WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
Chris Brothers - Everlong Films
"We are delighted with our SEO results and we're now getting consistent enquiries every week, also we're ranking #1 for multiple keywords!"
Harita Govindia - Blue Shield Fire
"B2B Surge were able to take our old unresponsive website and transform it into a fully responsive design in no time at an unbeatable price."
Lorcan Parnell - Rossiters Ltd
"B2B Surge were really friendly and helpful, they quickly picked up where the previous designer left off and optimised our landing page exactly how we wanted."
How does the payment process work?
Before we start a project a 30% deposit needs to be paid. Once we receive design sign off from you we collect another 20% before we move into coding your website. The final 50% is collected on completion and the website will be launched once the final payment has been received.
Do I own my website?
YES! - Every website that we build is 100% owned by you.
Do you work with platforms like Wordpress?
YES! - Wordpress is highly recommended and the benefits of this platform are endless especially if you want to update the content of your website yourself. Wordpress is a content management platform that powers over 30% of the internet.
Web Design or Web Development - What's the difference?
Web Design and Web Development are the terms that reference two different aspects of the website building process, they require two unique skill sets. Why is it important that you know the difference as you look for someone to design and develop your company's website?
In essence, web design refers to both the aesthetic portion of the website and it's usability. Web designers will create the layout along with other visual elements of the website and this is the service you need if your website is just going to act as a static brochure for your business.
Companies looking for a website or a re-design of their existing website may be confused by the blurred lines surrounding the terms "Web Design" and "Web Development". At B2B Surge we are able to do both, hopefully this page has helped clear up the common misconception that design and development are the same thing.