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Having a great design for your website is certainly the first step towards having a successful business online. But once you've succeeded in catching people's attention, can you keep them interested? If your website is poorly structured, confusing in its navigation, and badly written, the person browsing will not hang around.

The average user only stays on a website for about 10-20 seconds, so you need to figure out how to keep them there for longer. And that's where we can be of help.

Find out...

  1. What we can do to make your website more user friendly

  2. The benefits of a professional rewrite

  3. How we can increase traffic through refining your SEO





How much does it cost?

That depends on what you want, and how much material we're dealing with. Small, simple websites can be reworded to sound more professional from only 50 per page. Tell us how much of an overhaul you want, and we'll assess your website for free, getting back to you with a cost within two business days.


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