Good Website Design Helps You…

Growth - Increase the size of the pie

A website done properly will help you grow and engage with your audience, create real connections, have happier purchasers, and get you more qualified leads.    

Whether you are for-profit or non-profit, good website design will increase awareness, improve engagement and energize support for your mission and brand.  

A good website will become part of an online marketing presence that is truly an investment not an expense.  Your website is the core of your Internet presence and online marketing.  Market Street makes sure that this foundation is setup properly, easy to maintain, update and expand.

Market Street develops good websites.  But we also do much more.  We provide ongoing website and social media management services.  We offer experienced, in-depth training and coaching.  We also offer comprehensive real-world strategic technology consulting and direction.  

We know that our true mission is to improve your business or non-profit organization by truly working smarter, not harder. With 25+ years of professional experience we can help you grow your organization, reduce costs and work more efficiently and effectively.

A Good Website Gets Found Easily

A small boy holding a magnifying glass as if to say: I'm searching for you, where are you? - Photo by baranco1
Photo by baranco1

Search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo love websites that we design because smart SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is built into everything we do.

We go a step further and make sure you get even better search engine rankings.  With our training and coaching we show you simple ways that you can tune your marketing materials for better results.  No “black-hat” or “fly-by-night” techniques.  Only tried-and-true “search engine friendly” methods and common-sense strategies that anyone can use.

A Good Website Saves Time & Money

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Photo by MissouriStateArchives

Welcome to the 21st century!  A well designed website actually saves you time.  

Articles posted on your website have excerpts automatically sent to your social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, etcetera.  In addition, your articles can be automatically sent to your email newsletter subscribers.  All of which leads people back to your website where they can learn more about you and your organization.

That’s less work for you and numerous ways for your audience to find and engage with you.

No longer do you need to create content and copy and paste it into several different online media outlets, and then add it to some expensive third-party email newsletter service.

Create content once on your website.  Let your website automatically publish excerpts to the appropriate social media outlets and send email newsletters to your subscribers.  That’s less work for you and more ways to reach your audience.  

A Good Website Puts You In Control

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Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and all of the other social media outlets aren’t employees of yours. They are completely out of your control.  They frequently make changes.  What they do is for their benefit, not yours.   

Your primary goal isn’t to increase Facebook’s audience and reach, it’s to improve yours. Your website is your online marketing hub, you get to control the message and the way that you audience engages with you.

Surprisingly, a good website combined with good processes will give you more free time to focus on actually running your business or NPO.

Let Us Build You A Good Website & Help You Grow

Whether you are a non-profit organization or a for-profit corporation, let Market Street help you improve your existing website and social media presence and get them working together in harmony.

Contact us if you really want to grow.

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