SARG Website Redesign – Coming Soon

SARG Not For Profit Web Design Mildura
SARG Not For Profit Web Design Mildura

SARG Website Redesign – Coming Soon

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We partnered with Unique Kitchens and Joinery to create a modern, bright and simple website experience, one that both exites and delights their website visitors.

Telling the brand story

Unique Kitchens & Joinery are a young and vibrant team, full of energy and drive and we wanted to bring that feeling to the website. They create beautiful kitchens, bathrooms, living areas, outdoor areas, robes and laundries, along with a few other services.

UKJ Web Design by Build Digital Growth
UKJ Custom Website Design

Creative approach

The branding of UKJ is quite dark, being a solid orange on a dark blue background, our creative strategy surrounding the design of the website was to utilise this to our advantage and to deliver their branding message. We also wanted the website design to be bright, clean and simple so the user could find what they wanted with a single click.

Unique Kitchen & Joinery Website Design

Development approach

The approach to developing the website was to create interactive elements on the website through hover effects, bright buttons  and images that move on scroll. We also had the idea of utilising video to engage the website visitor as soon as they visited the website, video is by far one of the best ways today to engage the web audience.

The UKJ team also needed an online booking system to syncronise with their teams calendar, this allowed people to only book on days and times they had set available. This integration instantly brought in a flood of online bookings upon launching the website and reduced their phone calls significantly.

Tasco Petroleum Website Redesign

Tasco Petroleum Web Design Mildura

Tasco Petroleum Website Redesign

Tasco Petroleum Web Design Mildura
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Station & Depot  Locator

Online Application Forms

Photography

Tasco Petroleum were seeking a creative agency to help redesign and help bring their brand into the modern age.

Tasco Mildura Web Design

Telling the brand story

Tasco Petroleum have been supplying quality fuels and lubricants for over 60 years throughout regional Australia. Upon receiving the brief to redesign the Tasco website, it was clear from the beginning there was a lot of history which came with. We needed to tell that history in a new and fresh website that was easy for visitors to navigate and display Tasco Petroleum as a quality fuel and lubricant provider.

Website Design for Tasco Petroleum located in Mildura
Tasco Petroleum Website Design

Creative approach

The Tasco Petroleum branding is actually a very modern and bright style, considering with the age of the company they have kept their branding up-to-date and turning that brand into a beautiful looking website made it so much easier.

The website needed to be quite compact and easy to navigate through, as it was a requirement to keep everything short and sweet.

Although the branding utilises a lot of blue, we decided to not over dilute the website with too much as it would become a mess. to remedy this the blue was only used on certain areas such as buttons. The same can be said for text and button links, the red was used in scarcity as it was quite a bright red.

Mobile Responsive Website Design for Tasco Petroleum

Development approach

The website was quite a straightforward build as the Tasco Petroleum team were amazing at partnering with the process to provide website photography and imagery, which is a common roadblock in website projects.

The most challenging aspect or time consuming was the creation and implementation of the station locator which involved a significant amount of hours inputting data. However the end result was a very easy to navigate Google Map where you can search for your nearest depot or petrol station.

#TEAMSMART Website Redesign

Rowena Smart eCommerce Web Design Mildura
Rowena Smart eCommerce Web Design Mildura

#TEAMSMART Website Redesign

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Member’s Portal

Payment Gateway Integration

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Rowena Smart is a health and fitness coach providing coaching programs, subscriptions, online products and eBooks to women all across Australia and overseas.

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"Love my new website, it's so clean, fresh & streamline. The Build Digital Growth team went the extra mile to get my member's site running effectively and reduced my admin time by half. The post-launch attention has also been outstanding anything that's needed changing or explained has been done so in a fast & effective manner."
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Rowena Smart

Telling the brand story

Rowena Smart or (#TEAMSMART) helps women get into shape and discover healthy ways of eating, managing their macros while still being able to enjoy their little secrets, providing different levels of serious coaching (by serious we mean she will push you to your absolute limits and doesnt take no for an answer). Rowena backs her brand by being a competitor in the industry aswell, competing at the highest level and even training women to get their aswell.

