Why just a single page?


Sometimes it's all that is needed.


Compare it to a printed product. Many businesses need to produce lengthy documents and brochures to explain their background, product, services and technical capabilities.


Others choose to have an A5 leaflet.


Both serve similar objectives - a case of horses for courses.


A one page site is perfect for starter businesses, feeling their way.  Bear in mind that the site can always be expanded if circumstances change.


Have a look at the examples to get an idea of what you can achieve.


Just to set the record straight, I guess it's possible to publish War & Peace on a single page, so there are obviously limitations on the amount of content. Talk to me if you need clarification.

Your site can include such things as:


• Photo Galleries

• Slideshows

• Social Media links to Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc.

• Contact Forms

• Google Map showing your location


Sites include basic SEO and are mobile friendly.


Not too familiar with the internet?


Not sure what to include on your site?


Not too confident about writing the content?


No worries - that's why I'm here, and that's what I do.

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