29 April 2020
With most of the countries in the world resorting to heavy lockdown measures to contain the crisis, the digital world is the only thing that is keeping everyone connected and helping businesses survive. If you have a website, now is the time to make the most of it. With the right strategies in place, your website can be advertised in front of the right audience that will most likely be converted into sales.
Applying altered SEO strategies to suit the current situation is one such solution. A web agency will try and get your website in front of the audience relevant to your business. The web is a huge ocean of data. Social media platforms and search engines like Google have details and demographics of many of its users. This data can be legitimately used to orientate your website towards the target audience.
The Covid situation is having a dramatic effect on consumer intent and search behaviour. Consumer mobility, budgets, media consumption habits, and needs have been greatly impacted. With the lockdown status of several countries, social media is thriving, and this presents a great opportunity that can be made use of during this time.
What we can do for you is help your digital presence adjust to the changing circumstances with altered digital marketing and SEO campaigns so as to strategically alleviate the risk. If you are still actively continuing your business online during the current situation, we can help you make the most of it.
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In addition to our website design services we also offer responsive web design services and ecommerce web development services. We also offer website and email hosting, email newsletter service and 24/7 support. Our web site search engine optimisation (SEO) services ensure your site has the best possible chance of being seen in the organic listings of search engines.
Whilst many of our happy clients are local in places such as Billingshurst, Petworth, Horsham, Crawley, Midhurst, Brighton and Worthing, most are scattered throughout the UK and many are worldwide in places such as Geneva, New Zealand and France.