has an exclusive systematic website development process.
1. What’s the purpose of your website?
Most small business owners would answer “…to close more sales,” and they would be correct. Your website is an important tool for revenue growth.
2. What is the goal of your website?
Make the phone ring? Aggregate email newsletter subscribers? Direct sales? Simple validation. Or a combination of purposes. We help you create a strategy and plan before designing and coding your business website for maximum return for your investment.
Website Sprawl is a real problem!
LikeCatcher has solved this problem. Our years of experience have been refined into a 5-Phase website development process.
- At the beginning of your project, we will provide a To-do List to assist you in the process of collecting the content we will need to create your new website.
- If you choose for LikeCatcher to write your content, our content writer will contact you and manage the collection and creation of the content.
- We may also give you a Design Brief that will help us understand the colors and designs you prefer for your new website which will be used in Phase 2 of our website development process.
- If a new logo design is part of the project, we will begin to create the design concept after your new logo has been completed. Because the website design needs to coordinate with your logo.
- Phase 1 concludes when we receive in full the assembled content for the website, including the completed To-Do List, Design Brief, and all assets (logos, photos, videos, etc.) that will be used on the web.
- Based on the information you provide in the Design Brief and other assets you supply, LikeCatcher will create a design concept that serves your goals.
- We will work with you to adjust the design concept until you are satisfied.
- Phase 2 concludes when you approve the design concept for your website.
- The design concept approved in Phase 2 is developed into WordPress website. Pages are built and functionality is added.
- Phase 3 concludes when we complete the website and submit it to you for revisions.
Revisions & Approval
- You review the website for design and content. Then create a list of revisions that LikeCatcher needs to do.
- Phase 4 concludes when you approve the requested revisions and the final payment is received.
- LikeCatcher makes your website live on your domain name.
Our website development process in short order:
- Content because people search for websites to be educated or entertained, make a decision, or buy something.
- Concept because the design need to make finding the content easy and enjoyable.
- Development because all the pieces need to be assembled for form and function.
- Revisions because the client is the boss. They the prerogative to change their mind and make final decisions.
Approval because it’s your website. It represents your business and future revenue.
- Launch because your are ready to invite the world to your new home on the internet.
This is a flexible website development process to achieve your unique website requirements.
Websites are relatively cheap!
What did we do before the internet to market our businesses? Before websites we had the Yellow Pages. Businesses would actually have to pay about $10,000 dollars and more every year to the telephone company for a single 1/8th page print ad under their classification. In 1999 alone, my previous business had pay over $25,000 for four ads in three area phone books. Telephone books and Yellow Pages are nonexistent today. Totally replaced by websites and search. Even the Yellow Pages have been reduced to a web only business.
Actionable Responsive Web Design is essential and critically important.
A responsive web design site automatically changes its layout to match the users device screen size, and be easily readable on any computer, tablet, or smartphone. Search engines, such as Google, give priority to Mobile First website design.
LikeCatcher specializes in Actionable Responsive Web Design. 80% of people are surfing the internet on mobile devices like cell phones & tablets. Visitors abandon websites that can’t be easily viewed on their smart phone. If your website is more than 2 years is probably not, a mobile friendly, responsive website. Google may depreciate your unfriendly website in search too!