Creative approach

The branding for Rowena Smart involved a lot of bright pastel colours, add into that some modeling imagery and you have a very striking website design aimed at women looking for fitness coaching and healthy eating. When designing the website, our strategy was to put maximum emphasis on easy ways to signup for coaching or areas where you can find out more about what that program may involve.

The ability to have each coaching page tell it’s own story, allows Rowena to connect with women depending on where they are in their fitness journey, if theyre beginners then the Smart Start Program would be perfect for them to see if Rowena is a good fit for them.

Development approach

Overall the website development for the Rowena Smart website was quite a breeze, the biggest consumer of strategy and time apart from the user experience was the members area which involved a few meetings of strategising, approvals and testing. The development also involved a lot of unique bright functionalities such as buttons, hover effects and cropped images to give the web visitor a wow factor.

A guide to Google My Business in 2019

Optimise your Google My Business

A guide to Google My Business in 2019

Optimise your Google My Business
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Google My Business (GMB) is the successor to Google Places and was launched in 2014. Since then, local businesses have been using it to extend their reach in local search and connect with new customers. It features an extended functionality of the Google Places program, giving you control over how your business appears on Google properties like Search and Maps.

How a Google My Business Listing Can Help You

If you are a new player in local SEO, creating and optimising a Google My Business (GMB) listing is a smart move. It can help improve your visibility and effectively showcase your brand to the local market. With a GMB listing, your business will show up when consumers search for “near me” or “close by” searches which have grown more than 900% in over two years time. What’s more? 50% of those searches end up in a store visit. In terms of local mobile searches, an in-store or online purchase results 78% of the time.

These numbers show that when consumers search for a local service, they have already made up their mind about buying and are just looking around for the best provider of the product or service they are searching for. GMB helps you be one of their top choices.

What a GMB Listing Does

When you create a listing with Google My Business, maximise its use and take complete control over the visibility of your business name, business locations, and operating hours. Doing so ensures three things:

  • You make your business visible and make it show up in relevant local searches.
  • You present your brand effectively with a high-quality listing drawing more customers to you.
  • Your business is easy to find and contact in GPS systems using the information you provide such as phone or email.

What’s more? GMB allows you to keep track of customer reviews and respond to them, add photos of your products, and learn more about how people are searching for your business. You end up not just being visible but learn how to be competitive with other business in your area and stand out from them.

The Cost of Google My Business

Surprise! Google My Business is free of charge. Yes, you heard it right. All you have to do is create an account and verify your information to get started. Then, you can regularly update your information as you go along, optimising your profile to draw in more customers and see where you stand in local search. Want to advertise? You can use Google Ads to promote your products or services and increase their visibility in Google Search.

8 Easy Steps to Creating Your Free Google My Business Listing

Now let’s get started and create your very own Google My Business listings in 8 easy steps. You can always verify and edit it later on.

Step 1.

Log in to your existing Google account – Create your GMB listing using your existing Google account which will have administrator rights over the listing moving forward. Make sure that your account recovery and security measures including two-factor authentication are in place so you can always retrieve your account in case anything goes wrong. Recovering a breached Google account is a complicated process and you don’t want to go through that.

Step 2.

Go to the Google My Business page – Once you’re on the GMB page, look for the “Manage now” button at the upper right-hand corner and click it. You can also log in to your Google account here if you haven’t done so. You will then be taken to a new page where you will be asked to input the details of your business.

Step 3.

Create your account and input your business name – If you have a Google My Places listing, a drop-down menu will show and let you select your previously enrolled business name.

Step 4.

Input the details of your location – Here, you will provide the physical location of your business, if any. If you click “Yes,” the “Next” button will take you to another page where you’ll be asked to provide your business address. Make sure it’s an accurate one so that searchers can easily locate you.

Step 5.

