Get ready for Part 2 in our series dedicated to helping you drive more web traffic towards your website!

     Social networking has become one of the fastest growing cultural phenominons of all time. In under a decade, Facebook has claimed the hearts of minds of 800 million+ people. Twitter grows faster by the day as more people realize that it’s not just used to let followers know when you’re using the bathroom, but that it can be used as a fun social playground as well as a useful business tool. Most organizations promote new products through their Twitter accounts which are broadcasted to thousands if not millions of users worldwide in an instant.

Your business's success depends on your website. When the website is poorly designed or doesn't contain relevant information, your visitors will question the professionalism of your business. We know that your homepage and the rest of your website needs to create a spectacular and long lasting impression.

With the help of the Drupal Company, the content management program we use, we have studied both the designs that have worked for highly successful companies and the websites that failed to live up to expectations. You can also benefit from the SCV HomeTown Web resources.

       This will be the first in a series of posts to help you figure out some ways to generate more traffic for your website. Customers love to see content flowing regularly; it shows that your organization is still active. And it’s great for SEO too!

If you are trying to expand your Santa Clarita business, having an online presence is a logical choice. If you are looking to start your own web site, you may not know where to begin. Much like your own business, you would like to present your business in a professional manner, and that is why professional web design is so important. They can build your business' website to your specifications, and make it look great. If you have thought about  professional web design for your company's website, but have been on the fence about, here are some things to consider.


Content management systems come in many shapes and sizes. When you want a flexible CMS that handles every situation you throw at it, you want Drupal. This open source CMS platform started off as a humble message board script back in 1999. It rapidly grew from there, thanks to community involvement, and began to transform into the CMS you see today.

Images are worth a thousand words, and ultimately your website is the front-line image many potential customers will have of your company. Whatever you have to say about your business through mission statements, products descriptions, blog posts or newsletters will only have an impact if your visual presence has an impact. Professional web design is all about guaranteeing a lasting impression.

Real Life Church, one of America’s fastest growing churches in 2013, came to us for a website that would match their vision. What we came up with was an appealing, clean, and compressed website. Navigation across the board became very easy as we combined three sites into one fully functional platform. We also increased the ease of sharing content to social media platforms to help branch out their exposure. We revamped the live broadcast page to be more responsive, alongside the downloadable media. Overall the look, tone, and feel of their site went right along with their campus and their branding.

A few weeks ago I talked about "The Benefits of Creative Web Design". This week I want to bring that topic back up and talk about More Benefits of Creative Web Design.

What Turns Web Design into Creative Web Design

Large companies can employ a chief marketing officer and a specialty staff when marketing, whether online or traditional, is done entirely in-house - it's what that department does all day, every day. Do you have an employee or a group with that kind of potential? More importantly, does your company have the capacity to support such a specialized human resources infrastructure?

Pleasing your customers with regard to your company website design in Los Angeles is one of our top priorities. Because of this customer driven need, it is essential that your website be both a useful portal into how your business is run and an enjoyable place for your customers to visit when they are seeking out your type of product or service. Attracting potential customers into your sales funnel is good, but keeping them coming back and referring others is even better. The following is a brief list of important subtopics to consider as you craft a website design for the dual purpose of customer education and enjoyable visitation.

Are you going into web development with a sizable consumer-base already in your pocket? There are some fun ways to keep your customers engaged while anticipating the launch of your website that will effectively promote your business in the process.