Miles Bullock

Miles Bullock

The Importance Of A Good Website.

We have helped many Isle Of Wight businesses with our Web design services, this blog will help you understand the importance of a good website.

Don’t just take my word have a look at the below statistics.

2020 Online Spending habits

  • Number of internet users in 2020 reaches 61.1m
  • Smart phone usage climbed by 46%
  • Google Keywords had the biggest growth ever recorded in 2020
  • £688.bn worth of E-commerce sales recorded in 2018

UK ranked third in the EU for recent internet use in 2018

In 2018, of all adults aged 16 to 74 years, 95% were recent internet users.

Figure 6 shows how the UK compares with other EU countries in internet use, ranking third out of all EU countries. The UK was 10 percentage points above the EU average of 85%. Only Denmark and Luxembourg had higher proportions, at 98% and 97% respectively.

International comparisons have been performed using 2018 data, as international data are not currently available for 2019 at the time of publication.

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How do you improve your online presence?

  1. Research your competitors.

    Google is your most powerful tool when it comes to research, take five of your local competitors and visit their website.

  2. Figure out your budget.

    Website design and development can be costly, taking shortcuts will lead to a poorly built website. You need to look at your website as an investment after all if done correctly your online rankings and income can skyrocket.

    We suggest that you should not spend under £1,000 on a website, for a comparison we have listed all our prices on this page https://dataviu.co.uk/website-design.

  3. Find the right company.

    Unless you have good technical, design and SEO knowledge you should outsource the work to a credited design and development agency.

    Look at local search results, ask friends or business partners and make sure that your choice can provide you with a portfolio of work, we have helped many local businesses on the Isle Of Wight succeed with our Website design packages should you wish to find out more about how we could help you get in touch with us today https://dataviu.co.uk/free-website-design-price.

Website Design

Website Design

The design of your website is the most important part, users should be able to find the information that they are looking for and not getting lost on other pages.

We always design a website with UX/UI in mind our websites have proven track records of increased sales and lead generation all due to the user’s experience.

SEO is also a big part of how a website should be designed, you need to ensure that the right content is in the correct place, call to actions should be sharp and quick nothing too heavy on the users eye.

Take the below website for an example, we ensured that the layout of the website maximised sales by using very simple trends, subtle call to actions, clean fonts and a clear navigation menu.

Follow this link to find out more about our website design services https://dataviu.co.uk/website-design

Acaciabay website
https://www.acaciabayiow.co.uk

Website Development

When developing a website every developer needs to stick to these 10 rules:

  • Clean Code.
  • SEO Friendly.
  • Quick Page Load.
  • H1-H6 Tag Placements.
  • Image Sizes.
  • Accessibility.
  • Security.
  • Future Support.
  • UI/UX.
  • Readability.

You can find plenty of website builders or you may decide to have your website developed using custom code.

we build most of our websites on WordPress the industry-standard tool. It provides complete custom design solutions, clean code (if done correctly), great user support and easy back end management.

To find out more about our website development services follow this link https://dataviu.co.uk/website-design.

Want to use our Services?

Give us a call on 01982 611424

Email us hello@dataviu.co.uk

come visit our Webstore

21, Union Street, Ryde, Isle Of Wight, PO33 2TD.

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