Marketing your business
Marketing your business online is something that many people do not understand, or worse still they are taken in by companies promising them the earth but at horrendous costs. Maybe this will strike a chord with you:
Do you need targeted visitors and better search engine positions for your website? Get MORE Likes, Followers & Views for your website Fast! Are you interested in improving your rankings in the search engines? There is a massive amount of traffic and sales available for those in the top spots!
It all sounds too good to be true, and basically that's because it's not true. In fact, no web designer or marketing specialist company should ever promise you anything. All we can do is our best to make sure you have a decent website that Google will index accordingly, and a social media prescence that helps your business find new customers. If however, you want to pay us a small fortune (usually most companies selling this kind of stuff will charge £££'s per month) then yes by all means pay us for some smoke and mirrors.
Would you like to know more?
Need help with your own marketing?
Just would like some advice?
How to market your own business online
123 Simples have provided some useful links below to help YOU get started on marketing your business online. We do offer paid for services ourselves (Facebook Page Management is one of them), but there are other ways YOU can promote your own business, and most of them are free with paid for upgrade options if you choose them.
The UK's free local business index is a great tool to use, and basic information and page entries are free. You can choose various paid for upgrade options, and use this as a valuable tool in marketing.Visit FreeIndex
Promoting or marketing your business on Facebook is a great way to let people know about your services. Grab a business page and start boosting posts to engage more followers and likes.Visit Facebook
General Questions for this page:
We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions regarding this particular page and its content. Advice costs you nothing!
It's always difficult to give a precise answer when you need to really know and understand what any client needs from you. Generally speaking an "average website" shouldn't cost anymore than about £500.00.
Depending on what is actually involved, the "average website" would take between 4 to 6 weeks. We have turned websites around much quicker than this but again dependent on several factors.
When the website is built, up and running we offer ALL our clients full support and updates at nominal costs. It is in our interests (and more so our customers) to make sure their website grows and keeps on getting better.
No obligation help and advice
If you would like to find out more, then please contact us, or call our offices on 0330 223 2953. We don't bite, and we will try to help you where we can, without you having to sell a kidney, or other body organ just to pay for it.