Would you like a custom tab for your company Facebook page, this allows you to have your own custom webpage in your facebook page tabs, you could use the tab to showcase your products and services, add a call to action, reinforce your brand on your facebook page. You can have pretty much anything which you could do on a webpage, below is a very simple example which I created for my walking FB page.
My Custom Tab on Walk 1000 Miles
This article on Hubspot gives you step by step instructions on how to create one, if you can create a html webpage you can create a custom page tab.
Create a Custom Page Tab article on HubSpot
If you can’t do this I would be happy to do it for you, prices start from £100 depending on your requirements. Send me a message through my Contact Form for more details.
IMPORTANT : Note this functionality only works on Facebooks website not in the FB mobile app.
Once your WordPress website has been created it will need to be maintained to ensure it remains secure, as WordPress is the most popular CMS on the internet, it does sometimes become a target for hackers
The most vital protection against this is to ensure that your 1) Your site has been installed properly on the server and permissions set appropriately 2) Your WordPress version and any plug-ins are always updated to the latest versions 3) You regularly monitor your site and have regular backups, just in case the worst should ever happen.
I can host your WordPress website and will carry out automatic backups and security updates for you, as standard on any of my WordPress sites I install security plugins which help secure your installation and also monitor your site in real-time informing me of any issues.
My prices for this service start from £200pa
Finally practised what I preach and redesigned my own website via the bootstrap framework, still need to add my portfolio as this is a work in progress.
News announced recently shows that we have now reached the point when more Internet users are on mobile devices than on traditional desktop systems, highlighting the need for responsive web sites. Statcounter has recently released statistics showing over 51% of visits to be on users of mobile phones or tablets.
This is sure to rise and highlights why it is vital to ensure your site is mobile friendly, adding this to Google’s ongoing ranking improvements for mobile friendly sites makes a powerful argument for getting your website mobile ready.
Source : Statcounter
“For the first time in history, more users in October 2016 accessed the web from mobile devices like smartphones and tablets than they did from desktops or notebooks. According to data released by StatCounter early in November, 51.3% of all web visits in October came from mobile devices compared to 48.7% of visits from traditional computing platforms.”