Do you work with the Social Care industry with a need for a website or need a refresh? Do you want it to rank high on Google? Fill in the free website review form at the top of the page and find out how we can help you.
Wondering how much it costs to build a website for your business? Thinking about designing your own website but don’t have the time or skill set to do so? Unsure of the difference between design and development?
Your website is not just a modern day storefront, it is also a sales person you can use to your advantage if optimised correctly. Your first impression with potential customers counts. It should reflect your brand, be easy to use, and get you more customers. Here at Funky Howler, we listen to the goals of the business and define the customer persona when designing our websites. The result is a beautiful, user-friendly web design that encourages your visitors to take action by creating landing pages with conversion in mind. Call us today for a quote.
Why is mobile web design vital for your social care sector?
Web Design & Web Developer for the Social Care Industry
A mobile version is a way to put together a website that mechanically scales its content and elements to equal the screen size on which it is viewed. It prevents the visitors on mobile devices from requiring to do extra effort to read the content. Garden Centres need images on their website to entice clients to buy your products. 88% of peaches are completed on a mobile.
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Why is SEO important for your Social Care website?
Search Engine Optimisation services for Social Care & Cares
With great potential for suppling information for your county, it' is no surprise there are so many carers in existence today, making it a highly competitive caring and social care industry sector. Thus, for a social care company to be the one that people choose, it has to stand out above an exceptional level of competition primarily online. This is where SEO services become vital.
If your social care company has a website, then SEO is imperative if you wish to ensure your website produces a good stream of quality new enquiries from potentially profitable new clients in a faster and better way.
An average person needing a care to maintain their health will search online by typing in something like “carers London" or “cares near me" Now the social carers companies who have good SEO will appear at the top of the search results, and the user will most likely click one or more of the first three to five search results.
So, the social care companies with competent SEO optimised websites will see a significant growth in traffic, which in turn will result in further new business. However, the websites not appearing on the front page of the results will undoubtedly loose business due to their site not being optimised to be found in the top search results.
Therefore, social care companies and carers need to make sure their website appears high in Google and the other search engines when likely clients are searching for “carers London” and “social care in my area” and all other interrelated phrases that will bring the right kind of traffic to the site.
Funky Howler is a mover SEO firm that specialises in improving social care companies' search presence, achieve higher rankings, increase revenue, and acquire a constant stream of new customers by providing first-class search engine optimisation services. So, next time you need expert help to make your website appear on the front page of the search results on Google, Yahoo, and Bing, you know where to turn.
If you work in social care or as a social carer and would like to see your website appearing higher in the search engine results, speak to us to find out how we can help by calling 0203 302 3515.
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