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I need a website for my small business. Where do I start?

When building a website, the best place to start is with a plan. Working through this you will have the blueprint for a successful website.


How important is it to have a website for my business?

A well designed and managed website, that is mobile friendly helps with credibility, builds trust and leads to more business.


What is website hosting?

Whether you develop it yourself or someone else does, a website needs to live somewhere so it can be viewed. This is known as hosting.


I am concerned about my site being hacked. How do I prevent this?

Website break ins are commonplace. Follow our best practices to make your website as unappealing to a hacker as possible.


Can I change what the website looks like?

To preserve affordability and quality, you can make changes, to a point.


What is the best WordPress theme for my website?

Choosing the best theme or design for your website requires some planning, strategy and time. We explain how best to do this.


How many months would it take to build a website?

A website’s build length is affected by a number of factors. This article will be covering the most important ones.


How do I brief a logo design?

A logo is the face of your business and brand identity. Briefing its design requires focus, boundaries, time and commitment.


What’s the big deal about having a mobile friendly website?

Most people will engage with your website using a mobile device. Make sure your website delivers the right experience for any device.

Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.

—Steve Jobs