Inform Google all the locations your service covers – If you provide home services such as pest control, home cleaning, and appliance repair or services requiring no specific location such as car towing, emergency car lockout services, and shuttle services, make sure you input all the areas you cover so you don’t miss out on search queries that would otherwise be applicable to you.

Step 6.

Choose your business category – On the business category page, make sure you choose the right option so that Google can sort your business and show it for relevant industry searches.

Step 7.

Input your business’ contact details – Here, you provide your business phone number and website address. Don’t have a website? Google can provide you with a free, basic auto-generated website.

Step 8.

Ensure the correctness of your details and submit – Click “Finish” to submit when done. You can always go back and edit your information anytime.

Ways to Verify Your GMB Listing Information

There are several ways in which Google can verify all the information in your Google My Business listing. These are:

  • By postcard – Wouldn’t it be nice to receive a postcard via snail mail? Google can verify your GMB through this method. You just have to provide an address, typically your business address, where they can send it to you. It should arrive 4 to 5 days after your request, and once you receive it, follow the instructions and use the verification code included therein to complete the task. If the postcard never arrives or you misplaced it, you can always request for a new one in your Google My Business account.
  • By phone/text – This is way faster than the postcard method but unfortunately, not all businesses are eligible for phone/text verification. However, if you qualify, then you’ll be in the system in a matter of minutes. To do this, log into your GMB account and select verification by phone. You’ll receive a verification code and instructions via text message to complete the task.
  • By email – Again, not all businesses are eligible for email verification. If you are, log into your GMB account and select the “Verify by email” option. You’ll receive an email with a verification button that will take you to the verification page.
  • Bulk multi-location verification – Service businesses that handle customers in multiple locations and agencies attempting to verify locations for different businesses are not eligible for GMB bulk multi-location verification.
  • The verification process for companies and franchises with more than ten locations can be time-consuming and may lead to listing mistakes which not good for the business nor Google. A filled out verification form with the business name, country, operation locations, contact names, and company information is required for this. A Google Account Manager should also be accessible to help in the process. Need more information about bulk verification in Google My Business? Read Google’s help document.

How to Optimise Your Google My Business Listing

Optimising your Google My Business listing is very important if you want to attract more customers. It will help you show up first in search engine results pages (SERPs) since you will become a business that Google tends to recommend.

How do you start? Log in to your GMB account and click the “Info” button from the sidebar. Input as much information as you can for your customers. These include:

  • A profile photo for your business
  • Your service area
  • Your operating hours
  • Your phone number
  • Calendar and holiday information
  • The year your business was established
  • Your website URL
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wi-fi access

Providing your information establishes your credibility thus helping potential customers make the decision to eventually choose you.

Your Google My Business Photos

The photo you display on your Google My Business listing plays a big part in its optimisation. It also creates a first impression with new customers, so it is important that you choose your photos wisely and appropriately. Now, let’s discuss the different photos that are required from you:

  • Your Google My Business cover photo – Your GMB cover photo is the largest and most important photo that shows up in your listing. It is also the most visible to customers who are checking out your business. To be effective, it should accurately show a picture of your location, product, or service.
  • Google My Business profile photo – Your GMB profile photo shows up next to your business name whenever you upload a new photo, respond to a review, and share a new post. Most companies usually use their logo for their GMB profile photo, which you can also do.
  • Other photos – Uploading as many photos as you’d like to your GMB account can help would-be customers understand your business better. You can upload photos of your place of business, your products, your team delivering your service, and your satisfied customers with your product. These are very helpful in helping you connect with new customers.

Your Google My Business Photos

You can also upload videos to your GMB listing. To ensure that your uploads go without a glitch, keep these in mind:

  • It must be 30 seconds or shorter.
  • It must be 100 MB in size or smaller.
  • It must be 720p in resolution or higher.
Short business introductions and descriptions of your product or service are also a great way to introduce interested local customers to your business and help you stand out from the competition.

Google My Business Reviews

Google My Business allows you to monitor and respond to reviews from your customers. Whether positive or negative, responding to reviews in a professional manner can help establish a connection, especially with satisfied customers. This section is one of the first places that potential customers go through to learn more about your business and read what others have to say about your business so make sure to display professionalism all the time.

