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Web Design Barnsley? Many of our Barnsley clients come to us because we’re experts and they’ve been let down in the past. If that sounds like an experience that you’ve had, then we can help to provide a fantastic customer experience.
Web Design Barnsley? You may have heard of prices for websites being quoted as low as £100. What would you get for this? Probably not a lot. It wouldn’t even cover the discovery stage. And without this how can a web designer hope to develop a website which meets business needs? The short answer is…they can’t.
Then we hear of websites being developed for around the £500 – £600 range. Again this is quite cheap web design and not something we can see as viable.
Our Barnsley web design services start from £1275 and increase based on additional work that needs to be put into the development. Looking back at past projects over the years and adjusting for inflation our average cost for a Barnsley web design project as been in the region of £1800 for a brochure website and £3250 to £4500 for an e-commmerce website. But still if a business expects the website to rank well in search engines, they realise that the efforts are neverending and a website build is just the starting point. As competitors adapt and search engine algorithms change, if you’re not innovating and staying ahead of the herd, then you’re in fact falling behind. This is fair and what we’ve found many good web designers in Barnsley to charge. We’re all about providing value to Barnsley businesses and our clients certainly see the value in what we provide. If you find a web designer in Barnsley who’s willing to work for free or cheap, you need to question why. Perhaps they’re just starting out and can afford to undercut competitors, in order to build a portfolio. But ask yourself this, do they have the experience necessary to make your web design project a success – especially if it’s a redesign and you’re an established business. We’ve found that many other Barnsley web designers simply cannot do what we do. Web Design Barnsley? The answer is yes.
We provide websites for startup businesses in Barnsley, website redesigns for more established Barnsley businesses, e-commerce website design in Woocommerce, Opencart, and Magento, and brochure web design, local SEO, national SEO, global/international SEO, fast and secure web hosting, email marketing with autoresponders, lead magnets, squeeze pages, business branded email addresses, Microsoft 365 setup, support and maintenance, logo design, branding, printing through our partners, domain name registration and management, affiliate marketing, Google Ads design, optimisation and management, Facebook Ads design, optimisation and management, and a full digital marketing service, landing pages, thank you pages, sales funnels, CRM management, search engine optimisation consultations. And much more.
Being from Barnsley, we love our little town. Located in the heart of South Yorkshire, with great transport links with neighbouring towns such as Doncaster, and cities like Sheffield, Rotherham and Leeds. Just over one hour on the train to Manchester and a couple of hours from lovely seaside locations such as Whitby and Scarborough. Need some shopping? Jump in the car and down the M1 to Meadowhall, Sheffield. In Barnsley town centre itself, you’ll find Market Kitchen, a new addition to our fantastic town where you have a choice of Indian good, Thai, Duck, Greek Giros, homemade stone baked pizza, and deserts such as icecream. There’s also a few traditional greasy spoons, which are always nice for a fry up and a cup of tea. There’s a nice little local coffee shop too, which provides a nice change to having a Costa. If you like your art then there’s Experience Barnsley Museum which is in Barnsley Town Hall. The old Yates’s Wine Lodge has now been concerted into a nice little bar and homemade pizza place. There’s Favela Brazilian Grill if you like to try lots of different types of meats. For real ale there’s Old No. 7 and a few other nice little local bars. Barnsley has a great history and in currently being developed. We’ve just had a new library – Library @ the Lightbox. One of my favourite places to visit in Barnsley is the Lamproom Theatre, where you can see live shows.
If I wasn’t from Barnsley and was planning a trip here, here’s what I’d be planning on spending my time doing. I’d start off on the outskirts of Barnsley at Elsecar Heritage Centre which is a lovely little place to be. I’d start out by checking out the Elsecar Heritage Railway which can found found towards the rear of the centre. I’d then do a bit of sightseeing and shopping in some of the lovely little craft shops and have a cup of tea and a piece of cake in one of the local cafes. Then, to walk off my cake, I’d park up at one of the Trans Pennine Trail routes and have a lovely scenic walk down the canal. Later on I’d head into Barnsley Town Centre and visit the Experience Barnsley Museum to take in the history of Barnsley. Then I’d head out of town to the Wentworth Castle Gardens and take in the beautiful views and fresh air. Next up would be a visit to Pot House Hamlet. Then I’d head to Wigfield Farm to see the animals. Heading back to Barnsley town centre I’d have a stroll around Locke Park before heading for an evening meal at Market Kitchen, some Indian food or perhaps pizza I think. Finally I’d see a live show at the Lamproom Theatre. I’d probably be tired by then so will have booked a lovely little local bed and breakfast to refresh myself.
If they give you a vague response, or say it’s just about good design or design a good website and it will take care of itself, then this should be a big red flag. Having a website designed and then neglecting SEO is like having business cards designed then just leaving them in a drawer. Without SEO hardly anyone will see your website and you won’t get much business from it.
If they say by tomorrow, then that’s a red flag. About a week and they’re either got no work and can work solely on your website, with no other clients, all week. A couple of weeks starts to become more realistic but might be a case of them overpromising and underdelivering when it comes down to it. A month seems reasonable but this depends on the project. Three months might be too long unless it’s a bigger project. So at least a month and maybe up to a couple of months. Again it all depends on project scope. Also, a client’s ability to come back with assets when necessary and revision feedback, etc.
If you want to edit your website you should be able to. If you prefer your developer to edit it, then that service should be offered to. Flexibility is key here.