Yes, we design and develop websites. If you have less than $15,000 to spend, we will work with a customized theme — which gives you less control over appearance/options/animation, but you still get the important benefits of an impactful, data-driven, SEO-sound, properly migrated marketing website. Research is an important part of this process to ensure we build a site that will work for your business now and into the future because sustainability is important to us.
When’s The Best Time To Get You Involved? Once I Have My Website?
The best time is now. Like every project, the later you leave any changes, the more expensive that change tends to be. It’s best to think about conversion optimization, online tracking, local search engine optimization, and everything else right from the starting point. When thinking about online, most business owners will think about their website and their website only. Based on my experience my rule of thumb is to spend 50% of your online development budget on your website, and the rest make it work.
I’m A Startup, And I Have A Limited Budget
We all have budgets and it takes a lot of mine to know what I know and stay up to date. You need to be able to give an indication of your budget to know what’s feasible, otherwise, you shouldn’t expect someone to give you a plan of action when there’s a risk you’ll turn around and say you don’t have the budget for it. We usually recommend that 50% of your marketing budget be online. Your time and our time is limited so let’s use it wisely.
I understand you may not understand what’s involved, but if you pay peanuts, you’ll get monkeys, and there’s a good chance you’ll end up spending more in the long run as you may have to fix things further down the line.
I Don’t Have A Login To …
I’m a digital marketer, not a magician. If you don’t have the login to your website, Google Analytics or something else then speak to members of your staff. Without them, all I can do is review what the public sees, which still gives me a great insight into your online presence, but I can’t go in and change anything. The best digital marketing tip I give on every talk, course, and every other time I can is to keep a spreadsheet with your logins. Yup, it’s old school, but it saves time and it saves duplication of business listings, Facebook pages and so much more. You don’t really want to be paying me, or anyone else, to hunt around for your logins.
Tracking Return On Investment
We Have Google Analytics But I Can’t Access It, I’ve Been Told To Start With A New One.
No, no, and no. Do not start with a new Google Analytics tracking code as you can’t easily compare the past and the future in a single report without jumping between accounts. If you’re doing marketing, you want to compare results. If your web developer says to use a new one, they just haven’t taken the time to do their research and don’t know the platform very well. I can help you get access to it again. There’s one caveat: Some web agencies set up all client accounts as part of their own Google account. It’s a very bad practice, and the impact of it isn’t realized until after a client wants to leave them. Google has released an option to allow you to move a Google Analytics account from one account to the other, but you’ll need to have someone with admin access to them both. This is well worth doing. It’s your data after all.
Will you manage our social media? Will you tweet for us? We need someone to manage our social accounts, do you do that?
Yes, we can manage your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc, accounts for you! We discover content to post, write and schedule posts, retweet, and provide reporting. We’ll also engage with your audience by responding to positive sentiment comments, liking tweets, etc.
However, we need someone on your team to monitor social media as we do not provide 24/7 support or customer service. You’ll be responsible for responding to customer questions, requests, and feedback, as you have more knowledge and a deeper connection to your organization than us. If you need help responding to negative comments or customer questions, we can help, but ultimately the answer must come from you.