Category Archives: UK Web Design

Startup Websites – New Websites for UK Startups & UK SME’s

Are you a startup business or SME looking for a New Mobile Friendly Website or your current website to be upgraded to a mobile friendly version?3 reasons why you should update your website

Would you like unlimited support for a fixed costs throughout the year, with no additional charges to pay for website updates and alterations etc.?

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Would you like to register your own website domain for Free with your new Website?

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333 Websites offer affordable website packages for startup business and SME businesses and individuals throughout the UK, including all of England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales.

The Web Design Company offers the following services to their web design and web development customers:

  • Free .co.uk domain name

  • Mobile Friendly Website / Responsive Website

  • Unlimited Website Support

  • Wales / UK Based Website Support Staff

  • Unlimited Email Addresses

  • Wales / UK Based Website Project Manager

  • UK Website Design

  • UK Website Development

  • Website Training Videos

  • Content Management System

  • Website Blog & Integrated Social Media

  • Website Backups

  • SEO Advice & Support to help you make a return on your investment

  • *They also provide website with SEO Services Packages and discounted packages for Affiliates or partners with over 5 websites required.

UK WEb Design Comapny 333 Websites offer

New Mobile Friendly Websites from just £333

You can Buy a Website Online Today via any of the Links.

Buy your new website or convert an old website to a new Mobile Friendly Website for prices from just £333.

Choose from these 2 Startup / SME Website Packages

Premium mobile friendly WordPress website

  • Free .co.uk domain name
  • Mobile Friendly Website / Responsive Website
  • Unlimited Website Support
  • UK Based Website Support Staff
  • Unlimited Content Changes
  • Unlimited Email Addresses
  • UK Based Website Project Manager
  • Website Backups
  • Ongoing Web Hosting
  • SEO Support & Advice to help you make a return on your investment
  • Content Management System
  • Large Selection of “How to” WordPress Training Videos
  • Website blog integrated with Social Media to help you generate online leads and sales.

£333 Startup Fee + £33 Per Month – Buy Now

Premium mobile friendly Website + New Business Logo

  • Free .co.uk domain name
  • Mobile Friendly Website / Responsive Website
  • Unlimited Website Support
  • UK Based Website Support Staff
  • Unlimited Content Changes
  • Unlimited Email Addresses
  • UK Based Website Project Manager
  • Website Backups
  • Ongoing Web Hosting
  • SEO Support & Advice
  • Content Management System
  • Large Selection of “How to” WordPress Training Videos
  • Website blog integrated with Social Media to help you generate online leads and sales
  • Business Logo Design

£430 Startup Fee + £33 Per Month – Buy Now

Business Opportunity for Self Employed Sales Agents, Unemployed Sales Executives or Marketers

About our Website Reseller Business Opportunity:

Do you or anyone you know need a job or a secondary income?

UK Web Design & Development Company 333 websites is currently looking for Website Resellers.

You could build a business reselling websites completely from scratch or add an additional revenue stream to an existing business and gain an initial revenue from the sale of a new website as well as regular income from the hosting, support & management of that website, whilst you can also build up a portfolio of clients (with good stickability that web customers offer), in order to provide yourself with great up-sell opportunities for synergy services such as Graphic Design, Content Writing, SEO, Marketing, Photography etc.

How the website reseller opportunity works

We would build you a white labelled website for you to sell your websites from (similar to our website; www.333websites.co.uk), and we will make this fully automated for taking payments and providing us with the creative spec etc.  We can also provide you with branded business cards and brochures etc.

Our experienced web design & development team then work with the design spec and the customer to build the required website.

You just have to account manage the client and provide great customer service.

Who this Website Reseller opportunity would be ideal for?

The website reseller opportunity would be ideal for:

  • People looking for “Work from home opportunities in Wales”
  • Self Employed Sales Agents
  • Unemployed Sales Agents
  • Unemployed Telesales Staff
  • Self Employed Telesales Staff
  • Unemployed Marketers
  • Graphic Designers
  • Photographers
  • SEO People
  • Marketers
  • Content Writers
  • Social Media Managers

If you are interested in discussing this Website Reseller opportunity further please call: 07517 024979 or email: info@333websites.co.uk .

Regards,

Mike Armstrong 

MD – 333 Websites

  
 

The website reseller business opportunity page is written “By Mike Armstrong”

3 reasons for a business website upgrade!

3 reasons why you should update your website

1. Your website is loosing ranking position and web traffic if it is not mobile friendly or responsive! 

With mobile phone web usage out-weighing desk top web usage, if you have an older non responsive, non mobile friendly website you are loosing both customer and web visitors.  If people are looking for your Business, Product or Service via their phones and they can not see or reach what they need via your website they will switch to another website.  In addition Google penalises non responsive or non mobile friendly websites thus impacting the fall in web traffic and new customers still further.

A simply way to solve this problem is to create a new mobile friendly website or to convert you historical website in to a new mobile friendly website.

2. You have become hostage to your web developers, having to constantly pay for any minor or major update to your website and then also having to wait for it to happen.

With older html coded and flash websites you are constantly waiting and paying for web developers to update content and pages on your website and this can be costly and frustrating.  Often relationships can fall down and you can feel like a hostage to your web developer.

Having a new website that is built on a platform that comes with a Content Management System (CMS) can solve all of these problems for you, and as long as you can use “Microsoft Word” then you should be able to manage the content on your website.

