It’s never been more important to make your mark online. According to Infoplease, 81 percent of Americans between the ages of 30 and 64 use the internet to research products and services. If they don’t find your business, whom do you think they will give their business to? Your online competitors.
Whether you are a solopreneur or have a small team now is the time to create an online presence. With a website, you will be able to find new business, educate your customers and build a recognizable brand.
Don’t know where to begin? That’s where we come in. Answer this Web Design Questionnaire to give us an idea of what you’re looking for. From there, we will sit down to talk about your business, your customers, your goals and your design likes and dislikes. We’ll then mock up a few website examples and wait for your feedback.
All of our websites are built on WordPress, a user-friendly content management system that allows anyone to update their website. With WordPress, you are in full control of your website (but only if you want to be, we also offer monthly maintenance packages).
All owners can easily create content, update images and write blog posts. We fully train all of our clients on its capabilities before handing over the reigns and we’re only a phone call or email away with any support questions that may come up.
At the Little Online Agency, we’re proud to offer affordable, small business website design to help you stay competitive online. We want to help you create a website that is easy to manage and you are happy to call your own.
Fun (or Terrifying?) Web Design Stats
- You have 10 seconds to make a good first impression. If you don’t effectively tell your visitors what they’ll get from your company, they’ll leave your site in 10 seconds or less. (Copyblogger)
- Visitors want their information fast! 40 percent of visitors will leave a website if it takes longer than 3 seconds to load. (KISSmetrics)
- User experience matters. 88 percent of users are much less likely to return to a website if they have had a bad user experience. (Econsultancy)