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When is Father’s Day 2017 in the UK?

The date of Father’s Day changes every year so make a note of the date it falls on in 2017 via Wales http://ift.tt/2qiVd1F https://showcavesuk.wordpress.com/2017/05/15/when-is-fathers-day-2017-in-the-uk/

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When is the Eurovision Song Contest 2017? Dates for the semi-final and grand final

It’s nearly time for the biggest music extravaganza on the planet. These are all the dates and times you need via Wales http://ift.tt/2pXtSS5

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How to select good UK web designers?

How to select good UK web designers:

If you are looking for a good uk web designer then this post on, how to select good UK web designers, is for you?  

We have listed 5 easy steps to follow in order to help you to choose a good UK web design company.  

Follow these 5 Easy steps and whether you choose the UK web designers who wrote this article, or someone else, at least you will pick someone who can design and build a great and functioning website  for you.

5 easy steps for selecting good UK web designers

Find some websites

1.Go to a prospective UK Web Designers Website and make a list of their “Good” and “Bad” points.

Jot down the good points

2.Good points would be; good consistent design, good user ability,  good interactivity & engagement, up to date look & feel with use of modern technology (videos, blogs, social media, e-commerce, graphics etc.), use of terminology such as “business objectives”, “return on investment (ROI)”, “your revenue goals”, “lead generation”, “increase sales” etc. as well as good grammar, mention of things such as copy writing services & search engine optimisation (SEO) services, to make your site becomes a worthwhile investment, lack of  jargon, good descriptive keyword page names (as seen in URL of each page).

Jot down the bad points

3.Bad points would be; bad inconsistent design, long page loading times / bad user ability, little or no interaction or engagement,  outdated look & feel with no use of newer technology (e-commerce, blogs, social media, videos, graphics), use of terminology like “branding”, “beautiful”, “passion”, “creative”, “making a difference” etc. as well as bad grammar, lack of mention about copy writing and search engine optimisation services, over use of jargon, one word non descriptive page names (as seen in URL of each page).

Assess the package – what you get for your money, extra costs etc.

4.Look at what they are charging and what you get for your money (Web design, Support, Hosting, Domain Registration, Additional Services, Emails, Security, Knowledge, Experience etc.)

Assess the value for money proposition and choose the best overall offering for you!

5.Select someone who has most or all of the good points, little or non of the bad point and who offers as much as possible in way of services, extra services and support for as good a price as possible (the company offering the “best value for money proposition” – not always the cheapest price).

Should you wish to buy your new website from 333 Websites or want to contact them to discuss their service, or your website requirements further, please click the relevant link.

  
The How to pick a good UK Web Development Company? post was written “By Mike Armstrong”from UK SEO Agency MA Consultancy, WelshBiz Marketing Brand.

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