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In today’s world it is possible to connect instantly with people all over the globe. Many of the people doing web design and copywriting services come from faraway places with no idea of where Georgia is on the map. This can create problems when businesses choose to outsource work rather than using local web design companies.

It’s tempting to cut costs by outsourcing your work to providers advertising through the internet, or doing your own website, but there are a number of reasons why you’ll be happier with the final results when you use a local website designer.

As small businesses add websites and internet services to their menu of business services it can be easy to lose sight of local customers who want to ‘see’ the face of who they’re doing business with.

Your website should be able to reflect an understanding of the local culture and the local business climate. And, that’s not going to happen if your web designer out of state, or in another country.

A local web design company has roots in your community, shops in the same kinds of stores and understands the commerce and people in your state. The cultural feel of a particular state is unique; your business caters to that special characteristic and your website should reflect that same feeling.

Benefits of Using a Local Website Designer - Website Design Firm

Outside of Our Service Area?  Not a Problem!

We're Capable of Working With Clients Outside of Our Service Area! Website Communicates with Clients, via Telephone and Email!

Good Business Practices- Hiring Local

Your clients are composed of local people who frequent your business and support their local community. It makes sense that you would do the same for your business needs. It is easier to work with someone in your own state from a logistical point of view. And, if content or design need to be modified or updated you can easily contact the web designer and work to make the necessary changes.

Often, a remote website designer will simply disappear after the original contract has been met (or not) and the business owner is left without a way to address issues. That won’t happen when you’re working with a local website designer. Their reputation is based on references and the good old fashioned word of mouth referral as well as their expertise.

At, we work with clients looking for web design in the Metro Atlanta / West Georgia. Website design is our business; we’re available when you need us.

When you come to us for a website design, revamping of content, for search engine optimization or other services, we will show you a portfolio of work performed for other Georgia-based businesses. Our commitment is to work with the local and state communities to enhance their business services.

So, to recap why your business would profit from working with a local provider:

The local web design company knows the community and your needs.

Cultural and language barriers are less likely to be present. Local website designers speak the same language and work in the same time zone.

Available for ongoing work and consultation.

When outsourcing you can’t really be sure who is handling your work and how committed they will be to your outcome- the best web design for your business needs.

Yes, we might be more expensive than outsourcing work to remote providers or contractors, or doing the website yourself, but we believe that our full array of services and support will enhance your business. An optimized website leads to greater visibility for clients and that leads to better product sales. Can you really afford to not to use a local web design company from Georgia? Website Design Proudly Serves Small Businesses in Cobb, Paulding, Douglas, Carroll, Bartow, Polk, Fulton County, including the Cities of Dallas, Hiram, Kennesaw, Marietta, Acworth, Smyrna, Austell, Mableton, Lithia Springs, Douglasville, Villa Rica, Carrollton, Cedartown, Rockmart, Cartersville, and portions of Atlanta.

Picking a Web Designer
There are many web designers available and with so many, you're likely wondering, "How do I pick the right one for my website?". We have some things you should consider:

Decide if it matters to you if the web designer is a licensed business or simply doing websites as a hobby. Either can be an excellent choice but future availability of the web designer is a key issue. Look at them the same way you would a contractor who is going to work on your house or car.

If you want a web designer who will be available when you need them, check their posted hours of operation. If they do not have their hours listed anywhere, that might be a problem.

Call or email them to see how long it takes for a response. That may give you an idea how they normally operate. Most should respond within 24 hours. When you need changes made right away, quick response time will be an important part of their customer service.

Will the designer explain in plain English what steps are being taken with the website? Jargon runs wild in the web design industry, such as "Web 2.0", "bandwidth", etc. The designer should be willing to take the time to explain anything you are unfamiliar with.

Does the designer provide periodic updates as to what is being done during the process? The most frustrating thing is to pay for something and then have to wait without knowing what is going on.


PAULDING - 30132 - 30157 - 30141

COBB - 30008 - 30060 - 30064 - 30067 - 30080 - 30082 - 30101 - 30106 - 30126 - 30127 - 30144 - 30152

CARROLL - 30116 - 30117 - 30118 - 30180

DOUGLAS - 30122 - 30135 - 30179 - 30187

FULTON - 30336 - 30331

BARTOW - 30137 - 30120

POLK - 30153 - 30125