Scottish Based Web Development Experts
Your website is probably one of your most valuable business growth assets. When it's running correctly, has the right look and feel, the right content and dependable underlying technology, it will attract potential customers. All things being equal if your website visitors are presented with a compelling reason to contact you, they will.
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Technology We Love
Like most web development agencies, we have a preferred tech stack. For many of our website builds we use the Joomla Content Management System. We know Joomla inside out and we've been using it successfully since 2006.
We're also somewhat fond of WordPress and many of the clients we look after came to us with a WordPress website, usually in need of some updates, upgrades and TLC. We'd never choose to build a new site using WordPress unless the client specifically wanted it but as more than half the websites in the world run on this platform, it would be rude not to support it.
When it comes to an all in one marketing and sales platform, we love Hubspot™. We use Hubspot for our own marketing automation, CRM and blog and we're also considering moving out entire web presence to it. It's fair to say we're heavily invested in Hubspot and we're Gold Hubspot Partners.
It All Starts With A No Obligation Discovery Call
When it comes to web development it's important you find the right partner. You need a team you like, a team that takes the time to understand your needs and a team you are confident can deliver the right outcome for your business.
That's why we have a discovery call with all prospective clients. It's an opportunity to get under each other's skin to make sure we are definitely the right web development team for your needs. Sorry if this seems like it's stating the obvious but our experience of helping clients recover from working with the wrong partner suggests our approach isn't common practice.