Website Solutions Driven by Results
Your website serves many purposes. It's a potent weapon for your online presence, a chance to make a good first impression on a new visitor, and a chance to distinguish yourself from the competition. It is crucial that you invest in the proper team in order to realise your vision. Web design is made easier with Creditfix. Our skilled team builds a solid online foundation for your company using strategic website solutions supported by contemporary SEO methods. Web design services that produce results can help you generate leads, increase conversions, and expand your organisation.
The architecture of a website
Your users, as well as the search engines, will have an easier time finding what they're looking for with a logical page layout.
Our site design and development team uses clean HTML5 and CSS3 and the most recent coding techniques.
Happy customers equal quick load times. Google has been very clear that they favour websites with speedy responses.
Every one of our websites is designed to look and function beautifully on whatever device your users are using to access it.
Web Development & Design Process
A website is an exciting project that requires brilliant minds and expansive vision to complete. Because you are the one who knows your business the best and has had a vision for it from the beginning, our method starts with you. As we collaborate to produce a website that promotes expansion and boosts your online presence, our design and development team turns into your team.
We take the time to comprehend the objectives of your website because we recognise that it is special. Our team first determines the best plan of action for online success after learning about your needs, brand, and company identity.
Developing a plan
We'll create an outline of your website development project after our initial consultation. This will make it easier to decide what we'll need from you, the project milestones we've set, and the timeframes we've set in order to accomplish your objectives.
Mockups & Wireframes
We'll create a rough draught of your website so you can start to see your ideas come to life. We design with your consumer in mind, putting particular emphasis on components that will appeal to your target market and support the expansion of your company.
Building a website
We transmit it to our development team so they can bring your concept into reality after the design work is finished and you approve the final mockup. When starting to design your website, our knowledgeable developers will use the most recent coding techniques.
We will take the time to thoroughly review and guarantee optimal performance once live before we launch your new site. Our staff double-checks every technological aspect that may make a website unsuccessful and fixes any problems that might be found.
Web page Launch
Quality and performance are within control, so we can launch with confidence. Our staff will launch your new website for public viewing using a smooth procedure! After it launches, we'll keep an eye on it to make sure everything is operating as it should.
We handle it all, from showcasing your offerings to customers on an educational
website to taking
orders online. We create websites for companies of all sizes and types.
- Static Websites
- Dynamic Websites
- Landing Pages
- Website Redesign
- Website Maintenance
- Responsive Web Design
- PHP Development
- CodeIgniter Development
- Angular Development
- Ecommerce Development
- WordPress Development
- Theme Development
- Plugin Development
- HTML to WordPress
- WordPress Migration
- Support & Maintenance
- Ecommerce Maintenance
Management of Information Technology Services
We'll keep you updated on the progress of our services, including performance reports, deliverables, and planned enhancements. creditfix is committed to continual development and has regular service management meetings as well as KPI procedures. As our services evolve to better assist your organisation, we'll also give user-based training and new service/application launch seminars to guarantee strong and seamless teamwork.
Creditfix will provide you
SEO Backed Web Design
Web design keeps visitors on your site while search engine optimization brings them there. These two essential aspects of digital marketing work together to build a solid foundation for the development and success of your online business. Because of this, every website we design incorporates SEO. When we create a new website, our team's search engine optimization efforts work to make sure that your website is seen by search engines. We provide strategic web design supported by contemporary SEO tactics.
Promoting Your Web Design with Marketing
A solid website that supports your business online is a
wonderful place to start
if you want to compete in today's market. But it takes much more to genuinely succeed.
Thankfully, we don't just work as designers and developers here; we also work as writers, strategists, techs, and creatives, all of whom are focused on the success of our clients. We can create a website just for you as a full-service digital marketing agency, and we can keep working on marketing it to help your company grow and succeed.
Our managed hosting solutions provide a flexible, affordable web hosting solution specifically designed for your company. Our team will handle all daily hosting tasks as your provider, including software upgrades, server management, email hosting, and support.
Life brought to your brand. Our qualified graphic designers can take your company's individuality and adapt it into visual design thanks to their creative abilities.
ECommerce is WooCommerce.