A Powerful Local SEO Tool

Google My Business is an easy-to-set-up and powerful tool for local businesses. Aside from being able to display eye-catching photos and videos, it gives them the ability to communicate with their customers and build bridges. Make sure to utilise this tool to the fullest by keeping your information up to date and Google will do the rest.

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Why Growth-Driven Website Designs are Better Than Traditional Ones

Growth-Driven Website Design

Why Growth-Driven Website Designs are Better Than Traditional Ones

Growth-Driven Website Design

Designing a website takes a lot of work. You have to invest around 1-3 months of your time and about $15,000 to $80,000 for it.

However, there is an approach that will cut down on these two without sacrificing functionality and performance and that is by using growth-driven web design.

What is growth-driven design?

Growth-driven design (GDD) is a systematic website design and maintenance approach that helps in minimising the risks of traditional web design. This shortens the time to launch the website by focusing on the actual impact as well as continuous learning and improvement.

With the growth-driven design, you’ll be able to launch your website in as short as one month. Once it goes live, real-time and ongoing data analysis on how the website is performing is then fed back into the website in regular sprints, which is based on actual users. This means the website is constantly improving and continuously adapting to current conditions and markets.

Advantages of growth-driven website

Using a growth-driven design will let you enjoy the following benefits:

  • Minimise the risks of late delivery and blown-out costs
  • Produce better results through learning and continuous improvement
  • Promotes collaboration between departments, particularly sales and marketing
  • Flexible and responsive to changes in trends.
  • Requires less time to launch
  • The cost can be paid in monthly increments rather than upfront.
  • Data-driven functionality allows you to continuously improve your website and track ROI.
  • Capable of informing you how users behave which is helpful in improving marketing and sales strategies
  • Learnings and insights gained from other campaigns can be applied to the website almost immediately to help facilitate collaboration between departments.
  • Gives you an amazing website that puts you ahead of your competitors

The stages of growth-driven design

GDD undergoes three stages namely Strategy, Launch Pad, and Continuous Improvement. Here is an in-depth view of each stage:

1. Strategy stage

During this stage, you set out your objectives and create your buyer personas which includes customer demographics, behaviour patterns, motivations, and goals. This will help you in understanding your users’ motivations and pain points which is crucial in setting a solid foundation for your website.

For existing websites, a detailed audit needs to be undertaken to get key information about where your users are coming from, how they are interacting with your site, and why they’re engaging or heading elsewhere.

Once you have all this information, perform the Pareto Principle and make an 80/20 analysis of every feature and function you want the website to have. 20% of these must deliver 80% of the impact you desire. It is also important that you prioritise your website needs and set the wants aside, at least until the next monthly sprint cycle.

2. Launch pad stage

The launch pad is typically the final step in the traditional website design process but with the GDD, this is the stage where you begin the standard work. What do you perform here?
  • Design the content and messages
  • Construct the information architecture
  • COme up with the wireframe and design
  • Start the programming and development
  • Perform simple UX testing
The goal at this stage is to create a highly functioning website in a relatively short amount of time and quickly launch it. Once you get the site into users’ hands, you can start monitoring the performance of the site, look at the organic traffic, heatmaps, and bounce rates. With this data, you can immediately make updates based on initial user feedback.

3. Continuous improvement stage

This is the stage where you start turning all the user data into updates and your website into a lead-converting machine. It is done in monthly sprint cycles making GDD different from traditional website design.

The four steps in the monthly sprint cycle

The monthly sprint cycle goes through four steps. These include:

1. Planning

In this cycle, you compare your performance against the goals you outlined in Stage 1. It might be the right time to initiate the wants you previously identified in the strategy stage. It is also a good idea to consult with marketing and sales to see if there are any new learnings that could be applied on the website.

2. Building

Here, you put your plan into effect. Make sure to set up validation tracking codes so you can measure success metrics, and develop marketing campaigns to drive traffic to the new pages and features.

