Selesti are chuffed to confirm we have been awarded the new NWES website project. We were invited to pitch for the opportunity and we’re delighted to be chosen to deliver design, development and SEO consultancy services to them. This integrated digital service across multiple disciplines is what Selesti are becoming recognised as offering to local and nationwide clients such as ‘Support Adoption For Pets’ (Pets at Home) and The Health Insurance Group.
NWES have been offering business advice, training and financial assistance to local companies for over 30 years. Selesti have been briefed to bring their online offering up to date, making social media work harder for them, and focusing the user journey in key areas for them, such as improving conversion for their training events and bookings traffic. The website will be powered by our content management system CMS HQ, as well as integrating with a couple of existing offline legacy systems.
Selesti will be providing responsive web design, enhancing user experience and maximising their brand’s reach online, perfectly catering for desktop, tablet or mobile visitors. NWES chose us after being impressed with our pitch, which included demonstrating how we would meet their requirements across all services and conceptual design which showed how many different directions we could lead them in.
We will also be advising them on how to optimise their content for search engines more effectively; using our skills to make sure their targeted traffic converts once landing on the site. And because the website is being developed by Selesti, it will be designed to be search engine friendly right out of the box.
Here is a quick summary of what we are offering:
- Responsive website redesign
- Improving functionality and User Experience
- User Journey to champion multiple key objectives
- Social media strategy
- Search Engine Optimisation Consultancy & Management
If you feel your site could do with a redesign, and are looking for agencies to invite to produce an impressive pitch, why not give us a shout?