85% of adults think that a company’s website when viewed on a mobile device should be as good or better than its desktop website. In fact, mobile accounts for approximately half of web traffic worldwide. Therefore, everything we design works on any device. Whether customers use a desktop, tablet, or mobile phone, your website will work responsively, quickly and effectively on all platforms to ensure the best click through rate and engagement possible.
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We don’t need to tell you just how important your website is in helping your business meet its goals and objectives, while building up a solid client base. The act of website management involves updating software, website hosting, data backup and software development. It can also include building your site’s SEO, carrying out visitor analysis, and developing bespoke content strategies to build your brand and reach bigger audiences.
Whatever your website was set up to do — whether it’s to gain sales, reach new people or provide good quality content — a website manager will look after the nuts and bolts to make sure your website performs and delivers in exactly the way it’s supposed to.
If you were to hire a UK website manager to join your team, you would be looking at a salary of around £30k+. For a web agency, you’ll probably be paying around £500 per month. However, this does depend on the technicalities of the job.
It all depends on the requirements but to carry out effective website maintenance, a web agency could charge anything from £200 per month to thousands of pounds.
Generally speaking; hosting, software updates and backups. Website maintenance may also include SEO services and content marketing.
It’s very rare to find a website that doesn’t need some sort of maintenance. If your site has a content management system (CMS) then at a minimum, you’ll need to regularly update it and ensure it’s backed up. Otherwise you could run into some serious issues further down the line.
A website is what tells your customer what your brand or business is all about. It offers instant information about your services or organisation, and helps you achieve your goals and objectives — however ambitious they may be. Therefore, keeping your site up to date is so important.
This really does depend on how large or complex your website actually is. If you’re simply paying for hosting, your costs will be relatively cheap. However, if you’re regularly building your content then you should expect to pay more. Agencies generally charge around £500 to £5,000 per month.
CMS means content management system. It’s basically a piece of software that helps make managing a website simple. You don’t need any coding knowledge of experience to use it, so it’s a great tool for beginners. To put it into context, WordPress is the most popular CMS.