Are you definitely ready to get started?
We want this to be a project you rave about to your friends and colleagues.
For your website project to be a success, there are a few things you need to have.
If these things describe you, then you're probably ready to get started:
It's really helpful if you know what you want.
More than just design preferences, we need measurable goals that are important to you. Sales, leads, phone calls, subscribers... everyone's goals are different, and knowing yours will help us to hit them.
You must really care about this.
Building successful websites is hard work and nothing is sadder than an abandoned, derelict website. Our best clients are the ones who really care about their project.
You need to be able to invest in this.
Talking money can be awkward so we try to be very open about it. If you have clear goals, you'll have a much better idea of the time and money that would be sensible to invest to achieve them.
Are people interested in what you do?
If you have a following or audience already, perfect! If not, are you prepared to start to build one? This might mean blogging, social media and email marketing to get your message out.
Can you keep up with this?
We'll do the heavy lifting on your project. But will you be available when we need to plan your page content? And is your business ready for more enquiries, bookings or sales?
OK, we'll agree to be flexible on this one.
We find a good cup of coffee (several times a day) is essential to a successful website project. But if you're ticking the other five boxes on this page, we can let this one slide.
So... are you ready?
Hopefully this sounds like you. You're ready to put in the resources to make your new website beautiful and successful. You're already thinking about how it connects with your other outreach and marketing effort. If this is you, we might be right for each other.
But don't worry, we don't take on any clients who aren't ready. We want this to succeed as much as you do. So let's find out if we're a good fit by filling in a project application: