Small Business Websites In BrisbaneGary Mills
Professional small business websites in Brisbane at an affordable price, webdesigns that reflect your business and suit all budgets.
We do not use templates for our websites, each project is custom designed to maximise the potential for individual clients.
We provide an obligation free soft proof of your proposed website so you can see what it will look like before going ahead with the design and build.
Some frequently asked questions
- What is a soft proof? It is a single page website built using your existing colours, we also insert generic images/graphics that are similar to your business type – allowing you to get a feel for the website.
- What do you need from me? For a soft proof we only need your business card, if you haven’t got business cards yet don’t worry, we can still do a soft proof. We can design you a business card as well!
- What do you mean by obligation free? We mean that the soft proof and any consultations are at no cost to you with no catches. We provide you an estimate of the cost before going ahead.
- Can I update the final website myself? Yes you can, we provide a 1 hour tutorial on how to use the website, this can be done by telephone but we prefer to use Skype.
SEO (search engine optimisation)
SEO for small business websites in Brisbane is a very important factor to consider. There is a growing number of small businesses in Brisbane competing for customers (probably yours)
Even if you don’t understand SEO we will help you to discover which keywords and descriptions will work best for your business website.
We will insert the keywords and descriptions in the appropriate locations throughout the websites content and pages for you.
The written content for your website is checked by us, we optimise this for maximum impact by search engines and your websites visitors.
If you don’t have a well designed and optimised website you will simply lose business to your competitors, a well optimised business website will be found by your potential customers via search engines.
A recent study shows nearly all consumers (97%) now use on-line media to shop locally read more here.