We often get asked the question "we want to build website but we can only afford something simple". Our answer is usually what do you want to achieve and how strong is your content. A strong performing website doesn't always mean spend more.
A good website should be a combination of both form and function. It should have a clear purpose whilst easy to use and navigate. It should be helpful to the user and therefore technically stable and secure.
In 2021 particularly, websites really are the only thing your customers may see. Having a credible, professional and engaging online presence requires work and patience. From the millions of websites out there, how can you stand out from the competition?
A good website grabs your attention, wakes up your emotions, and gives you easily what you need. At Digital Bridger we think of your website as the engine room where all your marketing spend, SEO and data analysis should circle around. Your website should be flexible so that your creativity is never restricted by technology, easy access for staff to update and adaptable for all social media platforms and ecommerce.
Website creativity should be an ongoing process, not limited by project deadlines. You can redesign the website flexibly to let those creative moments flow even after it’s built
Teams can collaborate and communicate through a central dashboard simultaneously. Levels of access and admin rights help manage a streamline process
Edit your website content anytime you want without hesitation of extra cost and lead time
Auto-fit tablet, phone or desktop versions of your site or manually amend each within teams simultaneously
Bridger's 8 Tips to having a website work for you:
Make sure your website is talking to search engines every day
Make sure your site is mobile friendly
Have relevant and user friendly content
Your site is easy to use and clear about who you are
Enhance viewers trust by making your site safe and secure
Enable your website to reap the full benefits of SEO
Know your audience by using a good CRM and CMS platform
Always look at your website from a customer point of view