3. Learning

Here’s where you track if the changes you applied achieved your desired effect. It will then help you learn more about your user and confirm your hypotheses.

3. Transfering

In order to ensure that the entire organisation is on the same page, you need to transfer everything you have learned to them especially to the sales and marketing team.

Your website is the most important marketing and sales tool that you have. Making use of the growth-driven design approach will easily bring you to the next level and help you achieve your goals.

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6 Useful Tips for Redesigning a Website While Maintaining Its SEO Ranking

Keep your SEO rank with a website redesign

6 Useful Tips for Redesigning a Website While Maintaining Its SEO Ranking

Keep your SEO rank with a website redesign

If your website has been up and running for a few years now, chances are, you need to have it redesigned. Why? It could be that your marketing strategies have changed or you need to give your website a makeover to stay ahead of your competitors.

Planning for Success

Redesigning your website or migrating to a new content management system (CMS) takes a lot of planning. You’ve got to be careful not to damage your current SEO ranking which you spent years working on. Here are six tips to help you update your website without hurting its structure.

1. Make an inventory of your current site

Taking snapshots of what your site and ranks look like before the big change will provide helpful reference points, helping you evaluate the updated one once it’s launched.

What do you need to do?

  • Take note of your present SEO rank – Review the current rankings of your pages utilizing Google Analytics and take note of the keywords you used.
  • Crawl your existing site – This allows you to see the layout of your current site and get hold of the structure, meta description, current URLs, and title tags. You can then match your new site with the old one. How do you do that? You have the option to use Screaming Frog for this.
  • Verify your blocked content – Using your Robots.txt and/or Google Search Console, you can verify your blocked content and go back and make sure that they remain as is after the redesign.

2. Don’t make any drastic changes to your content

Keep your content the same by making minimal changes if needed. The title tag, meta description, URL, and the H1 – H6 should remain the same as much as possible. Why? They are the most crawled areas and if they are already ranking on Google, don’t mess with them.

3. Keep the website structure similar

Since you are trying to protect your ranking, keeping the architecture of your site close to similar with the old one will help search engines recognize it just like before. It’s okay to organize your navigation and files differently to keep up with your new website strategy and goals but make sure the structure stays the same. This also helps your existing visitors adapt to the new site seamlessly.

4. Keep your existing pages alive by creating 301 redirects

What’s a 301 redirect? It simply informs search engines the permanent moving of a web page from one location to another. Implementing 301 redirects will make sure you don’t kill your traffic and retain your pages especially those that are doing well. Do this by keeping an organized list of your old page URLs and new page URLs which will be useful when it comes to importing the 301s into HubSpot’s URL Mapping tool, or your WordPress 301 Redirect Plugin.

5. Keep your new site blocked from search engines in the staging process

The staging environment is a duplicate of your live website and acts as a testing ground. It allows you to have a full working site that can be tested for issues before launch.

During this stage, it is important that the new site is blocked so that search engines won’t index duplicate content. To do this on HubSpot, put the “No Index, No Follow” code in the Global HTML Header in Content Settings under the specific staging domain. For WordPress, simply go to the settings tab and click the “Discourage search engines from indexing this site.”

Now let’s go back to the staging process. If you’re a HubSpot user, you can approach it in two ways:

  • For new sites, simply go to the Website Pages Add-On and create all the pages you need. You can find useful staging domains here which can go live and functional once you’re ready.
  • If you already have an existing site in HubSpot, go to the Website Content Staging area, set up a brand new page or clone existing pages, and push live to the staging environment.

If you’re a WordPress user, the staging environment can be created depending on where your site is hosted. If you use WP Engine, it’s an easy one-step push of a button and your live site is cloned and set to the staging environment.

