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To create your social media strategy, we must understand what you wish to achieve from using social media. Whether it be an increase in sales, inquiries, or website traffic, we can use this information and tailor it around the content we create.

Your social media strategy will include a clear, organized breakdown of each post or post category that is tailored to each social media platform your business uses. This breakdown will show each post, the contents of the post, and the time it will be published. Images and digital graphics play a huge part online, therefore, your strategy will include an image template, so all of your images feature your company branding. If you have photographs or images you would like to use we will ensure these are included within your strategy.

We are more than happy to get you up and running if you are unsure or simply don’t have the time to set them up yourself. As part of the consultation stage, we will discuss which platforms you should be on and how they will be set up.

Using social media for your business allows you to communicate directly with your customers. This intimate level of engagement can have a positive impact on the way existing and potential customers view your brand.

Outsourcing social media management can be extremely helpful if you are not sure how or where to start when promoting your business online.

Digital marketing is any kind of marketing that is geared towards smartphones, laptops, tablets, and any other device that can connect to Wi-Fi.

Yes. You don’t have to replace your traditional marketing efforts with digital ones, but the simple fact is that if the word digital doesn’t come into your marketing strategy, then your business will not thrive.

Search Engine Optimization is the practice of using on-page and off-page tweaks and tactics to ensure that your page ranks higher on search engines. An example of one of these tactics is making sure that your webpage is a minimum of 1000 words because that’s what Google prefers

Keywords are the words and phrases that searchers use, usually on a search engine. These are the words that we use when looking for pages, images, videos, blogs, or any kind of information or content on the web. These keywords need to be strategically inserted into your pages and content.

A website that sits stagnant for long periods, without any new or fresh content, is nothing more than an online brochure for your company. A successful website will interact with consumers and provide new and up-to-date information and content. Also, in terms of SEO, Google prefers a website that is consistently updated. There’s no specific time limit on updating your website, just make sure it stays relevant.

  • Facebook? Aim for once a day and no less than 3 times a week.
  • Instagram? Once or twice a day.
  • LinkedIn? At least twice a week and no more than once per day.
  • Twitter? This one is a bit more varied but generally anywhere from 3-30 tweets per day is good.
  • If you post infrequently, your audience will forget your existence and you will fade into the dark part of their minds. However , if posts are more frequent, they will be eager to see them overcrowding their feed.

    Firstly, you should be focusing on the social media platforms with the most active users. These are Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Next, you need to determine where your target audience spends their time and educate yourself on the demographics. What are their behavioral patterns? What kind of content do they prefer? How does social media influence them as a consumer?

    Definitely! You should never assume that because social media has become so hugely popular, it’s enough to solely focus on your digital marketing strategy on social platforms. There are more active email accounts than active accounts on any social media in the world. Email marketing is more private and often feels more personal to the consumer. Most people are consistently tuned into their email, checking it multiple times a day and constantly seeing notifications appear on their mobiles, laptops, and tablets

    • Pre-production: This is when we work with you to learn all about your business and together define what you need from a video. Some of the questions we might explore are: Who is your target audience? What platforms do you want to publish on? What are the key messages you want to communicate? From there we’ll create a video outline and/or detailed script, confirm budgets and arrange any filming dates with you.

    • Production: Also known as ‘filming’. This is what most people think of when they talk about creating videos. Our crew (will capture) all the required footage – such as interviews, event footage, or product demonstrations. We might film at your premises, at our studio, or some other locations relevant to the video messages.

    • Post-production: Once we’ve captured all the footage we’ll get to work on the edit, crafting the footage into a coherent narrative and adding graphics, titles, and music as appropriate. You’ll have the chance to review one or more drafts and give feedback before everything is finalized.

    This completely depends on what you need. It takes longer to build a 1000-page site than a smaller eight-page brochure website.

    We like to work with all sorts and sizes of businesses and individuals, and we bring the same skills used to support celebrities and large businesses to the work we do for smaller clients. We’re just as keen to work with small businesses as we are with larger ones, and as a local firm, we’re ideally placed to understand the needs of growing organizations.

