About Easy Way.
Easy Way Web Design is a small freelance web design and development business based in Preston, Lancashire. This young company has quickly proven itself to be highly reliable and has already picked up returning clients.
We work with the WordPress environment on a day to day basis and aim to stay as up-to-date as possible with developments with this world class content management system.
The developer at Easy Way Web Design has over 10 years of experience under his built. With experience in web site creation, plugin management, SEO, E-commerce, Social Media marketing and much more.
Easy Way Web Design can offer tailored web design & WordPress development services for individuals, small businesses and charities.
Web services include:
- Custom website design and development in WordPress.
- Design modifications to existing websites
- Updates to WordPress themes
- Addition of new services
- Ecommerce development with WooCommerce
- Responsive layouts to work on mobile devices
- WordPress content updates
- WordPress support and maintenance
- WordPress training
- Help with search engine optimization (SEO)
We also offer a range of packages to help you manage your social media activity, allowing you to reap the best possible results from sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
If you are a business and you are not using social media, you could be losing out by not being in contact with many your potential customer base. We also know that social media effects the amount of repeat custom any business can expect to gain.
Easy Way will make managing this aspect of your business online profile a simple task to be managed on a day to day basis.
We are very used to managing multiple social media feeds, adding multiple post daily to each, for our clients. Our aim is to take improve interaction with your business and gain new customers/clients for you.
Easyway produced us two high-standard, clean, fresh and easy to navigate website. Easy to work with, making all the adaptations you ask for while also have the creativity to put their own input into itSam Buist