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Frequently Asked Questions & Popular Topics
We try to answer some common questions. If you want to ask a question, go for it!
Should I have a .com or a .co.uk?
If you are doing business in the UK then go for a .co.uk domain. If you are wanting to do business Internationally or want to develop an International brand then go for a .com
I have heard of WordPress, but there are two of them? Which one do I need?
They are essentially the same thing, however, the one that we use is WordPress.org.
DON’T go for a WordPress.com option. It will only bite you in the ass in the long run.
I can make a Wix website, why would I use you?
Ah the ” I can make a site using Wix” comment. If you want to, go for it. We personally don’t like it for a load of reasons. The biggest two are
1) If you make it in Wix….it belongs to Wix.
2)What happens if Wix closes?
3) Not the greatest with regards to SEO.
This image sums up our feelings about Wix.
How much is a website?
A HUGE question. Let’s be real here. If you look hard enough you could probably get a website made for £10. I mean, it will be more than likely rubbish, but we are proving a point here.
The way you should look at it is, “How much money could a website bring in?”
How much is a click worth if a service you provide is £500 for example?
With this in mind, we charge from £499. But if your budget doesn’t reach that far email us and we can see what we can do to get you online.
Can you guarantee first place rankings in Google?
But then anybody who says they can are telling porkies.
We can do our best to make sure that anything we build is Google friendly, but then anything after that takes time and commitment.
We can do this, and that service will be coming soon.