Website Design Sunshine Coast

Your Web Design Requires a Clear Purpose, It's Not Enough to Just be Pretty and Hope for the Best!

We have put together 8 Strategy Elements for you to use as part of your planning. You must have a purpose for your Sunshine Coast web design and a clear strategy to support it. The internet is a critical source of interaction and information for business’ on the Sunshine Coast. Scribblevision understands the keys to designing, planning and executing a successful website.

8 Critical Strategy Elements We Plan for Are:

  1. Clarity on what the purpose of your website design is
    It can just end up a confusing mess if you don’t address key questions. Is the purpose of your website to sell something, give information, nurture relationships? Every page on your site should have one, specific focus. It’s up to you – but get clear from the start
  2. Remember that your website should not be about you
    It might sound counter intuitive but the truth is, your prospective clients and customers on the Sunshine Coast aren’t that interested in you. They’re interested in what you can do for them. Step into their shoes. Meet their needs. Address their fears and concerns. Above all, give them solutions and solve some of their problems. Then you’ll have a website that people will want to visit and immerse themselves in
  3. Give People Free Material
    Don’t hold back. If the purpose of your business is to add real value to peoples’ lives – start now. Give visitors to your site information they can use that will make a real difference to them
  4. Get your Customers and Prospects’ Email Addresses – and then use them
    The businesses that are good at collecting email addresses, hardly any of them follow up by communicating regularly with their customers and clients in an effective way. You don’t just have to use email to sell. You can use email to thank people for their business, make them a special offer, give them a free article or report, send a newsletter, recommend a product or service they may be interested in, ask for referrals, share some news that may be interested in, ask why they’ve not done business with you … the list is only limited by your imagination. The point is this. You could grow your business by 10, 20 or 30% just by adopting an effective e-marketing strategy
  5. Automate your Emails with Automation
    The reasons that Email Marketing is so powerful is because if you set it up properly, your entire email operation can be automated. Using autoresponders you can decide who gets which emails and when they get them. You can even create a system where people who purchase a particular product or service receive a series of emails leading them to further purchases. And the entire process is automated – which means that you can lie on the beach while the profits roll in.
  6. Test Pay Per Click Advertising
    Pay per Click propels you to the top of the search engines without spending months on search engine optimisation that probably won’t work anyway. Unlike most internet advertising, you only pay when someone visits your site. How much you pay will depend on how much competition there is amongst other advertisers in your category. As with all marketing, the golden rule is to TEST and measure the results
  7. Use Video on your website
    Video is revolutionizing the internet and those who are embracing its power are reaping the rewards. For minimal time and cost you can turn your website into a multi media vehicle that gives your customers the most effective direct experience of you possible. If you combine video with email marketing, pay per click and advanced internet marketing, the results can be exponential
  8. Become obsessed with split-testing
    All highly successful online Entrepreneurs are passionate about testing. Split testing lets you continually test alternative versions of your web pages, to see which bring the most customers and sales. Tools such as Google’s Website Optimiser and Hypertracker enable you to do this at no or low cost.
  • Are you a new or existing Sunshine Coast business looking for a professional, high-performance website design?
  • Do you have an existing website design that has technical difficulties on desktop and mobile devices?
  • Do you have website maintenance or security issues?
  • or is your website design just bloated and slow?

 

Sunshine Coast Web Design Doesn’t Need to be a Slap in the Face.

It’s Not Enough to Just be Pretty and Hope for the Best! You must have a purpose for your website and a clear strategy to support it. The internet is a critical source of interaction and information for business’. Let us guide you on a successful digital journey.

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Web Design FAQ

What does a web designer do?

web designer is someone who is both creative and technically inclined, and uses both these attributes to build or redesign websites. The web designer has the ability to understand what is needed to make a website functional and easy to use, but at the same time make it aesthetically appealing to the user.

How much does it cost to hire someone to build a website?

There are a number of variables here that will depend greatly on the quality of service you are after. Pricing can be sourced from very cheap (a few hundred dollars) to very expensive (tens of thousands) and every where in between. Just remember the pricing will depend on the project and the level of expertise you are delivered.

How long does it take to code a website?

This will depend if you are wanting a simple business website or a full featured web application. A good quality business website will take anywhere from 5 to 8 weeks. Be mindful of variations and complex tasks. More complex sites can take several months.

What is mean by Web development?

Web development broadly refers to the tasks associated with developing websites for hosting via intranet or internet. The web development process includes web designweb content development, client-side/server-side scripting and network security configuration, among other tasks.

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