You probably know someone who created their own website, and if they can do it themselves, why can't you? You could probably go it alone and build your company's site yourself, but the following article will give you some reasons why that may not be such a good idea.
Many novice web page builders use a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) page builder, and while the word-processor style software has its advantages and its place, most of these programs don't write valid HTML. While a page written in invalid HTML code may look OK on some browsers, it may not look as good on others- or even on differing versions of the same web browser. If you choose us for your web design needs, we will build you a page that is valid according to W3C specifications.
For most businesspeople, time is a valuable asset, and time spent building a web page is time taken away from the day to day operations of your business. If you build your own site instead of going through us, you will have to learn all about HTML coding, and to use the various software used to create/edit pages, scan and optimize graphics, upload to the host, and more.
You will also take a lot of time deciphering log files to analyze your traffic, and you'll have to obtain your own domain name. Once you build your page, you will need to learn what to do with it, and you would also have to test the page with all the major browsers to ensure compatibility. Most people would design their own site as a cost-cutting measure, but are you really saving by not hiring us? To design a site yourself would require a significant financial outlay, and if you are like most business owners, you would much rather spend your time and money running it.
When you hire our company, you will get the benefit of our experience, talent and skill. We'll work with you to analyze your competitors' pages, and using that information, we'll build your site based on the strengths and weaknesses of your business and your competition. Your pages built by us will be user friendly, load quickly and appeal to your target audience, encouraging them to come back.