Freefly Multimedia Ltd
6 Waterloo Place
Tel: 01305 789854
Mob: 07518 359223
Email: Nick Stubbs
It has always been regarded that the garden shed is a “safe haven” for men, usually married men, in which they can tinker and faff about. I am using this folk-lore-of-sorts to try and explain the importance of website maintenance when it comes to your business presence online…
As a company owner or director, you should see your website as the main hub of activity away from your offline clients. Of course, real contact with real people in business can never be bettered but the next best thing, the gateway for new business or contact point for existing clients, should be your website…your “domain”.
Think of it as a storefront or shop window on the high street. Your homepage needs to be informative (what is its purpose?), inviting (makes you want to enter) and easy to navigate (find what you want quickly and easily). By following these and other guidelines, you should not only attract new customers, but keep the old ones coming back.
Also see your website as your garden shed, a place to tinker and try out new ideas. The beauty of the web as a marketing tool is that it brings instant results and feedback…both good and bad allowing you to tweak your business for optimum results.
Google, the behemoth of the online world, places great importance these days on how a website is “tended”. They have laid out new and important rules for webmasters to follow if they want to move up the rankings or at the very least, remain where they are.
There are certain things that need to be done (or recommended that you do) in order for your site to stay current and “interactive” with your readership. A site that gets neglected will slowly decay and fall through the search engine rankings and eventually move out of reach.
I would love to. Part of the new structure I am building into my business this year (under the banner of Freefly Multimedia Ltd), is a full web service. This may include a number of diffrerent services geared around the internet and websites in general and how much you get involved is up to you.
For example, I could:
The reason I have included number four in there, the DIY method, is that I understand times are hard and cash flow is tight and some businesses may want to take control from the start. To save money, this particular service involves me teaching you everything you need to know to build your own dynamic super-site.
What I would like to create in you is the passion for taking your business online in a more dynamic and professional way. I want you to get the buzz of checking stats, following traffic, testing new ideas and creating exciting marketing campaigns that propel your business forward. I want you to feel that rush when a campaign comes to fruition and bears fruit and you actively see your hard work pay off as leads and sales increase.
Spend a day or two with me and I can guarantee that you will see websites, and hopefully your business, in a new light.
Get in touch on the right of this page to discuss in more detail.[fb_button]
Professional photographer, videographer, qualified, licensed and insured drone pilot and internet marketer working from Weymouth in Dorset.
I mainly shoot aerial video and photography, weddings, stock and commercial projects but am open to challenges. I work anywhere within Dorset, the UK and abroad.
Married with 2 kids ; )