In the website design world, form follows function. Your web presence is an important indication of your business type and service area, but that is just the tip of the iceberg. It augments the public image of your company and serves as a marketing opportunity. It brings customers to you, and helps them to understand your business. While all of these statements are true for good websites, poor quality websites actually serve to detract from the image of a company. It is more important than ever before to establish and maintain a professional web presence as more and more of the world becomes computerized.
CMGeeks will take the complexity out of website design. Every new project begins with a free consultation to negotiate project scope and pricing. Projects are generally completed at a fixed project rate, but an hourly rate is applied if the scope of a project cannot be well defined in advance.
CMGeeks offers an online web portfolio of some of our past projects.
Websites are useful for your current clients and new referrals. But wouldn't it be better if people from your area could find you on their own? That is exactly what search engine optimization is all about.
There are a lot of myths, even in the technical world, circulating about SEO to-do's and not-to-do's. Business owners invest large sums of money tuning latest-and-greatest SEO 'tactics', trying to manipulate the search indexes. This used to be quite effective, but those days are gone. There is no substitute for hard work and legitimate promotion, anything less will be flagged and potentially hurt search ranking.
It is difficult just to keep up with the changes in the SEO world. That is why it makes sense to trust CMGeeks with all of your SEO needs. After all, we get paid to monitor Google blogs and undergo training programs geared towards proper search engine optimization that will increase not only page rank, but also click-through rate and time on page.
Is your website mobile-friendly? Try Google's Mobile-Friendly Test to find out. After Google's algorithm update in April of 2015 referred to as Mobilegeddon, search engine ranking became partially dependent on support for mobile devices.
Even if your site design does not support small-screen devices, we can extend your current design structure to support all screen sizes, from desktops to tablets and cell phones. Through the use of media queries and other clever CSS modifications, we can take your fixed-width layout and convert it into a fully mobile-capable design. We define page rules for various screen size ranges that allow content on the page to resize and reposition itself dynamically.
Now that cell networks are lightning fast and phones have better screen resolution and browser support, the percentage of mobile traffic to your website is likely much higher than it was in the past. Your website should deliver a consistent look and feel to your audience no matter what device a person is using to maximize conversion rates and sales.
Why pay an hourly rate for a consultant to type page content, or to make a simple update that you would rather do yourself? Look no further with CMGeek's portable content management system, allowing you to safely modify the page content of your website without an hourly rate attached.
Do you have a company email address using your website domain name? If you do, we can integrate your email with Google so you do not have to reconfigure your address if you change web hosting providers. If you do not have a company email address, we will bring your business to the next level by issuing company email addresses and integrating them with your current email client.
Are you unhappy with your current web host and/or design team? If you have outgrown your current web service provider, or simply looking to start fresh, CMGeeks will recover your website and restore your service with a new provider if necessary. Transfers can often result in downtime if not performed properly, but are seamless for the professional staff at CMGeeks. This means that you will not lose any email or see your website and/or web services go down during a server change.