- Reach new customers. Having a great looking website shows professionalism and provides customers and clients with an easy way to engage with your business online.
- Saves your business money on prinding & distribution costs. Your website is your online brochure or catalog that can be updated any time.
- Expanding your market. Having a website allows your business to break through the geographical barriers and become accessible anywhere in the world.
- Open 24/7. Having a website built to convert is like having a sales person 24/7 actively promoting your service or product.
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- Our Website design comes with a clear, user-friendly navigation that allows visitors to quickly find the information they need.
- Our primary goal when building a website is to help your business generate more leads and sales
- Our website is designed with a strong SEO foundation to help you rank on search engine
Why hire Shoutout Digital for your Bunbury Web Design Services?
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What is the point of my blog? If you blog to share photos and memories with your family and don’t make any money from it, I wouldn’t spend more than a few hundred dollars for a design at the most. Actually I’d probably just grab a free theme and leave it at that. If, however, you make thousands of dollars a year from your blog and need it to do specific things for your visitors, it’s time to increase the budget.
What will I gain from a professional design? Whether you want to attract better advertisers or get featured on big-name websites, a professionally designed blog will always outperform a generic one. If you knew that spending $2000 now would earn you 5-6 times that in the next year alone, wouldn’t it make sense to spend the money?
Should I outsource this? Many, many bloggers ask us for a quote, then tell me they’re going to design their own sites to save money. When that happens I usually see one of four results:
- They waste hours and hours trying to figure out what to do, then the end result still looks awful.
- They waste hours and hours trying to figure out what to do, then get frustrated and hire someone anyway.
- They immediately go hire a cheaper designer, then end up hiring our web design team to fix what the designer broke.
- They pay for another design within a year of the DIY job because it wasn’t what they wanted.
In those situations, all I see is wasted time, money, and/or effort. If you’re a blogger, focus on blogging, especially if that’s how you earn your living. There’s no shame in outsourcing the things that aren’t a good use of your time.
WHAT YOU SHOULD SPEND: Anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars, depending on the value you would get from a better design. In general, I wouldn’t spend more than $5000 on a blog design unless you have a huge audience and very specialized needs.
For Business Websites:
How important is it to have a website for my business? It’s the 21st century, and over 60% of internet users research products and services online before they make a purchase. If your company doesn’t have a website, regardless of what you do or how many employees you have, you are totally missing out. That said, having an ugly, outdated website isn’t going to help you much in the reputation department. It’s easy to tell yourself that any web presence is better than none, but you can certainly lose potential clients or customers if they perceive your brand as “cheap” or out of touch.
What does my website actually do for my business? Do people use your website to learn about what you offer? Make appointments? Purchase products? Find your phone number? Two important points about this: (1) If your website doesn’t lead to more business, that’s a problem. And it’s not because the web doesn’t work – it’s because your site doesn’t. (2) If your website does lead to more business, it’s time to ask yourself what could help improve conversion rates or make things easier for clients and customers.
If your website doesn’t lead to more business, it’s not the web that doesn’t work. It’s your site.
What does my business really need? We’ve talked to business owners who are obsessed with things that simply don’t matter. They absolutely must have a menu that pops out a certain way, or they want to push content lower on the page just to make the logo bigger. And while they’re worrying about all those nitpicky details, they’re missing the fact that half their visitors never click beyond the homepage. If you aren’t sure what your business site needs, it’s time to consult with someone who does. Immediately.
WHAT YOU SHOULD SPEND: Website designs for businesses are more difficult to price because there are so many factors involved. I would say you should always expect at least several thousand dollars if not much more than that. Don’t like that answer? Try thinking of your website as an employee who’s out there selling your products or services 24/7. if you think of it that way you’ll see why you’re getting a bargain no matter what you spend.