Our Service Areas
Local Service Areas include:
Metro Vancouver, Tri-Cities, and the Fraser Valley.
Expanded Service Areas include
the rest of Canada, North America/U.S.
A web development agency that understands the challenges different municipalities face.
There are many ways your municipality affects your business. One of the most obvious examples of this is your business' physical address. If your coffee shop is located on Robson Street in Vancouver, it'll probably have much more foot traffic throughout the day a coffee shop located in a semi-industrial part of Coquitlam. But it's not just your walk in traffic that your address affects. It's your online presence as well.
Your online presence is affected by your business' physical location.
One critically important thing we tell out clients is this: your business' physical address will affect your rank in search results.
A simplified example of how your physical address is helping and hurting you.
When a person Google's a product or service, Google first looks at the searchers search term and their current location. It then looks scours its database looking for business' closest to the users location whom match the given search term. It then presents the list to the searcher in what you've probably heard called organic ranking. For many service orientated businesses, such as tradespeople, this is extremely frustrating because their service area is much wider than the city their physical address is located in.
For many service orientated businesses, such as tradespeople, this is extremely frustrating because their service area is much wider than the city their physical address is located in.
We consider details like these extremely important because they'll heavily affect the SEO plan, SEM package and marketing plan we design for you.
What our Website Design Services include:
Our Local Service Areas:
- Metro Vancouver
- Fraser Valley
- Pitt Meadows
Our Expanded Service Areas
- Rest of Canada
- United States/North America
Please Note: We also use telecom software (Skype, Zoom, Screenshare, etc.) to conduct businesses with people outside of our local service areas (and phone/email, of course).