6. Make sure to double-check everything in the staging process

Once you’ve got everything built in the staging environment, run the Screaming Frog and make sure all the H1 & H2 tags, title tags, and meta descriptions aren’t missing or have duplicates. In case you missed it, the Screaming Frog is a small desktop program compatible with PC or Mac and crawls websites’ links, images, CSS, script, and apps and fetch important elements that are used in analysing and auditing technical and onsite SEO. If everything is in place, then you are ready to go live.

Planning for Success

Yes, you’ve done a great job in the staging process and have successfully launched your new website but the work ain’t done. There are still a few tweaks you need to do:

  1. Remove the “No Index, No Follow” tag.
  2. Import and check your 301 redirects, making sure they are going the right path.
  3. Check if schema.org tags are still implemented.
  4. Check if the tracking codes are all still up and running.
  5. Re-run the broken link checker.
  6. Re-submit sitemap to Google Search Console.
  7. Check on the number of pages indexed in Google to ensure no pages are dropped. Also track impressions and clicks, and track your rankings.

With everything in place and double-checked, all you have to do is monitor your ranking constantly so you can get it back up if you did drop.

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What is the Cost of a Website Design or Redesign in 2019

Your 2019 Guide to the Cost of a Good Website Design or Redesign

What is the Cost of a Website Design or Redesign in 2019

Your 2019 Guide to the Cost of a Good Website Design or Redesign

In this day and age, a good website is a must-have for every business. It creates a powerful first impression and impacts how your audience perceives your brand.

To stand out from your competitors, your website should be fast and mobile-friendly, allowing customers and prospects to make quick decisions before making a purchase.

If you want to keep your leads on your page, you need a good web design.

The Cost of a Website Design

Your website is the central part of your inbound marketing strategy and the most important marketing tool you have.

A website design agency can charge $6,000 to $20,000 for a simple custom website design and $20,000 to $40,000 for more complicated, custom-built websites. There are also talented freelancers who prefer to work alone and charge a little less compared to an agency while providing you with a stellar website. Looking for the cheapest option? You can try your hand in designing your own website. However, It doesn’t stop there. Trends change and at one point in time, you need to redesign your website to keep up with your competitors.

How Much a Do-it-Yourself Website Costs

Building or redesigning your own website is the cheapest option which can cost you a few hundred dollars to more or less $3,000. The unforeseen expense here is the time and hassle required from you. However, if you’ve got the skills and the ability to code, then the odds are in your favour.

If you have a limited budget and want to start small, here are a few suggestions for D.I.Y. websites:

  • ThemeForest – ThemeForest lets you choose from a wide variety of website themes with varying functionality, performance, and ease of use. They will cost you around $30 to $100 and work well with WordPress. Make sure to choose a theme with plenty of positive reviews and doesn’t require technical skills for editing.
  • Genesis Framework by StudioPress – The Genesis Framework is not your average website back-end. This mobile-friendly and search engine optimized framework offers great themes and allows you to easily create content and edit the visual features of your WordPress website. The framework and theme will cost you around $100 to $130.
  • HubSpot’s Website Platform – HubSpot’s Website Platform features customizable themes as well as built-in features for SEO to content management. You can also test your design skills and build one from scratch using their drag-and-drop builder. If you want more custom features, you can always hire a developer to add them in. This platform costs $300 per month. 

The Importance of Content

Would you buy something if you can’t find anything that describes what the product is and what it does?

This is where content comes in. It is considered the most important part of a website redesign which also consumes a lot of time.

Building your website around your content is the ideal approach to a website redesign, not the other way around. The goal of your website is to persuade your buyers to avail of what you offer and that’s where your content goes to work.

If your prospects are not yet ready to buy but are doing some research or read blogs, you’ve got your content to thank for.

Content First, Design Later

Creating content for a website goes through a process. If you’re doing it yourself, first map out all of the pages you want your website to include before writing the actual content. This can help you pick out the best website theme that will suit your content strategy.

Although most freelance web designers can create content, most of them team up with a skilled copywriter do the specific work. Whether the content creator is sourced by you or your designer, make sure they are on the same page. You will also sleep better if you ask your designer to let you in the process of content creation.

