10 Website Secrets; Part 1, your website must be fully responsive
Posted on 7th April 2018 at 10:22
We spend a lot of time looking for bad websites. In fact we love them, because when we find one, we know that it’s an opportunity to help the owner get a new website that will benefit their business. But we are not the only ones who like bad websites - your competitors do too. They know that if you have a website that isn’t easy for visitors to use and that doesn’t engage them, people won’t stay on there for long. Potential customers will get fed up, and instead of contacting you or buying your products, they will leave your site and go elsewhere - straight to your competitors!
It’s time that your website helped your business more than it helps your competitors – here is the first of our top 10 tips that will enable it to do just that.
They speak a thousand words, they grab attention, they keep visitors to your website interested and engaged – when it comes to web design, image is everything.
Using good quality photos and pictures will enhance the visual appeal of your website. Why does this matter? Because professional images create a good impression, and – vitally – build trust and credibility for your business.
But do you know which photos to use? Where to source them? Below are a few tips to help you use pictures to best effect on your site.
This week we have been glued to the Channel 4 programme 'A New Life in the Sun'' as we watched it'seeze Horsham client Chez Keona's journey from living and working in the South of England, to owning and running a B&B in the French village of Le Vigeant
Michaela Strahan, Director of the Eight Bells At Bolney, became frustrated that she was unable to edit her website, and as a result it no longer accurately reflected the fare on offer in the fabulous Eight Bells restaurant. Michaela knew the answer was a new website, but she didn't know where to find a company that she could rely on to create a website that she could edit quickly and easily.
Since joining it'seeze Horsham in February 2017, Rachel Humphrey has been generating new leads by contacting prospective clients. In her revised role Rachel will be working with our existing clients to help make them aware of industry and company developments and to help them keep their it'seeze website current and updated.
9 Steps To Finding The Right Website Designer for Your Business
Posted on 29th January 2018 at 07:44
Finding the right company to create your website can be a really difficult and daunting task. There are so many to choose from, and if you don't know a great deal about websites and website terminology (and why should you?) it can be very hard to differentiate between them. So we have laid out 9 steps to help you make the right choice.