Anecdote design and build websites which create customer demand

Did you know there are 1.5 billion websites on the internet. Holy mackerel you say, well that’s actually not that many when you consider how many people and businesses there are in the world.

Why does my business need a website?
Are you aware that the average person spends between three and four and a half hours a day on their phone? If you don’t have a web presence you are missing out on an engaged and untapped market. The numbers don’t lie.

What’s important to focus on with a website? 
It needs to focus wholeheartedly on your customers requirements. What is really important to them? Here are some general points to consider: It should provide a great user experience; deliver a coherent representation of your brand and business objectives; be engaging and to the point; and importantly prompt an immediate response or encourage an immediate sale

Why does my business need a website refresh? 
The world of digital moves at an incredible rate, much like businesses. Sometimes business owners are so caught up in running the business day to day, they neglect the very thing which can attract and retain customers, your website. Websites should be constantly nurtured and optimised; they are a digital representation of your business. Does your website reflect the vibrancy and energy of your business? If not, it needs a refresh.

How much does it cost to build and run a website? 
The cost of getting online has never been more cost-effective, but finding the right URL is a different story. Buying hosting, a url and email can start from as little as £25 per month. The cost of designing and developing a website can range from £3000 to £30,000 depending on scope and requirements.

Why would I pay an agency when I could use Wix or Squarespace? 
For small businesses, Wix and Squarespace may seem on the surface to be a no brainer, but beware – they are limiting. Have you noticed how similar many websites look today? They are heavily templated for ease of implementation and fall foul of understanding the importance of your brand. Like we say, brand, website and digital campaigns together create customer demand. Having one and not the other does harm.

Services we provide

WordPress is a free content management system which allows developers complete freedom to create bespoke online experiences. Apple and NBC, among many other corporations trust wordpress for their digital presences. That’s how we build our websites. 

Below provides a list of services we can provide:-

User experience web design
Wireframes and design which focus on the needs of your customers

WordPress development
A world leading content management system which provides you with the power to edit, update and add copy when required

Search engine optimisation (SEO)
Maximising the potential of organic reach. You can have all the tools in the world but the priority is great content. Great content will build a stronger Google ranking for the long term. No one said it was easy.

Onsite content production
Writing and creating content for your website. Defining strategies to make sure your content is better and more compelling than your competitors’.

Landing pages
Drive leads and conversions by creating landing pages set up to track and convert customers through specific digital campaigns

Email marketing
Deployed alongside other channels, email marketing works when you have something great to offer the recipient. Not just selling!

Animated gifs/animation
Bring life to your digital adverts as well as your organic and paid social campaigns

Digital communications
Banner Ads
Static Display Ads
Email Banners
Thumbnail Images
Social Media Graphics
Blog Banners

As a small or medium sized business, budgets vary as do time frames. Anecdote understand that. Our aim is always to help bring answers rather than questions to any project we take on; providing agility and convenience at each stage of a project’s lifecycle.

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