How much does a website cost?
Depending on your requirements, our prices vary. Find out more on our pricing page.
How long does it take to build a website?
This is a question we get asked all the time and unfortunately the answer is: it varies. Some sites can take months of design and development; others can take a few weeks. Every business has unique requirements and every customer has different objectives. It’s hard for us to guess, so we tend not to. Through meetings, planning and discussion we’ll be able to understand your requirements and then be able to estimate a project.
What kind of businesses do you work with?
We work with businesses from a broad range of industries, but primarily have experience working with B2B customers in the Industrial, Educational and Hospitality sectors.
What Ecommerce platforms do you work with?
Pretty much all of them. We tend to shy our customers away from open-source solutions since they can be insecure and easily hacked.
Our personal favorites are Shopify, 3dcart, Bigcommerce, and Magento.
Each platform has it’s strengths and weaknesses. We can help you find the best solution for your business.
What CMS should I be using?
Above all, we love WordPress. We’re not talking about WordPress.com – we’re talking about WordPress.org, a self-hosted open source CMS and blogging platform. WordPress has 1000s of plugins that can help make your website more interactive, and it allows for total customization of the design of your site. Additionally, it’s probably the easiest to use and most future-proof.
However, if you simply have to work with a different CMS, we work with all of them. From a development side, they are apples to apples to us
What does SEO stand for?
OK, so this one’s kind of complicated… just kidding. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. You engage in SEO when you attempt to get a page to rank higher in a search engine’s SERPs (search engine results pages), with the ultimate goal being to increase organic (unpaid) traffic to that page.
Which is better SEO or PPC?
This question is a little like asking: Who’s more important to the Patriots, Bill Belichik or Tom Brady? You can probably come up with an argument for either; but the reality is, both are vital to the team’s success. The same goes for SEO and PPC (pay-per-click). You couldn’t establish domain authority, organic brand affinity, and really, a wholly formed online presence without SEO. By the same token, you couldn’t granularly target prospects by demographic, behaviors, or keywords without PPC.
Is SEO dead?
As fun as it is to say, no: SEO is not dead. SEO is still a vital part of online marketing; and unless the way we search for content changes drastically, it will be for a long time. Businesses looking for immediate leads and conversions may neglect SEO in favor of more direct, targeted approaches like paid search and paid social; but businesses that invest in SEO are investing in the long term. SEO is cost-efficient, casts a wide net, and allows potential prospects to discover your brand on their own terms. Go ahead and enter the query “is seo dead” into Google. The post you ultimately click on is only in a position to be clicked because—you guessed it—effective SEO.
What is the difference between cross platform development and native app development?
- With native app development, we use default language and IDE for both iOS and Android, i.e. Objective C/ Swift with xCode for iOS and JAVA/ Kotlin with Android studio for Android.
- Cross platform technology provides a framework where coding is done once, however it can be utilized to deploy app in iOS, Android, and Windows phone.
What platform should we target? Android, iOS or both?
With the growing popularity of both iPhone and latest Android smartphones, we recommend to launch the product in both the platforms.
What is the difference between mean stack and lamp stack?
- MEAN stands for MongoDB/ ExpressJS/ AngularJS/ NodeJS which is a combination of database, back-end-coding and front-end-coding.
- LAMP stands for Linux/ Apache/ MySQL and PHP which is open source proven technology to build server side coding.