Is your website beginning to look or act like the ghost of Christmas past? The coming Festive Season may be just the time to give it the gift of attention that will repay you throughout the coming year.
At The Village Websmith in Tintern, the 12 Days of Christmas is coming early, so from the 12th to the 23rd of December, anyone can drop in for a detailed analysis of their website to make sure it is still performing well, and if not, what is needed to bring it back on beam.
As this is a busy time of year for everyone, we will be open throughout the 12 days, including Saturday and Sunday, to give everyone a chance to come and visit.
Every visitor will be treated to a nice cuppa and some mince pies to show that we are truly in the spirit of the season.
Oh, and just to put a little icing on the Christmas web cake, any work that you book as a result of this surgery will attract a 25% discount. Happy Christmas one and all!
The web is constantly evolving and a site that was doing a great job for you just a few months ago may well have fallen behind the competition.
To make sure that your site is appealing to search engines and human visitors, has a powerful message and gets the response you need, put it through the WARS. In this case that stands for the Website Analysis and Reporting Surgery. This is a face to face meeting with your local Village Websmith to go through your site in detail and offer advice on helping it give better results.
With experience of developing effective websites for small businesses going back to 2003, and a history of sales and marketing success before that reaching back to 1976, The Village Websmith has the experience and knowledge to bring your site up to scratch fast.
Attendance is free and you will take away a full report to do with as you please. Booking is essential to reserve your time slot so that we can make sure everyone gets the attention they deserve. Book online or call us for more information.
What will be analysed
- Search Engine Performance
- Mobile friendliness
- Current page position on major search engine results pages
- URLs and their influence on getting found
- Site titles
- Keywords and description
- Content keyword/keyphrase density and distribution
- Alternate and title texts
- Image file names
- Site speed
- Accessibility issues
- Site Content
- Customer focus
- Message power
- Key points positioning
- Jargon free copy
- Word count
- Alternative phraseology use
- Questions vs statements
- Hot button appeal
- Spelling, grammar and punctuation
- Site Layout
- Ease of navigation
- Legibility and accessibility
- Fonts and colours
- Visual appeal
- Buttons & images vs text links
- Wow! Factor
- File size
- Speed of loading
- File naming
- Picture quality
- Response mechanism
- Ease of responding
- Security and anti-spam measures
- Phone vs email
- Enquiry handling
- Number of channels
- Social Media
- Your goals
- Channels used
- Their contribution
- Value for time
- Legal stuff
- Required information
- Other policies
- Data protection
- Equal opportunitites and the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA)
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is plenty of parking at the Bridges Community Centre, it is easy to find and close to Monmouth town centre.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Either email email@example.com or call on 0203 239 0350 or 07703 290243
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes, anyone from your business is welcome to attend.
Can I update my registration information?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, but it is important to contact us for a time slot to avoid any waiting around and to make sure that you get individual attention
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
When & Where
The Village Websmith, Tintern
The web can be a faceless and global resource. The role of the Village Websmith is to make this work for local business and to make it a highly personal process. We will never work for anyone we can't meet face to face in order to get a full understanding of their business so that it can be promoted most effectively, not just on the web but through all appropriate media. With sales and marketing experience going back to 1976, focused on the web since 2003, all the experience and skill you need to bring to bear on your marketing and promotion is here.