Meet Jay & Chase. They will help you
Using Web Design & Search Engines
Simple. Modern. Clean.
A website is an online business card
The right website can propel your business to the next level
Convert your marketing efforts into new customers
Dr. Adrienne Stewart, Owner
Nourish Medical Center
Andy Mcqueen, CEO
Who We Are
Web Design in Temecula
Having a cutting-edge design can absolutely make the difference between a customer contacting you or not. Cutting-edge doesn't mean flashy. It means having a modern and professional website that reflects your business in the best possible way. No matter how nice your website looks it must engage users in order to convert. You must engage them with your content and appeal to their needs to ensure they call. We take the time to format your content to engage the user as they move through your site.
Our process is a little different than other companies and our clients seem to love it. Most web design firms will spend months hashing out every little detail before building anything. We get started on Day 1 with a demo site so you can see the site being built real-time from any computer.
Built For Conversions
If you think your website looks dated or unprofessional, or if you think it should be doing more for your business, then contact us for a consultation and see how we help. The whole point of all of this is to increase revenue. If you have a bad website and/or bad marketing then you can't increase revenue. And no matter how many people you get to your site with marketing, none of them will turn into customers without being engaged by your site.
There are some very simple elements to a site that help with the general flow of information that are crucial. Without these elements, you can lose your user within your page. With these elements, you can effectively lead them to a call-to-action.
Search Engine Optimization
An SEO Overview
The SEO Difference
HOW SEO WORKS
Search engines like Google use algorithms to detect which sites should rank at the top for which keywords. They do this by looking at what you say about yourself and at what others say about you. To do this, they use bots to "crawl" your website and take in all of the information. This helps them know what your site is about and thus what keywords your site is relevant to. Then, they look at what websites link over to you. If you have a lot of respectable websites that link over to yours, especially if they are in your industry, this builds your credibility with search engines.
Google and other search engines look at your domain name first to index your major keyword. This is why businesses usually rank #1 for their domain name (usually also their business name) without any SEO. Then, search engines look at your title tag and description. It's important to have your keywords here because you're nearly ineligible to rank for a keyword that's not listed there.
There is a decent amount of work that goes into making sure your website is indexed properly by search engines. This is called on-site SEO. You need to make sure that your main keywords are featured in the title tag and meta description of the page you are trying to rank. You should have certain headings assigned as H1, H2, etc. In the old days you could just write out your keyword 1000 times in white text on your homepage and no one but Google would see it. That hasn't worked in nearly 20 years and the algorithm has changed a million times between then and now. Natural sounding content with your keyword mentioned here and there is what search engines want to see.
If you want to get ranked for a keyword like "wine tasting Temecula" then you'll need more than just having this word on your site. A competitive keyword as lucrative as this will surely attract lots of successful businesses that have large marketing budgets. In addition to having a website relevant to wine tasting, you need to have dozens of other websites backing you up. If a national wine publication has a story about your winery that links over to your site, you'll gain respect from search engines. SEO companies go around and get you the same links that your competitors have, then build off of that by finding new, respectable links.