A successful website is about so much more than just great design. A well planned and well-executed website can work hard for you, 24/7, to drive business growth. Whether you’re looking to completely rebuild your website from scratch, or you’re just looking for a bit of an upgrade and a tidy-up, talk to us.
Even if all you’re thinking is “my website could be better, but I’m not sure where to start”, don’t worry – that’s what we’re here for. If you want more leads from new customers and more repeat business from your existing company base the answer is simple - you need a small business website.
Just having a website is not enough though. You need a website that works - one that is specifically designed for business lead generation and optimized for search engines like Google.
That's where the webshed comes in. Our team works with small and medium-sized businesses across New Zealand to develop an online presence that really works.
The Webshed team believes that small business is the backbone of the New Zealand economy and we want to help you prosper. If you want more leads from new customers and more repeat business from your existing company base the answer is simple - you need a small business website.
Website design incorporates not only what you can see but also many underlying features that are invisible. These elements are responsible for the performance and profile of every website. A lot of websites fare poorly because little care or attention has been been given to a few basic rules of good website design.
My new website delivers new jobs every month...and month after month. Really Happy i moved my website to webshed. A Great investment!
Greg, Christchurch Roofing
Firstly, websites must be attractive. Many professionally designed sites score very well in appearance and some highly talented people can produce fascinatingly good results. Often, so fascinating that you forget why you are visiting.
Secondly, websites must load quickly. This means that in under 10 seconds a good website should be fully functional. Far fewer professionally built sites score well on this point. With many websites groaning and lurching to usability in over a minute, most people will have simply moved on.
Thirdly, the invisible bits. Over 80% of professionally designed websites show a disturbing lack of skill in the area of design that is critical for website “findability”. At this, the most basic of requirements, many professional website designers are not so talented. If you are considering the possibility of having a website built, ask difficult questions about this third point especially. The most beautiful website in the world is worth little if no-one comes . . .