Page Crafters is a full-service website development company located in southeastern Massachusetts that provides website design, development, hosting and maintenance services for the business community, and has over 50 years combined experience working with the Internet and in the computer field.
We offer the soup-to-nuts of website services that include:
- custom web site design and development from the ground up with original custom graphics, layout and programming
- redesign of existing business websites
- secure online storefronts with an easy-to-use one page checkout process
- custom programming to automate your in-house tasks and save you time and money
- digital panoramic photography to create virtual tours of interior and exterior spaces for real estate owners, property managers and construction/builders
- hosting on our secure server; domain name search, registration, transfers and account maintenance
- on-going maintenance to reflect the changes in your growing business
- Search Engine Optimization
Our mission is to provide exceptional customer service,
quick turn around and build long-term relationships with our clients.
Page Crafters' clients range from large corporations to entrepreneurs and small mom and pops. Although we work extensively with companies in Massachusetts towns such as Marshfield, Scituate, Duxbury, Hanover, Hingham, Plymouth and Quincy, we have also designed sites for customers all over the United States.
We simplify the process for you and take care of the technical details, so that you can focus on your message and the products and services that you offer.
Let us show you how easy it is to establish an Internet presence for your organization.
Call Page Crafters today at 781-837-4121.
1483 Main Street, Marshfield, MA 02050
How to Improve Your Website's Google Ranking
Google's search engine, www.google.com, uses a variety of methods to determine which pages are displayed first in the results. Their exact formula is a secret, but there are a few things you can do to improve your positioning. The term for this is Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
These tips may not make your website the first one to appear in the list, but they just may help you move up a little.
Ignore spam and websites that offer to submit your website to hundreds of search engines. At best these are wastes of time or money and at worst they can actually hurt your ranking.
Rather than focusing on a single word, try adding a few words to make a keyword phrase. You may want to read about effective Google searches to see how keyword phrases help with searches.
If you were searching for your own website, what keyword phrase would you type into Google for each page? Would you look for super fast widgets? Would you look for cooking with widgets? It may be helpful to get a different perspective. Ask someone else to read your page and suggest what they think your keyword phrase might be. You can also check Google Trends to see if one phrase is starting to gain popularity.
Try to stick to one subject per page, and stick to one keyword phrase per page. That doesn't mean you should write stilted text or use odd phrases. Clear writing is both easier to search and easier to read.
7 Reasons why you should have a mobile website
It should be obvious by now, the world, and us humans are becoming more and more mobile. We use our phones, and other mobile devices to access the web, and find the information we need because it is convenient and easy. A mobile website will enable consumers to have a better experience while visiting your online presence.
If you're having a difficult time deciding whether you should make the leap or not, here are 7 reasons why you should have a mobile website...