What our clients ask quite often
Complexity, number of pages, required functionalities, complexity of web design. Generally speaking, a really simple brochure website (one page layout) could cost £300, however, it’s a neat but really simple one. The cost of a simple but ‘proper’ website starts from £600-£800. See our ‘website price calculator’ page.
Yes, to a certain extent but not everything, of course.
If you have a Wordpress site, there are many options: You can edit all of your content as well as menu, footer, home page slider - pretty much everything. However, our experience is that it’s not always the best idea. If you are techy you could find easy to edit all sections of your website, but be careful: You should know exactly what you do. You won’t cause any damage by adding a new blog post or re-writing the wording on a page. But when it comes to further editing - eg. images, changing font size, adding special formatting or just changing font colour, it’s almost sure that you won’t follow the best required practices. As a result, your page will be either slower or less optimised. You could say: “I didn’t notice any changes in speed.” You are quite right: This change was just a minor one. But if you do it regularly your site could be slower and slower. In this case the website’s UX level could drop and slowly but surely it will cause a negative impact on your business as well as on your SEO.
As for a custom website editable sections will depend on your needs.
Yes and no - it depends. Firstly you need to understand what SEO is about. We always do our best to build a fast,
and technically optimised website. However, a successful SEO is much more than just ‘setting it up’: The content,
your content’s length, website structure, link structure, usage of language, readability, length of paragraphs and
sentences - all these have an impact on your search position - just to mention a few things apart from the technical bits.
Hundreds and thousands of websites write SEO advice. Honestly, they are really good. The problem is that mostly are quite difficult to understand for an ‘average’ business owner.
We really want you to understand what your role is in a successful SEO process. As such, we created this page about SEO which contains only those bits information what we think you need to know. Have a look at our SEO checklist too.
Is your website newly launched? If yes, of course you can’t find it in any search engine.
What many people don’t know is that when you search, the search result doesn’t show the ‘live’ internet. The list you see is the ‘stored’ data coming from the search engine company’s web server. If your website has just been launched, it won’t come up the next day, of course, because Google (DuckDuckGo, Yahoo, Bing, etc.) haven’t found and stored your new website yet.
Is your website relatively ‘old’ and you still can’t find it?
There could be loads of reasons why it doesn’t come up in search engines. You can find out what the problem is either yourself trying any website analysis website (free or non-free options are also available). Alternatively, contact us for a free SEO analysis.
Let’s start with the most important fact: SEO is not just a ‘setting’. There’s no such thing as ‘bullet-proof’
approach. There are guidelines, best practices and methods, but it’s a ‘long-ball-game’ where you don’t
know when and how you achieve what you wish.
Given that it’s not an exact fact how much work is needed to get better results, the cost depends on
how competitive your keyword (and your business) is. Sometimes it’s quite easy to achieve a result,
other times it takes months. The cost could be quite low (a few hundred pounds) if your key phrase
is ‘special’, but could cost quite a lot more, if your business area is fully packed with competitors.
That’s why it’s impossible to say its cost in general. You could find many different
SEO analysis websites eg., this or this.
If you find difficult to understand the result of the analysis or need help with SEO ask for help here.