Small Business Website Design Baraboo and Madison

Be Seen

At Bright Clear Design we under­stand the impor­tance of an online pres­ence for small busi­ness own­ers and inde­pen­dent pro­fes­sion­als. We approach the task with prac­ti­cal knowl­edge and open mind. We are cre­ative peo­ple who design, shoot, and write with clar­i­ty and sophis­ti­ca­tion. 

  • To have a domain name,  a host,  and a web­site. To make easy changes, while hav­ing sup­port when things get tricky.
  • Your logo stands out, the lay-out is bright. The pho­tos and slides are beau­ti­ful.
  • Your head­lines bold, your pages crisp, and every­thing is easy to find.
  • A video plays and when you meet face to face, the client feels she already knows you.
  • She fills out a form, asks for an esti­mate, emails or calls.
  • He reads what makes you bet­ter or learns what makes you dif­fer­ent.
  • Share your address now with friends, cus­tomers, or clients. Let peo­ple share and link to your arti­cles, pho­tos, videos, prod­ucts, and ser­vices your web­site. Let them like your social media pages, and let them share about you on theirs.

Be Heard

Bright Clear Design builds its small busi­ness web­site design suc­cess on clear com­mu­ni­ca­tion, friend­li­ness, hon­esty, integri­ty, and patience. Our busi­ness approach makes our mes­sage. And like us, you want your mes­sage heard.

Good mar­ket­ing copy, pho­to and video:

  • Demon­strate per­son­al qual­i­ties invalu­able to poten­tial clients
  • Dis­play unique fea­tures of your prod­uct or ser­vice
  • Enter­tain your audi­ence with authen­tic voice
  • Estab­lish author­i­ty in your field of exper­tise
  • Inform about your industry’s best prac­tices
  • Wel­come your cus­tomer, employ­ee, or vis­i­tor to your store, work­place, or web­site

To be heard, first iden­ti­fy the issues your clients face. Then lead them to the appro­pri­ate solu­tion. Share your knowl­edge, offer your sup­port, then call for action.

Be Found

 Are you seen? Are you heard? These are the questions. But their answer rests on a third: are you found?

A pub­lished web­site does not give com­pet­i­tive edge. Tremen­dous online traf­fic and com­pe­ti­tion makes it nec­es­sary to opti­mize your web­site for search­es on the inter­net. Search engine opti­miza­tion, or SEO for short, directs a stream of poten­tial clients who are ready to hire or buy to your web­site.

To match spe­cif­ic search­es with your brand, prod­uct, ser­vice, and place of busi­ness is a seri­ous mar­ket­ing effort.

  • With what words and phras­es do you want to be found?
  • Yet what terms do peo­ple actu­al­ly type in when they search?
  • Which have the most vol­ume?
  • Which have the least com­pe­ti­tion?
  • Which will bring you the busi­ness that you need?

For these terms we opti­mize. Attract and direct peo­ple to your web­site. Once they vis­it, engage them as best you can. Build trust and turn vis­i­tors into clients who will call, email, hire, or buy from you.

To get an esti­mate for our small busi­ness web­site design Bara­boo and Madi­son ser­vices, fill out our free quote form!

Small Business Website Design Madison

Bright Clear Design is a small busi­ness Web Design and Search Engine Opti­miza­tion com­pa­ny serv­ing Bara­boo, Madi­son, Wis­con­sin Dells, Wis­con­sin, and out-of-state clients.

Our Mis­sion:

To pro­vide small busi­ness­es, inde­pen­dent pro­fes­sion­als, and non-prof­it orga­ni­za­tions with afford­able and easy to use web­sites. To design rec­og­niz­able logos. To shoot attrac­tive pho­to and video. To write effec­tive mar­ket­ing copy. And final­ly to improve find­abil­i­ty for search­es on the inter­net.

Call Us:

  • For a free small busi­ness web­site design esti­mate or eval­u­a­tion of your web­site.
  • To meet face to face and to answer ques­tions about our ser­vices.
  • To build a new web­site, to make updates to your web­site, or to have your web­site redone.
  • To make your web­site find­able for local, and mobile search­es
  • To increase your local vis­i­bil­i­ty on social media busi­ness pages and local direc­to­ries, sources for review, blogs, and oth­er pub­li­ca­tions.
  • To write your mar­ket­ing copy, design your logo, take pho­tos, or shoot video-clips.