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Don't just get a new wesbite - get a whole new web marketing strategy

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Web Design That Generate Leads, Enquiries and Sales

What do you want from your website? For most businesses, it’s because they want to attract enquiries and sales as well as deliver value to your existing customers. In order to grow your business, your website will need to be well designed, mobile responsive, be information rich and with compelling copy and great calls to action. But beyond that, the website needs to fit your overall strategy, and you’ll need to drive traffic to it with ongoing content creation, social media marketing, Google AdWords/Pay-per-click and search engine optimisation (SEO). At JDR, we provide all of this, in one place.

Why Choose JDR As Your Web Design Agency?

We see websites every day that look great… but don’t generate any leads or sales. We design sites that will get traffic, that will convert, and that will be part of your whole marketing plan. Plus FREE training, FREE regular marketing workshops, a dedicated project manager, and fantastic support with no automated messages or waiting on hold.

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Your Questions

How much will it cost?

Sites vary according to the platform, type of design, size and complexity of the site, and we customise every proposal according to your specific needs

What software/platform do you use?

We have built sites in lots of different platforms including WordPress, Drupal, Opencart, Magento and Prestashop – however we have developed a unique and proprietary CMS system called JDR Enterprise

How do I get the website to
rank in Google?

This is partly how the site is built, and will also need search engine optimisation (SEO) – you can read more about our SEO services here

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Let us know a little more about your business and what you’re looking for – one of our team will be in touch to give you an idea of cost and explain how we can help.

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Why Website Speed Is Important


We expect online information on demand. If we don’t receive a seamless browsing experience on one website, we’ll access another to get the information we need. A study conducted by Akamai reveals that web users expect a loading speed of under two seconds. Users rejected sites taking longer than three seconds to load. Put simply, sites which load slowly are more likely to be abandoned in favour of a competitor’s. In fact, 64% of shoppers will buy from another source if they receive a poor website experience. These rates are even higher for mobile users, where 73% of consumers won’t return to sites which fail to load properly.

What Is Landing Page Optimisation?

When a visitor arrives on your site, the page they land on is your one opportunity to capture their attention and start a dialogue. Many businesses invest in paid search methods, only to guide traffic to a generic home page. From here potential customers are expected to navigate onto the product which matches their needs. With so much competition, too much is left to chance.

Optimised landing pages are strategically created web pages, which act like signposts to guide visitors towards a further interaction. Each page can be set up to capture traffic from a specific search enquiry or phrase. This helps to attract the right type of visitors for each product, creating more inbound leads, which leads to higher conversions. By including highly specific images, questions or messages, visitors are directed to the information they want more quickly. As far as search engines are concerned, that’s good news for your rankings too.

Why Use Landing Pages?

With so many different digital marketing methods available, why use landing pages as part of your business development strategy? To answer this, we will first explain briefly what landing pages are and then describe how they work.

7 Elements Of A Great Ecommerce Landing Page

It is a good marketing tactic to create ecommerce landing pages as part of your online store, to attract customers searching for specific types of goods. This reflects the fact that the customer will usually begin their search for a product on Google, rather than going to your website directly. Many of your customers may not even have heard of your business before they started typing. Ecommerce landing pages are your chance to make a good first impression and land yourself some more business.