    We certainly can do that! It’s important to approach website redesigns sensitively to make sure your reasons for redesigning are valid. This will ensure the project is an overall success from your ROI point of view.

    Of course! The advent of online conference tools such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams, just to name a few, makes working with businesses around the globe straightforward.

    If you need our help with web support and maintenance, we’ll be here for you. If not, we will leave it to you. If you change your mind, we are still there to help!

    It most certainly will! More people are accessing the web via smaller screens than ever, and the trend is likely to carry on. If your site doesn’t display or work properly on a mobile or tablet screen, you risk losing a big chunk of your potential audience, since mobile responsive web design is essential nowadays. Every website we create is mobile responsive.

    A page one position in the Google search results is like gold dust. Not so long ago it was relatively easy to achieve. These days it’s a lot more challenging, and getting it wrong can affect your reputation. Thankfully we have all the SEO tools and know-how to maximize your chances and some happy customers to vouch for us.

    The age-old question! It completely depends on what you need, but you can rest assured we deliver the best possible value for money and it won’t break the bank. Why not ask for a quote? There’s no obligation and we won’t sulk if you say ‘no’!

    If you host through us, there are hosting charges. There may also be costs for photos if you can’t supply them yourself. However, we always do our best to use stock image sites that are free where possible. Other than that, we always make extra charges if there are any crystal clear upfront, so you know exactly where you stand.

    Your site is yours. You can move if you like, and we will never penalize you for it.

    We like to work on a 30% upfront basis with 30% payable after the designs are agreed upon and the outstanding 40% payable when the development has been completed and signed off.

    Google has personally answered this one for you. They say that in most cases SEO can take between 4 months to a year to help your business first implement improvements and then see potential benefits.

    Web hosting is required to get your website online. It is the space that you ‘rent’ which houses your web files and allows users to access your site and the information contained on it.

    Go ahead. Once you’ve sorted your domain out, we can take things from there. If you need help, feel free to ask.

    Talk to us. One of our team members will respond within one working day by email or phone. If you prefer to speak to us immediately, call +961-2-345678 and we will go through your ideas and project. All calls are without obligations, and we’re always happy to help.

    Yes, most of the apps we make support both iOS and Android mobile platforms.

    Yes, nearly every mobile app that we build also needs a web-based application behind the scenes to drive it. Ever logged into an app? There is a web server in the background, serving the app with data that is checking whether you have permission to log in, or not.

    We don’t just blindly begin building your requirements; we start by having a meeting to understand the commercial factors that are driving the need for your project. We want to get to a position very quickly where we know enough to discuss the assumptions you’ve made about the features you require. Once we understand your business, we go to a lot of effort at the start of a project to work with you and scope out your requirements in detail.

    All of your requests and questions are addressed to ensure we give you a swift response, and that your work is prioritized appropriately. We also offer a range of support and maintenance options to ensure we are responsive to your requests after the launch date.

    Yes, we offer the option to engage us on an ad-hoc basis for support, or you may have monthly retainer options should you require a more consistent and reliable level of service.

    Yes, we highly recommend that you begin by launching the simplest possible version of your vision first and continue to adapt to it over time.

    We start by creating a central database that will hold all your data; we then put in place an interface (an API) to allow the web and mobile apps to send and receive this data.

    Almost certainly. The GDPR will affect your business if you have a website or store customer data. If you ignore the new rules then you may be liable for fines of up to 4% of your revenue , or €20 million, so you don't want to get this one wrong.

    Yes. We can host your project on our managed servers. If you have specific hosting requirements, intensive resource demands, or require something more specialized, then we can set you up with your dedicated cloud or load-balanced hosting environment.

    Our standard servers are backed up every day, both on-site via bare-metal backups in the event of a complete server failure, as well as in a secure redundant off-site location. This provides multiple layers of backup redundancy, allowing data to be recovered quickly and completely.

    Yes, we will need your support with testing the project. We have processes for testing and quality assurance, but the way that we think and use your app is different from how you do. You defined the project, and you know what you want better than anyone, so you’ll probably use and interact with what we’ve built in ways that we couldn’t have predicted.