The MorganAlley Websmiths

The MorganAlley Websmiths

The MorganAlley Websmiths locationStreatham, Greater London

(1 Review)

We craft effective modern websites for our customers, we make them easy to manage them but most importantly we make them useful - our websites do hard work for our customers, make their work easier and more productive and we have the case studies to prove it.

We design websites from the start to be attractive for viewers and search engines, and we don't use dodgy tricks. or obsolete techniques; we focus on legitimate ways to improve search engine rank on a continuous basis.

All our sites are designed from the start to be accessible to people with disabilities. We can show you there's no reason websites that meet accessibility standards have to be ugly.

We know websites that are aesthetically attractive, express trustworthiness. What we also know how to do is to make sure the engineering behind the beautiful design is top notch so that they get seen, are appreciated and trusted when they are seen, and are still able do hard work for you. Our websites aren't just a pretty face!

We build all our sites so that their owners can manage the site themselves and don't need a degree in technology to do so. If you can send an email, you can create a new page because we build all our sites in our content management system.

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Review of The MorganAlley Websmiths by Greg Burke
5 26/02/2014 Greg Burke

Lee won't just make you a great website, he'll make you a great website that helps you make money.

His designs are clean, beautifully designed and most importantly incredibly intuitive. But they are also very, very clever.

His approach is honest, creative and good-humoured and I wouldn't hesitate in recommending him.

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What makes a great website?

A website that is attractive to human beings and to Google. This generates traffic to the site. Once people arrive at the site, we share our cutting edge research with our customers to help them create ways to get more prospects and customers.

What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?

What is the purpose of your website? Do you want it to get you prospects to communicate a marketing message market to? Do you want the SEO to be built into the website so that you managing it builds your SEO for you? Do you want advanced ecommerce workflows to manage sales funnels for completed shopping carts as well as abandoned carts? Are you looking for a designer/developer with advanced marketing skills to help you stay ahead of the online marketing curve? If you answered yes to any of these, we can help. Get in touch.

What do you love most about your job?

Watching a plan come together - building each step and seeing the pieces begin to work together to execute the plan.

What inspired you to start your own business?

We both worked for he 3rd largest ISP at the time, we built the secure operations centre for them, designed the web hosting systems then worked on some of the biggest ecommerce sites in the UK. When we started MorganAlley we wanted to bring the enterprise technology and magic to small businesses on their budgets. We have been even more successful at doing that than we ever imagined!

Why should our clients choose you?

We know our stuff, but as important, we have the experience to know what doesn't works, or is a waste of our customers' time or money. We build websites that work hard for them, doing high-value Big-Business class things (SEO, sales workflows, etc) so they can concentrate on doing what they're good at.

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