Web Design

WordPress stands out as a versatile and powerful tool for web design, offering the capability to create a wide range of websites. Whether it be an e-learning platform, a classifieds portal, or a site with sophisticated reservation and booking functionalities, WordPress provides a robust foundation for diverse web projects.

Business Website

One-page or traditional tabbed websites are excellent for showcasing a company profile. Additionally, websites designed in WordPress are easy to edit and manage.

E-commerce stores

In today's digital age, the majority of commerce happens online. A WooCommerce-powered online store is an ideal tool for management, offering a user-friendly interface.

Blogs

Blogs boost website visibility with extra keywords, enabling the sharing of company updates, promotions, tutorials, and personal thoughts through posts.

What's included

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What's included

website maintenance

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website maintenance

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What does the process of creating a website look like?

business website

Business Website

I keep my technical skills sharp and in line with lasting industry practices, ensuring every website, whether basic or complex, is designed with attention to detail and perfection.
CMS

Content Management System (CMS)

Looking to update your website's content and images by yourself? I can create a professional site for you with an easy-to-use Content Management System (CMS) that gives you the independence to manage it effortlessly.
RWD responsive web design

Responsive Web Design (RWD) websites.

I craft websites that shine on any device, from phones to computers. With my responsive design, your site will adjust perfectly to various screens, offering a seamless and intuitive experience for all visitors.

" Your website is your online business card that can be shared with anyone, anywhere, at any time. "

Michael Fleischner

When choosing a web developer to create your website,
there are several things to consider!

When creating a WordPress website, consider choosing a freelance developer over a larger agency. Freelancers can offer several advantages, including:

  1. Personalised Attention: Freelancers typically work on fewer projects at once, which means they can give your project more individualised attention and be more responsive to your needs.

  2. Cost-Effective: Freelancers often charge lower rates than larger agencies because they have lower overhead costs.

  3. Flexibility: Freelancers can be more flexible in their approach to your project, which can lead to a more personalised and tailored solution.

  4. Expertise: Freelancers often specialise in a specific niche or area of expertise, meaning they have a more in-depth understanding of the technical requirements of your project.

When choosing a freelance developer to create your WordPress website, you will communicate with one person from the beginning to the end of the project. This person will be directly responsible for your project.

You will present your expectations and requirements to this person, and you will rely on them for efficient and hassle-free project execution.

If you need a website, you’ll want to ensure that it attracts as much traffic as possible. Even the best website is worthless without traffic – it’s like having a shop in the middle of a forest where no one will find it.

Therefore, you’re probably thinking about promoting your website so that as many people as possible can learn about it. If you plan to outsource your digital marketing, it’s best to work with the same team that created your website or at least someone who has extensive knowledge of website SEO optimization. You can’t effectively improve website ranking without proper SEO optimization. It may sound like a cliche, but it’s true.

I often hear from my clients that they pay significant sums of money every month for yearly contracts on website SEO optimization that, as it turns out, aren’t even minimally prepared for SEO.

Always ask about the possibility of editing your website in the future. Ideally, you should be able to do this quickly and easily on your own. That’s why it’s worth choosing WordPress websites, especially those created with the intuitive Elementor editor.

I provide my clients with a link to instructional videos on YouTube, where is explained step-by-step how to edit the website in a clear and understandable way.

For website creation, make sure to include all agreements regarding prices and deliverables in a contract. This will help protect you and provide a basis for enforcing your rights.

If your website is to be built on a platform such as WordPress, ask about the licensing for the theme/template. Find out who will pay for it, whether it is up-to-date, and what will happen with future payments as licenses typically last for one year. It’s common to encounter situations where clients have websites with inactive themes, which can eventually crash or become vulnerable to hacking when the next WordPress update comes.

It’s important to address these issues in advance to ensure the long-term stability and security of your website.

In case something goes wrong and your website stops working, it’s important to have a copy of it that you can restore. If your website is built on the widely-used WordPress platform, it’s easy to even restore a backup copy of it yourself.

There are WordPress plugins such as All In One WP Migration or WPvivid Backup Plugin, which quickly and easily compress your website into one file that you can later import.

When choosing a company to create your website, always ask who the legal owner of the domain will be. If you don’t already have a domain, and the company creating your website will purchase it for you, make sure that you are the legal owner of the domain. There have been cases where clients have had trouble with their domain because, officially, the company creating the website owned it. Remember, the domain is your property.

When choosing a domain and hosting, do some research on both the price and quality of services. Don’t always rely on price alone. The most popular and expensive service providers don’t always offer services of the highest quality.

Fast and reliable hosting is essential for your e-success. I also caution against the cheapest or, worse, free hosting services.

Always seek the opinion of someone who has already purchased services from a particular provider and can evaluate the company from experience.

Be very cautious about online opinions, which are often written on demand. When it comes to prices, find out what it will cost to renew the services after the first year.

Usually, if something is cheap or free in the first year, the cost of renewal can be very high. This applies mainly to the largest service providers on the market.

This topic aims to raise awareness of the potential of a website for your business. It especially concerns small local businesses for which having a presence on Facebook is enough, which often only involves creating a profile, uploading a logo, and 3 posts to start with. And that’s often where the online presence of businesses ends.

The opinion that a website is actually unnecessary and only serves as a nice addition to a business card comes from the fact that many companies create a website in the hope that it will be enough and that the website “will earn money for us on its own”.

Businesses do not want to invest in promoting their business online because they either do not know how to do it or have had unpleasant experiences with dishonest practices that I wrote about earlier.

There is often a belief that effective online advertising must be free because the internet itself is free, Facebook is free, Gumtree is free. Companies do not want to invest money in online marketing.

Currently, it is unfortunately not enough to just have a website or a Facebook fanpage to gain profits and attract customers, as it was 10-15 years ago. Posting ads on Gumtree or a few posts on Facebook is definitely not enough today.

However, as I mentioned before, it is necessary to invest money in promotion. I don’t understand business owners who resist this and at the same time spend huge amounts on actions that bring little effect.

Compared to traditional forms of advertising, online marketing is relatively cheap. For example, if you operate in a town of about 20,000 people, you can reach everyone who uses Facebook with your ad for about 100 GBP. Which traditional advertising in this price range would give you such an effect?

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