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Custom web design using WordPress – the world’s most popular platform for building websites. Web development today is not like it used to be a decade ago. It’s not just about creating a beautiful website (that part’s a given). It’s about creating a website that provides a great user experience (UX) and more importantly, converts. If your website is not able to convert visitors into customers, then it isn’t doing its job.
Let us do our job and create a beautiful website for your company – one with a strong focus on UX and conversions. We design highly converting, highly engaging sites that look great. Our web designers work closely with our SEO department to ensure that our sites not only look great but are also SEO optimized and have the best chance possible of ranking organically.
Learn More About IdeaZone.ca
We’re a full-service, Victoria BC web design & digital marketing agency offering a suite of online services including SEO (search engine optimization), PPC (pay per click) advertising such as Google Ads and Facebook Ads, SMM (social media marketing), ORM (online reputation management), website audits, remarketing and conversion rate optimization as well as email and content marketing.
As a successful digital marketing consultancy, we focus on ROI (return on investment) which comes from great user engagement, awesome content, and a highly converting website. All our digital marketing campaigns are totally transparent as we track and report on everything so that our clients can see exactly what they are getting for their money.
The Right Online Solution for Your Business
Whether you’re looking for professional web design services or a full-blown digital marketing strategy, IdeaZone has the team, tools and experience to take your business to the next level. As a creative web design and digital marketing agency, we have clients throughout Canada, the U.S and around the world. IdeaZone has been helping small and medium sized businesses grow online since 2002.
In that time, we’ve designed thousands of websites and worked with as many small business owners. And since we’re small business owners ourselves, we speak your language and understand your troubles and frustrations.
It’s our job to understand our clients and what’s best for their business. We’ll analyze your company’s online footprint and come up with a strategic plan to get more traffic, get more customers and build better brand awareness.
We are recognized local leaders in the online marketing arena with expertise in consulting, planning, policy, training, implementation, and integrated website design.
We also offer seminars for organizations who are more hands-on and interested in learning more about extending their online marketing reach.
Additional services we offer include corporate I.D. and branding, e-commerce options, inbound marketing solutions and sales funnel buildouts.
IdeaZone – we’re not just about great web design. We are about great, functional design which lends itself to higher rankings and conversions.
Yes. We will work with you and come up with a strategy that will, not only boost your business’ presence online, but meet all of your expectations within a reasonable budget.
By far and without a doubt, WordPress is the best platform to build a website on. The reason for this is because it’s open source and so there are thousands of free plugins and add-ons that you can incorporate into a WP site to make it look and do whatever you want. Having been around for decades now and improving each year, as of 2019, over 1/3 of all the websites on the internet are powered by WordPress.
Keep in mind that while WordPress may be the best platform to build a website, it’s definitely not the easiest as there is quite the learning curve to be able to use it efficiently.
Sure. Free builders are good for people that just want to have a web presence and aren’t overly concerned about advanced design, functionality or SEO. In addition, they tend to be a lot more user-friendly than the likes of WordPress, Joomla or Drupal. That being said, if you have a real business, you should have a professional build you a real website.
The simple answer is no. But then it depends on what you’re trying to achieve with your website. If you want to design something simple yourself and you don’t have any web design experience, then Wix is the winner. If you want more control, better design and SEO and more flexibility, then go with WordPress (but you might have to watch tutorials first!).
We would not encourage copying exactly, but we do ask our clients to provide us with a number of websites that they like so that we can get an idea of their design and function expectations. We do this so that we can deliver a product that is robustly functional with a look and feel that our client is proud of.
We will also ensure that your company’s branding efforts are perfectly reflected on your website.
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