You know your business needs a website, but you have no idea what your website should include. Sound familiar?
If you're feeling a little lost as to what the best website design is for achieving your company's online goals, you're not alone. While the Internet offers an incredible opportunity for attracting new leads and sales, determining what your website needs to first be found online, and then what you've got to do to compel site visitors to become your customers, can seem like an impossible hurdle.
At Saltmedia, years of experience and loads of super slick, small business websites later and we've got a good grasp of what the best website designs look like for businesses in any industry. For starters, 100% custom is the only way to go; your business is unique and your website should be, too. From there, first impressions are vital. Studies show that consumers are more likely to make a purchase from a business if their website expectations are met.
If you're keen to 'wow' visitors with a website that not only looks impressive and provides them with the information they need to see your company as an authority in the industry, your business website needs to possess several key attributes. Providing the best possible user-experience should be your ultimate goal, and this is what it's going to take:
Custom really is key, and working with a web design company that's willing to take the time to learn about your business, create a strategy and build a site that's the best online solution for achieving your goals will always deliver the best results.
If you're looking for a company with the skills and experience needed to take your business to new heights online, give us a call and let's get started!
Saltmedia Inc operates on the traditional territory of Treaty 8 in what is now known as Grande Prairie. We value the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit who lived and cared for this land long before Canada was founded, and we recognize that it is a privilege to operate our business here.
Our Prince George site operates on the traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh.
We are grateful to the Elders and Knowledge Keepers who are with us today, and those who’ve gone before us.