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Are you ready for a new design for your website?
If your website’s performance is keeping you awake at night –
Relax, we can help.
At Turtleback Canada Inc. (visit our site here), we have been helping companies like yours be found online. Although we pride ourselves on getting your branding right, we also know that the internet is no longer just about a sleek looking website. If you already have a website or a wishlist of what you would like, look at it and ask yourself, “does my site or my idea have this?” Responsive design… Two click navigation… SEO ready copy and coding… Low abandon rates… Compliance with AODA regulations…
Chances are pretty good that you may not have thought about these needs because you don’t design websites professionally. We have, in fact we live it. All of our websites include all of the above and then some. Interested in learning more yet? Click HERE for more information!
I don’t know… my nephew/niece are a real whiz at computers.
We think it’s great that there are people out there that can do website design for you, but ask yourself, if Billy (or Mary from Payroll) were good with tools, would you get them to fix your brakes? Of course not.
Website design, like brakes are a specialized service that if handled correctly, will serve you well for years to come. But if not, there could be disaster around the corner. Designing websites in today’s internet is as much a science as it is an art. Although your website may look good, is it adhering to Google’s algorithms? Will your site be found by prospective customers locally? What about in a global economy?
Don’t put your website in the hands of someone who may not understand what is involved behind the scenes of your programming. A well programmed website that uses the algorithms of Google, will be found, will turn into valuable leads and WILL RESULT IN REVENUE. Check out a small sample of our work (click here) to see what happens when design meets strategy.
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