If you’re planning on launching a new website, taking time to choose the right website designer is essential.  
 
Get things wrong, and you could find yourself paying over the odds for a website that simply doesn’t deliver on your objectives, or provide a return on your investment. 
 
As always, it pays to ask the right questions! 
Website navigation is so important – and it can make or break the performance of your small business website.  
This month at itseeze Web Design Scarborough, we’re celebrating a huge milestone - our business is turning 5! 
Hundreds of websites. Dozens of industries. Thousands of connections and relationships made with businesses, organisations, and individuals across Ryedale, North Yorkshire, and the East Riding coast. 
 
It’s been a fantastic 5 years, and we would like to extend a huge thank you to all our clients - past and present - who have supported the business so far. 
 
We’ve got some big plans to grow the business, as we continue to provide our clients with websites that look fantastic and work perfectly in the real world. 
 
We can’t wait to see what the next 5 years will bring. 
We’re excited to announce that over the next few weeks we’ll be rolling out a big change – itseeze Web Design Ryedale is becoming itseeze Web Design Scarborough. 
Any website should provide a return on investment – but for many small businesses across the UK, this simply isn’t the case! 
At itseeze Web Design Ryedale, we see a lot of small business websites in Scarborough, Northallerton, and Whitby that vary massively in terms of quality and performance!  
 
In this post, we take a look at some of the most common mistakes small businesses make when it comes to their online presence. 
 
New Year Website Resolutions – How to Improve Your Small Business Website in 2019 
2018 has been another fantastic year at itseeze Web Design Ryedale, as we’ve helped dozens of small businesses in Malton, Pickering, Whitby and across the region to do more online with fantastic, easy to use websites that look great on any device. 
 
The web doesn’t stand still, and neither should your small business website. In this post, we look at some of the improvements you can make to your site to ensure it delivers for your business over the year ahead. 
Websites are just a fad – after all, only 4.1 billion people worldwide use the internet regularly! 
The world wide web is a passing phase, and though website traffic is growing year on year, and 55% of the world is now online, your customers aren’t going to be looking for you on the computer, are they? 
 
Print is due a massive comeback soon, we’ll all be reading local newspapers and looking in the phone book again by 2019… 
 
If you’re planning on wasting money on a new small business website in 2018 – here are the top 7 reasons why you shouldn’t. 
At itseeze Web Design Ryedale, we don’t work in the same way as most Yorkshire web designers and developers, in that we don’t ask for full payment upfront. 
Sometimes, we come across potential customers who have reservations about paying monthly – feeling that this means they end up paying more. 
 
In reality, the opposite is true! 
 
In this blog, we take a look at what’s included in our monthly payment plan, why we charge this way, and the benefits to our customers. 
For local businesses, appearing in local search engine results is really important. In fact, in 2017, Google stats revealed that 97% of consumers madea least one local search, with 12% making one every single day.  
If you’re not listed in the results, you are missing out on potential business. 
 
Thankfully, there are lots of things you can do to boost your rankings and gain competitive advantage in the local listings. In this post, we look at a quick, easy, and free way to boost the visibility of your site – registering on local business directories. 
 

Why register? 

Poor quality photography can ruin the best designed websites – putting off customers and preventing your business from performing online. 
Despite this, a lack of quality photography is one of the biggest challenges we face when creating websites. It’s often seen as an afterthought, and as somehow secondary to the build, when in reality, it should be an integral part of the design. 
 
In this post, we take a look at why high quality photography is so important to your website, examining some of the science behind the power of visual imagery, before looking at what makes great website photography. 
 
The power of visuals – the science 
 
There’s a reason people say that a picture paints a thousand words! 
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