Is It Time For A Website Renovation?
When a website has been around for a while, the chances are it’s got a bit behind with the latest technologies and strategies. Maybe you started on a really tight budget and now need to move on up to the next level to get it really earning its place in your business. Perhaps you have simply outgrown your website (I know how that feels!) or it just isn’t contributing to your business in a profitable way.
If optimisation work isn’t going to cut the mustard, we can work with you to create a new website from the existing one. This is a great opportunity to review your platform and hosting arrangements, along with email and a review of your social media. It’s a time to revisit your digital marketing persona and build in the functionality needed to pump up profitability.
The difference between a rebuild and a new website is that we can reuse and repurpose the content you already have which can cut down development time considerably. We can still review and potentially re-write your content and even use the same platform, but the fact that you have a starting point is a big plus.
You can decide to stay with the CMS (website platform or Content Management System) you are already using or swap to a new one – there’s a lot of choice and I can help you make that decision. I will also tell you whether a complete rebuild is necessary – we may be able to get the same or similar results by just making some fundamental changes to the existing website.
You can see details of some clients we have worked on a rebuild for over in the client portfolio
I’m very happy to share my knowledge and experience with clients and business owners who need some clarity on the options and which route to choose for their business. That’s why I offer a free initial consultation to anyone needing some guidance as they enter the digital jungle, whether it’s for the first time, or an intrepid revisit!
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