A versatile eCommerce platform that offers easy WordPress website integration. WooCommerce enables you to conduct business online, round-the-clock, and with a wonderful client experience that you won't find anywhere else.
Responsive Web Design
Making a mobile-friendly website is now required since mobile devices now account for over 50% of all website traffic. The foundation is responsive web design. Your website can adjust to and offer the best experience on every device it is being viewed from thanks to responsive web design. This implies that a user viewing your website on a desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone will experience amazing visuals and seamless functionality.
Our mission is to assist consumers in achieving their goals. People, procedure, and innovation, when working together in harmony, are critical to any organization's success. Our clients are our first concern at Creditfix. We guarantee that every detail is taken care of by offering quick and efficient IT assistance, high-value technology strategy, and proactive network maintenance. We are available to our clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure that everything functions as it should.
We, as well as our support team, are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We will pick up the phone within three rings, regardless of when you or your customers call. Our representatives are available to you at any time, no matter what scenario you're in or what condition you're in. We will be there to assist you in getting through it.
Fulfilling our responsibility to build a better, stronger, and more durable company for future generations, as well as protecting the Creditfix brand, meeting our commitments to stakeholders, acting with an owner mentality, developing our people, and contributing to the improvement of communities and the global environment.
It doesn't matter if you're creating a modest brick-and-mortar store, an online corporation, or an e-commerce business; this is true. You need to have an internet presence where people can find you and from which you can expand your business, even when you're marketing yourself as a brand to employers or as a freelancer. A professionally designed website gives you and your company an instant boost in professionalism. A company website helps you generate new leads while allowing you to engage with your clients and keep them informed of your activities. Additionally, if used properly, your website may be a crucial instrument for developing the personality and voice of your company.
Ready to advance your online business by learning how to create a website on your own? This step-by-step manual will walk you through the procedure and assist you in making the best decisions to ensure that your website stands out from the competition. Your own website can help you bring your brand to life. design from scratch, link a domain, track visitors, and improve with SEO
According to Chris Homer, an SEO Analyst at Mailchimp, "SEO is free publicity for your business." "You'll draw in the right audience if you take steps to ensure you rank highly for relevant queries.” Designing and updating your site for SEO is simple when you know what improves your rating in a search result and what makes it fall. Utilize the checklist to incorporate SEO into your digital marketing strategy after learning more about SEO in the section below. SEO checklist: How to improve your results
The good news about SEO planning is that what works for SEO also aligns with providing a positive user experience (UX) for people who visit your website. So, SEO-friendly changes equal a better site for the people you want to engage. “SEO should be a consideration throughout every step of your website build and your marketing journey,” says Ade Lewis, Partnerships Director at Mailchimp. “It’s the number one way a consumer will find a small business.” Review this checklist to learn about the changes and adjustments you can make to improve your SEO.
Feature relevant keywords. Keywords are words or phrases that people type into search engines to find something. All areas of your website—including page names, headlines, site copy, image captions, page descriptions, and URLs—need to include keywords in a natural way that doesn’t sound too forced. Since people search with specific needs in mind, your keywords should be “long tail,” meaning descriptive and narrowly focused. For example, “wedding photography Newport RI” will work better than just “professional photography.” Specific keywords will bring in less traffic overall, but ranking for more detailed searches will result in a higher conversion rate.
Have a clean site structure. Make sure your website is organized in a way that makes it easy for users and search engines to travel through your site and find what they’re looking for. Internal links from one page to another within your site should provide content that educates your visitor, answers a question about what you offer, or engages them in some other valuable way. Internal links give Google more clues about what your website is about, so it can send relevant visitors your way.
Feature substantial content. Create website content that’s relevant to your top keywords and hefty enough to be valuable. While punchy, skimmable content is great, keep in mind that Google wants content that solves the search intent, so pages with fewer than 200 words will not be highly ranked. If you want to add meat to your copy, be sure each page solves a problem, answers a question, or moves a visitor forward in their journey through your site.
