UK Small Business Website Design and Management

When it comes to small business website design and consultancy, Visualeze have a long history. I continue to offer design and development services aimed at both non-profit and educational organisations. The covers both B2B & B2C companies, and especially those with involvement with the green business sector. This includes supplying a full range of e-commerce solutions, social membership & community websites, sites built for specific conferences and events, as well as portfolio and classic ‘brochure’ websites.

New clients are greeted with a friendly, honest and jargon-free approach to doing business together. The sole end purpose is to provide services that work for the client. This in in terms of bringing success to their venture and doing so within an acceptable budget.

Delivering Websites to Businesses and Not-for-Profits Since 2001

I am very much the small business myself and thus understand the needs and restrictions of small businesses. I do believe there are two important factors in creating a fair and positive ongoing client-contractor relationship. First it is about maintaining open, honest and friendly communications with each and every client. Then make sure from the very beginning that the desired result[s] of each project is/are clear to both parties.

To ensure the quality of my service I restrict my work to WordPress website builds, SEO work, social media consultancy and providing eCommerce solutions.

I carry out all my work in-house and I do not sub-contract out projects. Therefore, I only start a website build once a time frame has been set out and agreed with the client. Thus you can be sure I will give your project my full attention.

Who Are My SEO Clients?

Who Are My Clients?

Green business websites include Green Roof Training [ an online membership site ], the Green Infrastructure Consultancy, Green Roof Shelters and Halsted Rain. Not-for-profits include a 2015 website for the Thames Estuary Partnership. Also sites for Greater Thames Marshes Nature Improvement Area, Raingardens.info and many more.

I have recently finished the French version of the DIY Green Roof Guide plus complete a rebuild of Livingroofs.org. 2017 began with a conference website roll out and another in the pipeline as well as a couple of smallish brochure sites now at the testing phase.

Most new business arrives by referral and recommendation from existing clients. Which is as much a testimonial as anyone could ask for.

Where Are My Website Clients Based?

Where Are My Clients?

I work with and am trusted by small business clients in London, Brighton, Essex, Sussex, Bedfordshire, Herts and Oxfordshire. I have also developed websites for Greenwich Council as well as building sites for environmental & sustainability organisations [national and international]. Alongside this is the provision of the web presence for an increasing number of eco/green businesses, conferences and events.

Contact me to find out if what you need is up my street [ and whether I am your cup of tea ]. Whether it be a new site or a redesign or some help and consultancy on SEO or web marketing strategies.

I focus on developing bespoke websites, but if you prefer a ready made template website then still get in touch.

Recent Thoughts on Business Website Matters

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