Web presence refers to the appearance of an individual, company, or organization on the Internet. A company with a well-developed and highly visited website such as Google would have a high web presence. On the other hand, an organization with a poorly planned and dated website would have a low web presence.
Web Development Services
Having a website is almost a necessity for any business or organization to grow. Websites provide a level of modern credibility to their owners, and are an extension of their bricks-and-mortar business center. On its own, however, a webpage might be as effective as posting a business card to a billboard beside an 8-lane highway. To make it stand out and become an effective tool for your organization, it must be targeted to those interested in finding it.
Quiet City Design develops website with attention to form and function.
Modern design styles and techniques are used in the creative process to create a visually captivating website, representing the owner and accommodating the target audience. Interface design (how people navigate and receive the content) is carefully considered during the development of the website to maximize readability and browsing.
Search engine optimization (SEO) and content information hierarchy is crucial to increasing a website’s effectiveness. Quiet City Design continues to research SEO tools and techniques to boost rankings in the top search engines.
Social media has become a strategic aspect of any organization’s web presence. With minimal initial effort, social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter can boost targeted traffic to your website. Quiet City Design can help create and manage social media for your company, event or product.
Quiet City Design develops websites using content management systems (CMS) such as WordPress, Druple and Joomla knowing that many clients prefer to manage their content from within their organization. With a CMS framework, clients can publish and update content, pictures, videos and documents using a web browser from any computer, without knowledge of HTML, PHP or other programming languages.