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YOUR WEBSITE I THE GATE TO YOUR BRAND
If you are interested in letting us help you designing a website, please contact us to tell us about you, your company/occupation, and your services.

We create website that are easy for you to maintain without spending money to pay someone else to provide this service. Google offers a few free services for businesses and we connect you to two of them: Google Analytics and Google Console

The process of designing a website can be overwhelming. We promise to guide you and help you through the whole process to make it smooth and stress-free. 

This way we will be able to get to know you better and provide you the service you deserve: THE BEST.

OPTIMIZATION

On-page SEO describes the changes you make directly to a web page to facilitate higher ranking. These might be keywords, meta tags, alt. text, etc. 
 Off-page SEO refers to all of the SEO practices that take place outside of your website such as Social Media, Every door Mail, Email Marketing, etc.

USER FRIENDLY
The user experience (UX) of a website from the layout and design of the pages down to the color of the buttons. An intuitive and engaging experience for visitors, will be more likely to attract users to spend more time on the website, and ultimately convert them into leads

MARKETING
Let them know you are here! Using every form of advertising, engagement, and exposure, will let your target audience know what you are offering. 

“The key is, no matter what story you tell, make your buyer the hero.” –Chris Brogan

 

CPAU website design

Search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing want to direct users to websites and content that are relevant to what they’re searching for. But how is relevance determined? Following CPAU

  • Content: Is the content relevant to what the user is searching for?

  • Performance: Does the site load fast enough and does it work properly? Is it easy for Users to navigate and find the information they are looking for?

  • Authority: Is the content useful enough to link to or do other authoritative sites use that website as a reference or cite the information that’s available?

  • User experience: How does the site look and behave? Is it easy to navigate around? Does it look safe? Does it have a high bounce rate?

UI/UX Design: Attractive and User Friendly Website

A great website is intuitive and usable to everyone. It’s taken us a decade or so, but most websites now have sifted out what works and what doesn’t, and here are your general areas for great usability:

  1. Immediately communicate your purpose, with clarity and an inviting tone.

  2. A simple, clear menu that organizes the pages of the site, with the most important first. 

  3. Contact details in the header and footer, or a live chat so that people can get help quickly.

  4. Enough information to help your visitor understand what service you are offering.

  5. A layout focused on ease of use, and ease of reading.
     

Having an attractive and user friendly website helps ​to keep people interested in your website and stay in your website for more than a second. All this will eventually show results on your SEO analytics- meaning, by keeping people on your website for a longer time and clicking on many pages rather than one, will help you to eventually get in a better place on search engines. 

 

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Updated JUNE 2020

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