Good Website Design Helps You…

Growth - Increase the size of the pie

Let’s be clear, Market Street develops websites.  We also provide ongoing website and social media management services.  In addition, we offer in-depth training and coaching for those who like to “do it yourself.”

However, when we build websites, or even renovate an old website, our real job is to improve your business or non-profit organization.

Getting a properly designed website will greatly improve your Internet presence.   A good website will help you grow and engage with your audience, have happier purchasers and get you more qualified leads.

If you are a business, this will obviously increase your income.  Whether you are a for-profit or a non-profit organization, this will increase awareness, improve engagement, and energize support for your mission.  Surprisingly, a good website combined with good processes will also give you more free time to focus on what you do best.

Our focus is to build websites that bring tangible value back to you, websites that are truly an investment – not an expense.  A good website is the core of your Internet presence and marketing.  Market Street makes sure that this foundation is setup properly and easy to maintain and update.

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-in to everything we do.

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

A Good Website Automates Your Social Media Posts & Email Newsletters

in contrast to website automation we are showing here a mid 1900's secretarial pool with dozens of people Photo by MissouriStateArchives
Photo by MissouriStateArchives

Welcome to the 21st century!  A well designed website won’t waste your time.  Why do things manually that a computer can do for you?  Articles posted on your website can be automatically sent to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and even to your email subscribers automatically.

That’s less work for you and more ways for your audience to find you and engage with you in the ways are are familiar and convenient to them.  No longer do you need to create content and copy and paste it into several different online media outlets, or even then add it to some third-party email newsletter service.

Create it once on your website and automatically publish excerpts to the appropriate social media outlets that target your audience and have it sent via email to your subscribers.  All of this sends people back to your website where they can learn even more about you and your organization.

A Good Website Puts You In Control

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Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and all of the other social media outlets are out of your control.  They frequently make changes without asking you.  When you think about it, what they do is for their benefit, not yours.  Sure, sometimes you both benefit.  But, your primary goal isn’t to increase Facebook’s audience and reach, it’s to improve yours.

Because you own your own website and use it as your online marketing hub, you get to control the message and the way that you audience engages with you.

We Can Build a Good Website and Help You Grow a Better Business

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 want good website designed to help you grow.

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