Without an effective website offering a comprehensive level of information, frustrated customers may feel as though they are being forced to go 5 Ways a Website Can Benefit Your Businesselsewhere.

Benefit No. 4 – Opening Channels of Communication

A great website offers the perfect way to interact with your customers. On the most basic of levels, you can implement easy to use forms and it a more advanced level, you could incorporate a blog or forum on your website offering a great way to communicate with customers.

Benefit No. 5 – Increasing the Reach of your Business

The creation of an effective website offers the opportunity to expand into new areas simply by promoting a new product or service, or targeting a geographic area which is covered by your business.

These are just a small number of the benefits offered by the creation of a website for your business, so if you still deciding whether a website is right for you, the time to make that decision is now!

Further Information

Footprint specialise in creating bespoke websites designed to help take your business to another level. We have been providing SEO Surrey since 1998 and if you’d like to speak to us regarding any of our services, give us a call on 01883 372488 or contact us via Facebook and we’ll be happy to talk you through your options.

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By | January 18th, 2016|Bespoke website design|Comments Off on 5 Ways a Website Can Benefit Your Business

WordPress 101: An Intro to Your Dashboard

You’ve got shiny new WordPress site, but how do you use it?

With such a huge variety of themes, visual options and add-ons, it’s no surprise that WordPress is nowWP Logo the most popular platform for building blogs and websites. It’s stylish, straightforward and simple to use. Over the next few blogs, we’re going to show you just how easy using WordPress really is. From finding your way around your dashboard, to editing images – and everything in between – we can help you take charge of editing and updating your own site.

Welcome to your Dashboard

When you log in to your WordPress account, you’ll be greeted by a screen similar to the below:

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This is your dashboard!

From here, you can improve, update, edit and view everything to do with your website. You can even change the layout of your dashboard, to make things you use frequently easier to find and access.

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In the top right of the screen, you’ll see “Howdy, (username)” – pretty useful to make sure you’re logged into the right site, with the right account. Just below this, you’ll see a link marked “Screen Options” (highlighted by the red arrow). This will allow you to Wordpress 3amend which boxes appear in your dashboard. By checking, or unchecking any of the boxes, you’ll be able to amend those that appear on the main screen of your dashboard – leaving room for those you find most useful.

You can also change the order of the boxes that appear in your dashboard, by dragging and dropping them. If there’s something you use all the time, and need it at the top, just hold your cursor on the title bar, click, hold and move it to where you want it.

To the left of your screen, you’ll see a list menu. This is your navigation menu. From here, you can do everything. Writing blogs, moderate comments, adding new webpages, etc. All things we’ll go into over the next few blogs. At the bottom of this list, you’ll see an option titled “Collapse Menu”. Clicking this will reduce your navigation menu down, allowing your main page to take up more room on your screen (particularly useful if you’re editing images). To reinstate it, simply click the right-pointing arrow.

In the next blog, we’ll cover creating posts & pages, as well as adding images to your image library. If there are any things you have queries on, or would like to know more about, please contact us and we’ll put that in the blog as well.

Intro to your blog, from WordPress.tv:

Further Information

Footprint Web Design have been at the forefront of web design and development for nearly 20 years. If you are looking for a website that truly represents your business, or advice on how to make your site stand out, then contact us today on 01883 372 488, or via email at info@footprint.co.uk.

 

By | February 27th, 2014|Bespoke website design, Wordpress, Wordpress Websites|Comments Off on WordPress 101: An Intro to Your Dashboard

Footprint’s Bespoke Website Design

So many people nowadays are branching out on their own; setting up their own businesses. Whether that’s as a result of the economic downturn of recent years, or an attempt to redress the work-life balance. 

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Footprint can offer your business a bespoke online presence

So you’ve got an idea for your business, but where do you start? In today’s business market, your first port of call should be your online presence. Consumers rely heavily on online information when making decisions, even if your business doesn’t primarily function online. Finding out where you are located, what you offer and, most importantly, reviews from other consumers, are all things your clients are looking for. If you’re not properly represented online, you’re closing yourself off to a huge amount of potential custom.

Bespoke Website Design

We at Footprint understand that small and fledgling businesses don’t have large budgets for initial outlay, which is why we make sure our pricing packages are completely realistic.

We are very proud of our bespoke website design services, which come from 18 years of developing websites for businesses of all sizes. We know every business is different, which is why we don’t follow the “one size fits all” package touted by some other web design companies.

Whatever your budget, we have an option for you – ensuring you squeeze the very most out of your money. Have a look at our portfolio to see some of our other clients’ websites. Some of these clients have been with Footprint since the very beginning – trusting our knowledge to constantly update and manage their website, keeping them perpetually ahead of their competition.

What Else Can You Do?

Footprint don’t just offer outstanding bespoke website design services, though. Check out the list below of our other services:

Further Information

For more information on how Footprint Web Design can help you, or to inquire about a quote, please contact us on 01883 372488, or email us at: info@footprint.co.uk

By | December 6th, 2013|Bespoke website design|Comments Off on Footprint’s Bespoke Website Design
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