We’ve been building and marketing websites a long time. In fact, it started way before WebDesignAndMarketing.co.uk even existed! (check our our “About page” to find out more.
Just like a car, websites can cost a few hundred or many thousands of pounds. Our websites start at £2500. Read our complete answer here.
It depends on the scope and size of the project. Generally, 4 weeks is a good rule of thumb.
Most of our clients work with us long-term, so it’s all part of their website care plan. If you’d rather go it alone we’ll help you get set up.
This is a tool that allows you to manage the content on your website pages yourself. Examples of this include text, images, products and blog entries.
Yes. We provide training and support. We even place tutorial videos right in your dashboard, so they’re ready whenever you need them. Perfect for when you have new staff!
Depending on the requirements, we have a network of specialists we can call on for both images and professionally written content. Prices vary depending on your needs.
Much like images and content, we have a few select graphic designers we can call on for your logo design.
Most of our clients have a website care plan with us. It covers regular software updates and many other things to make sure your website is always in tip-top shape.
This is why it’s important to properly maintain your website. If you have a website care plan you’ll be covered and we’ll get it fixed ASAP. If not then our standard hourly rate will apply.
Currently, we offer SEO Services and bespoke systems designed to generate leads, close sales and nurture your clients. Depending on your needs this may also include PPC, Video Marketing, Content Marketing, and social media management.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimisation. It’s about showing Search Engines that your content is what the user would most like to see (and most relevant) when they search for something. On-Page SEO will structure your content and data in a way that allows search engines to easily see what it’s about and what’s most important. Off-Page SEO will help your website become more authoritative and trustworthy.
PPC refers to Pay-Per-Click marketing. It simply means that you pay each time a user clicks on your advertisement. Search-based PPC displays relevant adverts when users type in a search (such as in Google). Interruptive PPC is designed to catch the eye when the user is not specifically looking for your offer (like Facebook Ads).
Yes, Maps SEO can be a fantastic opportunity for location-based businesses. Because you are usually targeting a specific geographic location, it’s often possible to outrank national competitors in your area.
You need to prove that you’re the authority in your field. Regularly add useful content on a long-term basis, use social media channels where your audience is likely to be found, be consistent with your content. This (coupled with good On-Page SEO) will, over time, show Google that you deserve a larger share of traffic. Check out our blog for more in-depth answers.
Yes, but usually as part of an overall strategy to grow your business online. We have a handful of professional writers in our network that we can call on for this as we feel it’s the best way to provide a high quality service.
CRO stands for Conversion Rate Optimisation. It’s about ensuring that the pages on your website are designed and structured in a way that guides and compels the visitor to take the action you require (the conversion). This is usually in the form of an email sign-up, a sale, a phone call/Email or completion of a form.
A common question but there’s no simple answer to this. It’s best to have a well-structured marketing plan, measure the results of your efforts (so you can repeat what works and eliminate what doesn’t), and be consistent in what you produce. Over time, your traffic and business will grow.
Prices vary considerably depending on what’s required and what your goals are. They start at £250 per month plus a one-time setup fee.