SMART WEB DESIGN THAT OPTIMIZES ALL STAGES OF THE BUYER'S JOURNEY SO
THAT YOUR WEBSITE CAN SELL FOR YOU MORE OFTEN
We all know how important a website is to a business's online strategy, but what does it really take to have a great website that drives visitors, leads and revenue?
Unlike other Seattle web design firms, our roots began in SEO. Our clients receive the best out-of-the-box SEO setup with our WordPress or Hubspot COS websites.
We provide ongoing SEO management for clients who want to take their business to the next level with Inbound Marketing Services.
Growing a business takes more than a fancy website, but it's a start.
Fannit gets to know everything about your business before we think about a web design for you. In addition to revenue and client growth goals, we want to know about your culture, your sales process, who your top clients are, and how you are currently investing in marketing to grow your business.
Check out some of our designs: On The Vine | Spark Works Media | The Jones Firm
How you sell is as important as how your prospects buy from you.
Fannit seeks to understand your selling processes and your buyers processes so we can create a web design that helps facilitate the process of your buyers' journey.
In other words, Fannit website designs engage visitors on your site whether they are ready to buy from you now or want to educate themselves about your services.
Yes, sometimes a website doesn't need a new design, just some Conversion Rate Optimization. This is the process of A/B testing certain page designs until we reach an optimal rate of conversions from traffic into leads.
Take a look at a site where we achieved a 25% overall lead conversion rate: On the Go Moving & Storage
In order to know if our web design is good, we need to understand how yours is currently performing.
Before we launch your new website design, we establish success metrics that tell us how our new design is performing and making a difference for your business.
Most website design only companies don't go through this part of design because they aren't focused on how well your new website performs, they're focused on just making it look good.
Our SEO/SEM team looks at overall performance metrics like new traffic, lead conversion rate, and new leads. We also look at engagement metrics like average time on site, bounce rate, and average number of pages per visit.
Finally, we look at site health metrics with signals like site authority and trust, as well as keyword rankings.
Website designs that outperform all others include marketing automation.
You are investing in a new website design because you want your internet marketing to bring you more, or better, leads. That is what Fannit wants too!
A great website design in and of itself does not bring you more - or even better - leads. If your site has already helped you build your business and you are ready for growth, a new design is only one part of the picture.
Marketing automation enables you to make the most of your new design and the Content Marketing you're doing for your business.
In order to understand what's improved, you have to have metrics.
Understanding success metrics means knowing where you've been and where you are now. It's the key to moving to the next level in terms of leads and sales performance.
A great website shows great performance.
We help walk you through the process so that you're clear on where things started, where they are at, and where they are moving to in terms of success.
People buy services from people, not websites.
A website with social proof strategically placed in your new web design shows your prospects you work with real people who have had real experiences with you and your business.
Our Social Media Marketing services can help you enhance your new web design.
Whether you are building a business with over $10M in annual revenues, or launching a new brand/ funded start up, it all requires finding and building a community.
Fannit takes a targeted influencer marketing approach to tap into the right social community, which allows us to enhance your website design.
We're not talking fluffy posts about bunnies in the woods, but real connections through Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and other key platforms.