3. Your old 5 page static website just doesn’t cut the mustard any more! 

For a long time now most businesses have had a four or five page static website that allows potential customers to see what you do and how to get in touch.  These website perform a certain function allowing people to find out more about you but do not really bringing you a return on the investment and not really engaging with the website visitors.

If you add more pages specifically for each product or service that you offers as well as a blog with posts about all that is going on with your business and offers etc. you can start to get a return on the investment shelled out for your website and have it to starting to work for you.  Especially if you can link your blog posts to your social media accounts so that you can start engaging with new and existing customers more often and more efficiently.

333 Websites can help you with all of the above and so much more so should you like to buy a new website that solves all of these problems please follow the link or should you have any questions please get in touch.

This “3 reasons for a business website upgrade” post was written “by Mike Armstrong”

MD of 333 Websites & Web Marketing Agency MA Consultancy and The Voice of Social Media – Web Marketing Trainer

  
 

UK Website Design Tips

UK Website Design Tip 1. Have a strong Brand Message on your Website!

Your website should project an image of your business that you want the world to see. The great news is that through good web design you can control that image.

In terms of physical design this means positioning your logo or key message in the top left hand corner – the part of the screen where the eyes of the website visitors are most naturally drawn to.

UK Website Design Tip 2. Provide a clear navigation system for your website.

A good web designer will ensure that they use design techniques to lead the user around the screen and site. Clearly differentiated sub-sections and even a site map can ensure a concise, easy to follow navigation route, while good use of position, colour, contrast and size can all help focus the eye. Stick to one main navigation menu, remain consistent throughout the site, use sub-navigation and keep it uncluttered by avoiding drop down menus.

UK Website Design Tip 3. Make your web intuitive and extremely easy to use!

Website visitors can be fickle and if a website is hard to navigate (or slow to get around) they’ll be off.

Ensure your website navigation buttons are obvious and easy to identify.

Towards the top of the page is a good place to put your navigation buttons and they should have appropriate links directly linking from page to page so the user can quickly and easily switch pages when something catches their interest.

Finally, ensure your website adheres to the functionalities that people have come to expect from modern websites.

For example, if text is underlined your user will naturally expect it to be a link so don’t user underlining unless it is a link.

UK Website Design Tip 4. Keep your website design consistent throughout your website.

Website users like to know where they are within a website and if the style of your website pages change dramatically or somehow feels different, your website visitors will become disengaged and could start to feel lost.

Maintaining consistency will prevent this and will give your website a professional image.

Ensuring that everything matches, from heading sizes and typefaces to design, colour and style of image.

UK Website Design Tip 5. Keep your website design simple!

The whole draw of using a website is that it should be quick and easy to use.

To this end simplicity is key.

At the touch of a button, succinct and useful information should be available to your users.

Today’s Internet surfers won’t hang around, so you need to make sure that the page is scannable.

This means not being afraid to use or leave in plenty of white space.

There is a theory that our eyes do not naturally work in a linear fashion. Given the chance they will take in more and then zoom in to an area of interest from the bigger picture.

Website Tip 6. Ensure your website and content is easy to understand.

Visitors coming to your website typically won’t want to spend much time so ensure that every aspect is easy to understand; from the navigation to the copy. There are design techniques that can help make the information on a page easier to understand – think shorter sentences, larger font, sections differentiated by contrast and colour and, as previously mentioned, good use of white space. To this end, there are some common rules of thumb: never use more than three typefaces, or more than three different point sizes for a font and keep lines of text to 18 words – 50-80 characters – max!

UK Website Design Tip 7. Ensure that your website degrades gracefully!

Not everyone has the latest pc and the fastest broadband so you should make sure that your website and the code used, is as simple as it can be without compromising on the elements that you require.

HTML code needs to degrade gracefully and not slow down or cause problems to lower spec computers.

If you cause an IT issue on your visitors pc, you can be sure that the customer won’t be back again and would also not be recommending your business or website to anyone else!

UK Website Design Tip 8. Write your content with your target audience in mind and keep it jargon free.

When writing or commissioning the copy for your website, you should bear in mind your target audience.

Tempting as it is to use the medium to bombard the user with all the information you can, so need to keep it succinct in style and use laymen’s terms if appropriate.

If you have to use technical terms include a glossary.

If you are hoping to attract visitors through search engine optimisation (SEO) you will need to consider the “key words” people will be using in their searches.

These “key words” should be weaved into the copy as often as is appropriate to help propel your website up the search engines page rankings.

UK Website Design Tip 9. Consider the usability of your Website!

At the end of the day if your website isn’t usable visitors will be off – as quick as a mouse. So, when working on the web design, consider the end user’s experience of the site.
It can be a good idea to make a list of the things a user will want to use your site for and then checking that these are easy to achieve and if necessary are readily available from the homepage – e.g. Start shopping, Current offers, Book an appointment etc. Then test early and throughout the process test and test again. The only way to really check that your site is as user friendly as it can be is to test it out on people who know nothing about your business.

UK Website Design Tip 10. Make sure that your new website is compliant.

A good website should adhere to certain guidelines. For example, all websites could comply with the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). This ensures that websites are suitable and accessible for people with disabilities and cover aspects of web design such as screen flickering – line with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).

There are many other guideline that should be looking in to.

The UK Website Design Tips page was written “By Mike Armstrong” MD of UK Web Design Company 333 Websites and UK Web Marketing Agency MA Consultancy.