Web Design FAQ's
Please find below a few questions that we are often asked at NeonLobster Design.
1. How much will a website cost?
Every website design is different. We prefer to have an informal approach in which we can discuss the requirements of each web design project to ensure that each client hits their targets. Please view our web design solutions page for further details or just give us a quick call. We are always happy to talk you through your website and provide quotations free of charge.
2. Who will be designing my website?
All of our websites are designed and developed by our in house team. Based in Oxfordshire, our team of five developers and graphic designers who have more years' experience than they would care to admit! Having an intimate team allows us to built lasting relationships with our clients that are based on trust and integrity.
3. Where is NeonLobster Design based?
NeonLobster Design are based in Bloxham , Oxfordshire but have clients from the length and breadth of the UK and Ireland, Europe and as far afield as South Africa. Our clients come from a rich variety of fields including healthcare, the travel industry, estate agency, education, media and we have many clients in the dental industry.
4. How much do you charge for Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) services on my website?
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is an ongoing service we provide to new and existing clients. We offer 6 month and 12 month Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) packages to get your site higher on the main search engine results. (Google, Bing and Yahoo).
5. Where can I see your previous work?
NeonLobster Design work with a vast variety of clients from small businesses to global companies such as Oxford Princeton and SafeLinQ. Please take a look at our Web Design Portfolio.
6. What is an E-commerce website?
E-commerce websites are built for the buying and selling of products and services over the web. People use the term "e-commerce" to describe encrypted payments on the Internet through gateways such as PayPal.
Internet sales are increasing rapidly as consumers take advantage of lower online prices. This trend is set to strengthen as websites address consumer security and privacy concerns.
7. What is SEO?
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the process of improving the visibility of a website or a web page in search engines such as Google via a number of different techniques and strategies. In general, the higher on a search results page, and more frequently a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine.
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