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Frequent Questions2021-06-01T14:00:35+01:00

Some Answers To Stuff You
Need To Know.

What are SERPs?2021-05-12T22:15:33+01:00

SERP stands for Search Engine Results Page. These pages display the results that are served to users when they search for something online using a search engine, such as Google.

What is ROI?2021-05-12T22:14:52+01:00

ROI stands for Return On Investment. It’s a performance measure used to evaluate the efficiency or profitability of gaining a return from an investment. To calculate ROI, the benefit (or return) from an investment is divided by the cost and the result is expressed as a percentage or a ratio.

What’s an Infographic all about?2021-05-12T22:14:27+01:00

Infographics are carefully designed amalgamations of visual text and graphics. They are intended to increase information retention by quickly conveying it using memorable storytelling.

What is a Meme?2021-05-12T22:14:01+01:00

The term meme comes from the Greek word “mimema”, which means “imitated”. It’s generally an idea, behaviour, or style that spreads by means of imitation from person to person and often carries symbolic meaning that represents a particular phenomenon or theme. When someone says meme nowadays, they’re probably referring to an internet meme. Which is a piece of media, often humorous, that spreads rapidly through the internet.

What is SEM?2021-05-12T22:13:36+01:00

SEM stands for Search Engine Marketing. It’s is a form of pay-per-click (PPC) advertising that promotes your content at the very top of search engine results pages (SERPs) like Google and Bing. The publisher of the ad pays a fee each time a user clicks on the paid search result.

What is PPC marketing?2021-05-12T22:13:12+01:00

PPC stands for Pay Per Click. This is a type of digital advertising where you only pay when consumers click on your adverts. The most popular platforms that use this model are Bing, Google search and YouTube. Generally ads appear within search result pages, next to the relevant organic results.

What is your registered office address?2021-05-12T22:12:39+01:00

Our official companies house registered address is…

Six One Enterprises Limited
Old Chambers
93-94 West Street
United Kingdom

What is your VAT number?2021-05-12T22:12:20+01:00

We are registered in the United Kingdom with HMRC for VAT and therefore must add VAT to all our services. Our VAT number is GB134823127.

How much do you charge?2021-05-12T22:12:04+01:00

Our fees are reasonable, competitive and vary depending on the service provided. They’re available to clients on request. For a free quote please call us on +44 (0) 1252 713 540 or you can also enquire using the form on our contact page.

What are your payment terms?2021-05-12T22:03:13+01:00

We normally present invoices in arrears, at the end of each month or on completion of work, whichever comes first. Subscription services are invoiced at the start of each period.

For large special projects where a fixed price has been agreed, a 25% deposit of the agreed fee, is required at the beginning of the project. If the project is scheduled to last for more than one month, we will invoice a further 25% at the beginning of month two, with the balance due on completion.

Please settle all invoices in full 30 days net following the invoice date. For more information, please review our terms of business.

Who owns the website that you produce?2021-05-12T22:01:49+01:00

On completion of a project following sign-off and final payment, your website and the content within it, belongs to you. On request we will provide all files related to the project so that you’re 100% in control of what you do next.

What is SEO?2021-05-12T22:01:26+01:00

Having a gorgeous looking website is all well and good. But if no one knows it exists, then what’s the point? SEO is the process of getting your website to rank organically with search engines. The aim is to associate your sites pages, posts and products with relevant keywords that best describe your business objective.

To appear in search engine rankings its vital that web pages are formatted properly. As standard, we ensure that all content on your site meets the latest SEO standards during our production workflow.

Do you offer ongoing website support?2021-05-12T22:00:59+01:00

Once your new website is live, for as long as you continue to want our help, we’re here to assist you. To continue the development of your site we offer a range of subscription services to cover hosting, domain, content and user experience management. Additionally we also offer coaching sessions that teach how to manage and post to your own website, without external dependency.

How long does it take to produce a new website?2021-05-12T22:00:12+01:00

This really depends on the size and complexity of the site. A simple landing page can be designed, built and published within days. Some bigger brochure style sites can generally be designed and developed in around four weeks. Collaborative development of bigger, more complex jobs, like e-commerce websites, typically take around six to eight weeks. Whatever your requirements, we’ll make sure that you get the website that your business demands; in a time frame that works for you.

How will you learn to understand my organisation?2021-05-12T21:59:40+01:00
Getting to truly understand your organisation, its products and its markets is something we take very seriously. Initially we’ll start by just talking to you, ideally at face-to-face kick off meetings.
Then with further research into your industry, existing positioning, products & services, competitors, audience and your customers. We’ll develop a good understanding that can then be continuously built on. Where appropriate we’re also happy to spend time working from your office to help us to really get under the skin of your culture and what you do.
Does it matter where my business is located?2021-05-12T21:59:07+01:00

Not at all, where you’re based doesn’t effect the work we do and what we can deliver. So we work with businesses located locally, nationally and internationally. We stay up to date with the latest collaboration and video conferencing technology to keep in touch with our clients. Currently we’re regularly using Microsoft Teams, Zoom and Notion,  additionally we’ll travel to see you for regular face-to-face meetings.

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