Business consulting, custom websites, and a contemporary take on digital marketing fundamentals
Analytics and a post-build marketing consultation included. Ensure your content clearly reflects your business goals. Get predictions about future technical needs to reduce obstacles.
Fully-responsive design can easily increase costs by 30%, but certain design platforms allow Wong faster formatting for all screen sizes. A business page tailored to the consumer is expected to be mobile-friendly and hassle-free, and we know the most favorable tools for this job.
Perfect fundamentals. Efficient design saves you time.
Stay trendy and follow
digital marketing tips. Optimize and consolidate content, then make it obvious
to search engines and media.
Product placement. Easy searches. Minimal clicks and intuitive navigation.
Protect yourself from
cyber warfare- the largest and fastest-growing threat to online business. Hide
client data with strong design, reliable hosting, and safe practices.
Custom reporting is essential to growth for storefronts and any high-traffic sites. Discuss custom reporting and analytic options. Weekly or bi-weekly reports with hosting means Wong won’t let you fail from lack of a clear marketing plan.
Receive a personal phone number and email to contact your designated agent. Screen-sharing or video-call meetings are encouraged. The BrioDigital marketing agency provides 24/7 support and response times are nearly instant.
Design is fast with the growing community of designers and free code. Wong copies (and pastes) proven techniques and benefits from a variety of powerful tools included in his development platforms.
Effective design, competitive pricing, no overseas outsourcing! Negotiate directly. Necessary and optional expenses are explained clearly. Proposals drafted in under two days!
Want to outshine a competitor, push your brand to relevant audiences, or host ads for revenue? Need content writing, SEO growth, or a marketing campaign? Wong supports local advertising agencies, knows great online companies, and has his own free and paid marketing software preferences- accommodating all budgets.
Surprise your visitors with stunning graphics and media that Wong will create, find, or edit for you. Simply explain your needs and email any high-quality files. Wong will ensure it draws attention correctly and sync social media to keep your brand consistent.
Creating a business page of any kind will
rarely cost under $1k; the price is remarkably higher for complex programming, e-commerce, or large databases and secure information. However, Wong has specific tools geared toward small-business budgets and will search for
alternatives whenever possible. Wong is familiar with various 3rd-party applications that create storefronts, organize client data, send emails, and most common business functions. These require an account to be made and have limitations, but can easily save hours of programming and actually reduce your overall maintenance by staying up-to-date for you. Simple content and portfolio pages start very low! Unique features programmed from
scratch are at least $40/hr.
For a bargain price, you may not receive a CMS (content management system) to easily edit the website yourself. Or you might! Webflow and Wordpress have a powerful CMS and extremely easy-to-use editor perfect for swapping out text and images for a low monthly fee. Templates are perhaps the #1 method to saving time and money. If you don't choose a template, the next easiest way to convey your needs is to name example websites and list the features you like from them!
Wong specializes in simplicity and low-maintenance. Preventing mistakes with a solid design can save days of work. If you need a webmaster my team is available 24/7! You’ll regularly receive labor estimations for pre-established content
updates, keeping code up-to-date, managing user accounts, site-related
finances, etc. Maintenance and analytics are very affordable and absolutely necessary for consistent improvements and growth. A free post-build consultation includes a prediction about your future needs. A domain name is ~$20/yr and hosting on a truly reliable server with 99.999% up-time varies. That's all you need! Just ask for an estimate during your consultation!
If the website contains a lot of non-text/non-image content and is more than a year or two old, it might be a little expensive because old code can be slow to analyze or possibly wasn't designed for all devices. Wong will quickly point out the most expensive obstacles and probably find it cheaper to salvage some parts onto a new design template, hopefully eliminating troubleshooting/analysis times. Redesigns probably start around one or two thousand, but you can hear your estimate by sending a link to your website along with your goals and ideas!
With unique content! Wong is familiar with several industries and will identify your strengths and weaknesses immediately. From a graphic design perspective, hide your flaws by creating strong focus points around your best content. Also, offer consumers something they can’t get anywhere else and give viewers an exciting reason to visit the site again. Something as simple as a relevant poll can make a page feel more interactive. At the moment, video ads are scoring some of the most positive results for product sales.
Read here: Product Videos Conversion
Most design companies charge based on the estimated hours of labor (usually $40-60/hr but $100/hr is quite common). The problem is that many of these agencies outsource to foreign programmers with lower standards and poor communication so revisions and unique custom work turn out terrible. Outsourced work can't compare to my 100% professional results that increase sales the first week! Don't be a business owner that feels stuck trying to maintain social media because you lack a truly professional site. Every feature I build has a purpose towards driving meaningful traffic or converting visitors into clients.
Read here: 2016 Web Design Cost Report
What good is a visitor that doesn't do anything? They boost your traffic statistics and that's it. Give them a reason to do something. You have them in the palm of your hand for as long as they use their palms to navigate your site.
From page load to a few seconds later is critical to convince a customer to stay, and the following seconds are a precious window to convert them if the first glance didn't already. Don't waste anyone's time, especially not from the beginning.
A lame headline insinuates lame content will follow. Make them catchy and consider them the most important text on your page, aside from a call to action. After all, headlines are visually and organizationally emphasized over the rest of your text!
How valuable do you consider a single opt-in to your email program? Only one way to find out: Send out a thousand emails and track how many convert. Divide appropriately into sales $ and voila, you have an average price per email address! A/B test the format and content of future emails to constantly increase the return on each lead! By the way, you should A/B test practically everything when it comes to a business. Knowledge is power, and the best solution probably takes the statistically most successful routes.
A visitor needs to know what you are asking them to do. I'm at your website, now what? Clicking the about section to find out the purpose of your business is one too many clicks away. I recommend impressing the visitor and following up immediately with a call to action, preferably with just the very top of your homepage. But a deal that's too good to turn down followed up with something even more impressive works great too. Everything about your website should make this goal action intuitive. Set a goal for your audience and help them follow through from beginning, to shopping cart, to sleep, and back to your site another day, excited to browse.
It's extremely inefficient to work so hard to gain a customer just to lose them after one visit. If you're going to rip off a customer in price, at least make everything else pleasant and reliable and they'll come back if that's the only downside. After all, if they were fine enough with the first price to buy in, why wouldn't the pay the same thing or more again? Well, I can only think of product quality, customer service, and user experience. If you can't change the product, then you only have the buying process and support to improve!
Develop a brand that people actually care about. Modern businesses are treated like people. Be nice and pay your taxes and you'll probably have friends.
This helps with trust, and makes you look good. If you put a profile image next to each testimonial, people are more likely to relate to those past customer experiences just because it feels more human and real.
If you didn't garner enough trust from a potential buyer, a pinky-handshake might make them feel just good enough to not care.
Why would you risk not having and Instagram and Facebook thoroughly connected to your business? FB reviews can show on your Google My Business breakdown. FB and IG can offer the best value per promotion as well. $10 buys me over 50K impressions all the time and the platforms are simple to use for everyone!
If you want your product to sell today instead of next year, buyers need logic or emotion to convince them that earlier is best. If you don't have the best price in your market, what benefits do you offer over competitors? Perhaps you offer the best ease of use, reward points, charitable donations, fast shipping, raffle entry?
60% of customers that find video on small business sites play them! *According to GoDaddy's YouTube Webinar by Shawn. I have read countless articles claiming that product videos lead to 64-85% chance of purchasing, 70% conversion rate, 70% of marketers claiming that videos increase conversions to some extent... there are so many crazy high statistics supporting video ad efficacy that I won't even bother citing more.