What works and doesn’t
The 22 year old story has been..
Web agencies spend a lot of time waiting for clients to supply content. Next, they spend a load of time discussing how to manage the new website which they will no doubt forget or else the tools change on the next WordPress update! For the agency, this approach is inefficient and leads to agencies charging more than they need to compensate.
Most businesses appoint their most technically-minded or marketing aware employee manage their website. After a lengthy process of design sign-offs, bug fixes and instructions how to add new content – that person often feels like they are left holding the baby and the technical stuff like security, code, integrations and compatibility gets largely ignored. After 6 months, the website starts to show the signs of neglect, phases like ‘we need to update our website’ start getting used and after 24 months, the company starts saying it needs a new website.
Low budget, self-managed solutions like Wix, Squarespace and Weebly are great in eliminating some of the humans from this equation, but they still leave you scratching around tutorials and messing with formatting because they are a build-your-own DIY model. Not everyone is or wants to be a web developer!
How we make it work
Our site builds go like this:
- You tell us your targets
- You provide us your content
- We build the site – using your content to fulfil your targets
- We launch your new website with a 24 hour feedback loop for changes
What to do next..
Sign-up to one of our monthly plans, fill in a form, give us a few days and bam! (we’re done).