Use relevant title tags. A title tag or page tag is the “headline” for a page when it appears in search engine results pages (SERP). The words or phrases in your title tags should be specific and descriptive. Think, “Learn How to Paint Landscapes and Portraits" instead of "Painting Class." Combining this with the meta description—a longer blurb in search results that says more about what your content provides—encourages users to click through to your website. Title tags also appear in your visitors’ web browser tabs and in social media when your content is shared. This is easy to do in Mailchimp’s website builder. Simply go to the page settings and edit the SEO title to create a title tag and the SEO description to write a meta description.
Add alt tags. An alt tag is a text description of an image. It serves 3 important purposes. Search engines can’t interpret images, so alt tags help them identify and rank these pieces of content, improving your SEO. They also help website visitors when an image doesn’t display properly on their screen or load quickly by providing a clue about what image they should be seeing. Last, and definitely not least, alt tags are easy for screen readers to decipher, so they help with web accessibility. Alt tags should be short and descriptive—think, “paddle board on lake with smiling boy” or “chocolate cake with vanilla frosting and strawberry.”
Optimize for mobile. Google prioritizes mobile websites, so making sure your website is mobile friendly is critical. This means providing a visually pleasing and easy-to-use experience no matter what device someone is visiting from. Mobile sites also must load quickly on a 3G connection, render properly on any sized screen, have well-spaced site elements that users can easily tap on to take action, and feature content that’s entirely visible without having to scroll left or right. Mailchimp websites are built with mobile in mind—the website builder allows you to preview your website on a mobile phone to see how it looks.
Enable fast load times. Ideally your pages should load in under 2 seconds—less than 3 is a must. If they do, it’ll improve your search rankings. There are several things that can slow down your load time, including issues with your content management system (CMS), poorly written code, low bandwidth that can’t handle your traffic volume, or numerous large images on a page. Use Google PageSpeed Insights to test how quickly your website is loading. Be sure you host your website on a platform that enables fast load times. Install Google Search Console and Analytics.
Google Search Console will help you see if Google is finding and indexing all of the pages on your website to highlight places you can improve performance. It can also help you set up your own site search tracking. You can connect to Google Analytics from your Mailchimp dashboard to monitor your traffic, see what pages are being visited the most, and what links direct visitors to your website. Here's a guide to help you set up Google Analytics.
Make sure your website and URL are secure. Google considers HTTPS encryption a top priority, and will show a security warning in search results if a website is not HTTPs encrypted. Work with a website builder that makes security a priority. All websites created with Mailchimp include an SSL certificate—this encrypts data and guarantees the authenticity of a website to visitors.
Anyone who hits your homepage needs to be immediately engaged if you want them to stay. When you consider that 47% of visitors "bounce off" or quit a website after reading just one page, the significance of this initial connection becomes even more obvious. Being a good host at a party is similar to creating an effective webpage. Your site should greet visitors, offer a space that's simple to explore, and assist them in finding what they need.
According to Jen Ellis, Senior Product Design Manager at Mailchimp, "a homepage is a chance to clearly out what you do and grab a visitor's attention." We are aware that visitors decide quickly whether they want to learn more.
Communicate your top messages The most important thing your homepage should do is clearly convey what you offer, and to whom. If you can do this, you stand a good chance of engaging your visitor. Assess your homepage by asking the following 2 questions.
1. Can anyone quickly “get” what you do? The layout, copy, and graphics on your homepage should all work toward the goal of spelling out what your business offers. You’ll know you’ve done it when a first-time visitor, in just a few moments, can understand what you do or sell. What’s typically required to achieve this clear homepage messaging is iteration. This just means creating a homepage, showing it to people—including friends and potential target audience members—and adjusting until it’s clear. Encourage people to be honest with you, make adjustments, and show it to them again until you get it right.
2. Does your audience know they’re in the right place? Part of what makes a homepage compelling to your audience is presenting information that’s valuable to them. Evoke this feeling by using keywords they use to describe themselves in the context of your offering. This is an easy but essential part of search engine optimization (SEO), and it not only makes your website more discoverable on search, it makes your site more engaging. For example, if you provide a service for people looking to meet someone, you might use terms like “discerning" or “good match" if those are the aspirational words people use during this process.
If you serve more than one audience, that’s ok. Just be sure to communicate to each one separately. For example, if you broker paintings for artists, you may want to welcome both gallery owners and individual buyers with separate sections that quickly communicate that you’re an important contact for both.