Web & Social Media

web services

The first place customers look for products and services today is on the web.

Website – Blog – Social Media – eCommerce – Mobile Apps – SEO

  • Website – Design, Development, Management

    Today’s increase in mobile web access demands that every business has a website that conveys information readily and enables visitors to find and interact with the information they’re looking for, regardless of the device they may be using. If a person visits your site and it isn’t optimized to meet these needs, there’s a good chance they’ll leave your site and not come back.

    Responsive web design is the approach to developing a website that fluidly adjusts the lay out according to the screen size and resolution of the device being used to access the site. It provides for an optimal viewing experience, easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, or scrolling.

  • Blog – Setup, Writing, Publishing, Website and Social Media Posting

    Blogging just makes sense! With minimal effort and expense, you can build credibility, boost search engine rankings, increase website traffic, and foster relationships with potential and current customers.

  • eCommerce

    Many companies benefit from having an eCommerce site. eCommerce can be used to sell physical products, digital products, consultations, appointments, services, and a myriad of other items. eCommerce offers businesses the opportunity to offer customers round-the-clock convenience.

  • eMail – Templates and SMTP Mailing

    Email is one of the most important ways you can communicate with your customers. It allows you to send announcements, offer special promotions, keep customers informed, and foster loyalty to your business.

  • Social Media – Site Setup, Posting Blog Articles

    Americans spend nearly a quarter of their online time on social networks and blogs. If you want to reach clients and prospects, you need to be where they are. By using social media, you’ll promote your business, product, service, and leverage your marketing message.

  • Mobile Apps

    According to a Gallup survey, nearly three-quarters of Americans check their mobile phones at least once per hour and ninety percent of mobile phone time is spent using apps. Smartphone apps have become a key marketing tool for small businesses and large companies. Mobile apps increase customer engagement, boost repeat visits, and enable online transactions and direct communications with your business.