So, you've decided to hire a web developer to create your new website. Or, your website needs upgrading. When it comes to web development, planning out a website is the first step in a successful web development project. Getting a fix on what you need, the message you want to convey, your timeline, and your budget...are just some topics that will be discussed.
Your site, on the Go
Your site must be mobile-friendly. Why? Simple: most of your traffic will come from mobile users. The latest data shows that more than half of current site visitors use mobile devices, and that number is growing. WordPress offers the versatility of not only creating a great website (like this one!) but provides the ability to your website mobile-friendly. And since 83% of mobile users expect a flawless mobile experience, my job will be to ensure your site looks as good on mobile as it does on your desktop.
What is SEO?
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. Building a website is one thing; getting found by your users requires careful planning. I will use Google's Search Essentials guide so your site will perform well and appear in searches.
I don't guarantee that your site will be first in Google searches. I will make sure that -
- Your site will meet the technical requirements to appear in Google searches.
- That I will not use spammy techniques, which would affect your rankings.
- I will use current best practices.
WEB DEVELOPMENT TIMELINE
In our first meetings, we'll discuss your expectations, desires, and vision for your new website. Whether you have built a site on your own before, or barely know how to use Facebook, we will work together until we have a solid action plan.
Wireframe & Design
Once we have an idea and concept in mind, it's time to build.
Once your site is coded, it's time to launch. We'll work on getting you ready to manage your site on your own.