Now, when it comes to an agency, content is already part of the redesign process and their experienced copywriters are just waiting for their queue to fill in all the work.

Why so High?

Back in the days when the Internet was still in the works, a website doesn’t do much for a business. Fast forward to the age of the Internet, a business cannot survive without a website. What’s behind the shift making the cost of a website redesign so high?

  • Supply and demand – One of the reasons why the cost of having a website redesigned has been increasing is because of supply and demand.
    In the past, running a successful business is not dependent on the Internet or a website. However, times have changed. Companies nowadays should be visible online and cannot be without a website. In fact, prior to launching, potential businesses first check on the availability of domain names and how the URL will look.

  • The process –  The techniques and tools in designing a website is constantly improving, making websites more advanced in the process. Although it does make a D.I.Y. website easier to design, there’s more to it than meets the eye. Every good designer knows that they should be ready to cope with the evolving digital landscape and be on the lookout for innovation. Let’s take for example the importance of a mobile-friendly website. Good designers have foreseen that the introduction and success of the iPhone would make an impact on how people navigate websites. Back then, mobile design was a complex and expensive feature and both designers and clients tend to avoid it. However, when Google suddenly raised its standards by allowing its search algorithms to show preference to mobile-friendly websites, everything went boom.

Working Round the Clock

A good website is like the perfect employee who tirelessly does all the work for you even while you sleep or go on a holiday. It does a great job consistently, using the tools that you’ve provided. All you have to do is find the agency that will give you this perfect employee. While it is true that humans play a vital role in a business, you need to pay them month after month, year after year.

A well-designed website is always on call, on all corners of the world, helping you rack up those sales asking for nothing in return but professional design.

Make inbound marketing work for you and invest in a professional website that is innovation and future-ready.

General FAQ

How much does a website cost?

A website can cost anywhere from $1,500 - $6,000 for a start-up business, to $8,000 - $80,000 for an established business. The cost of a startup business is cheaper because we use ready-made website templates, all we do is add in your content and photography. A custom website for established businesses involves a well-thought out strategy, wireframes, designs, development, plugins and man-hours to deliver a well-thought money-making lead machine.

What is the future of website costs?

The online world is ever-changing and so do the methods involved in building websites, the strategies required, the time needed to deliver a websites and the technology that goes into the structure of a website.

What if I cant afford a website?

Luckily technology has advanced enough in today's modern age to allow businesses an easier method of being able to afford a website redesign. The current shift in payment methods has moved towards a subscription based model, this makes it affordable for both business owner and brings in a steady stream of income for the website designer.

How do I know when I need a new website?

The average life-span of a website is always changing, with advancements in technology and trends it is almost impossible to keep up.

Things to look for are:

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  • Is your website converting leads, generating enquiries or making sales?
  • Do your services represent your business today?
  • Is your website aethetically pleasing?
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MYO Sports

MYO Sports Health & Wellbeing Web Design Mildura

Web design for
MYO Sports

MYO Sports Mildura | Top Website Designer Build Digital Growth

Overview

MyoSports specialises in Clinical Myotherapy, Remedial Massage and Sports Therapies. To assist with the overall health and wellbeing in the treatment of sporting, occupational, recreational and lifestyle conditions.

Services

  • Unique Web Design
  • Online Store
  • Booking System Integration

Problems Faced

The original website was very out-dated and lacking a lot of new services, content and imagery. To solve this we revised the website pages to better depict the services offered by MYO Sports. New website content was also created to allow visitors to better understand what each service is and how to make a booking with the team at MYO Sports. New imagery was also needed to showcase the friendly staff and professional services they provide, while before there were a couple photos but nothing to use moving forward with.

Perceived & Delivered

  • The website design was given a complete overhaul, the design refresh allowed us to give the brand a brighter and more up-beat feel.
  • Photos involving people were used to help show the web visitor a friendly and inviting atmosphere.
  • Photos involving people were used to help show the web visitor a friendly and inviting atmosphere.

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Romany Bowen

Owner - MYO Sports