Fitness Hub 21

Fitness Hub 21 needed a bespoke website redesign; a process that begins with new site architecture that is planned from an SEO and user experience point of view. Our goal when re-designing a website like this one is to improve usability, while focussing on how the website is going to rank in search engines.

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Bespoke Website Design

Each stage of this project ran naturally into the next. We were able to meet the client’s expectations, giving them exactly what they asked for whilst simultaneously incorporating our professional opinions. The finished result is an attractive, responsive website, with simple navigation and user friendly contact forms.

Our Results

Overall, we are pleased with how the website has performed since it went live in June 2018. When comparing January 2019 to January 2018, the website has seen the following improvements:

63% increase in overall traffic
67% increase in direct traffic
100% increase in conversions
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