FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES IN BROMLEY, KENT AND BEYOND
A good website will reflect your brand perfectly, ensure great user experience for site visitors and tell your customers all about you. What does this mean for you? It means more website visitors, more brand awareness and more leads! A good website is a powerful tool for a business.
At Make Me Local, we have a strong reputation for designing and building highly professional websites. We manage the project from beginning to end and keep you fully up to date, making sure you have a website you love at the end of the process. Our websites do everything you need them to do – and they look great as well. This is so important – 38% of people stop engaging with a website if it is unattractive.
Why do you need a
As a small business, a website is an invaluable tool. It presents your business to the world and is a way of attracting in new customers, showing them your professionalism and what you can offer.
Having a website built for your business is a bit like having an extension built for your house. It will build on what you already have, yet at the same time, it’s totally bespoke and will open up new possibilities.
A good website will:
- Present you professionally
- Be found on Google
- Help attract new business
- Make you known in your local area
- Support your overall marketing strategy
Web design for
Each of our website design projects follows a strict process for quality control – the sites we produce regularly exceed clients’ expectations.
What is included in a Make Me Local website?
Your site will be responsive, meaning it can be viewed equally well on any device (laptop, smartphone, tablet etc.) 60% of sales-related searches are now on mobile, so this is really important. (Source: Marler Haley)
You will have a professional photoshoot to showcase your business and make your website personal. You won’t pay a penny extra – it’s included in the price.
We create clear, compelling content and calls to action, encouraging your potential customers to take the next step and enquire.
Our project manager keeps in close contact with you throughout the design and build process – you always know how your project is progressing.
We don’t build you a website then leave you to work it out. Our dedicated client account manager is here to support you and update your site when required.
A website you own
Everything is yours – the website, the content and the photography. You aren’t tied into any restrictive contracts, because we do what is right for you.
Analytics and reports
We provide you with monthly reporting, so you can see how your customers are behaving on your website.
Our web design process
This is how a project with us will work:
Make contact with Make Me Local.
We come and meet you so we can understand your needs.
We create a proposal for your brand new website.
Your content arrives! Once you approve it, your website will be ready in 6 weeks’ time…
We get to work on your photoshoot, website design and development.
Ta da! We send you your beautiful new website.
Don’t worry, that’s not the end of the journey… our dedicated account manager will look after your website once it goes live.
from your web design experts
Meet Andrea, Head of Website Projects at Make Me Local – she’s responsible for making sure your website looks beautiful and functions perfectly.
“Never underestimate the power of photography! Professional photographs make you stand out from the crowd and really reflect your business’s personality. Photography is included in our website design and build process because we know just how important it is.”
Meet Lee, he looks after your website once it goes live.
“Websites need to be updated regularly to keep them fresh – for your customers and for Google. I will keep in close contact with you to find out about any updates.
Regular changes sent through by 2pm will be live within 72 working hours.”
We’re a local business too
We really understand what it’s like to be a small-to-medium-sized local business – because we are one! We are an active part of our community, working with other businesses, supporting charities and getting involved in local networks.