Web Development is the backbone
of all digital marketing efforts.
Picture yourself waiting several moments for a website to load while you are in desperate need of a piece of content or about to finish a purchase.
Such a low performance page might be just enough for people to abandon your domain and find better solutions with your competitor.
To have a steady, high functioning website is pivotal to all other digital marketing efforts. As a business owner, you can’t expect your digital tools to bear fruit if your website lacks the sunshine (meaning maintenance) it needs to bloom.
Hiring a web developer will ensure that you have the foundation necessary to implement a more complete digital marketing strategy, and have everything running smoothly no matter what.
Customize your website with your brand’s identity to provide your customer with a unique experience.
Deliver a solid UX with responsive interfaces and high-speed page loading.
Increase your sales with a digital shop, product listings, cart and checkout pages.
Make your website a reliable source of information with blogging, ebooks and guides.
Infrastructure to support online transactions and avoid losing performance due to high traffic volumes.
Keep your website free from bugs and residual setups that may be undermining your performance.
Our monthly packages include the execution of the services described during a minimum of 3 months. Our experts will give you more insight on the best plan for you.
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Gabriela, our salesperson, will set up a time to go over your business needs and answer any questions you may have about the process.
A spectrum of services that ranges from custom design and application development for shopping systems and news sites, to content management system (CMS) development, mobile site development and much more.
Frequently Asked Questions
This is the address that your clients will use to access your website or virtual store. Setting up your domain is so important and very easy to do. The first step to owning your own website is choosing the domain name. You can visit a domain registrar such as A2, GoDaddy or Namecheap and search for an available .com (or other suffix) that isn’t already registered by another person/business. Once you’ve chosen one, you pay the fee and it’s yours!
Web hosting services work by maintaining stable and secure storage spaces and individuals or companies purchasing a subscription that gives you access to a set space on their server. Every website needs to be hosted by a server. This hosting allows for anyone who has access to the internet to then access your website
SSL is a protocol that allows websites to securely send information over the Internet. It’s used on user account pages and checkout processes which are considered secure areas of a website. When you’re asked to “log in” by putting your username/password, this part of the process will be SSL-secured because it contains sensitive data like credit card info or personal details. You can usually tell when a page is SSL-secured because it will have a little lock next to the page’s URL.
We are very flexible with our clients and understand that each business will require something unique, including the platform that a website is built on, in other words a Content Management System, also known as a CMS. Building a website on a CMS makes it so when you want to make any updates to your site you can do so without having to know code.
Figuring out which CMS is best for you and your business is all about understanding your company’s present needs as well as your future goals. Most of our clients tend to have websites built on WordPress or Shopify because they are powerful yet extremely easy to use platforms.
You can also request that your website be built on a more“turn-key” CMS platform like Wix or SquareSpace. The benefit of these platforms is that we can deliver a ready to go website to you in a more timely fashion and they have also been known to be more user friendly. Check out our blog to learn more about the pros and cons of these turn-key CMS platforms.