Get on board
The simplest way to get a new website
Create an Account
Create a free mediachimps account, where you can see more and get started, you can even access our knowledge bank. It’s straight forward and simple!
Online Creative Brief
We’ll ask you to fill in our creative brief online and walk you through our online on-boarding process. Our team will then follow up to ensure they understand your goals.
Meet your Champion
We’ll introduce you to your dedicated team member who’ll project manage your site and be your point of contact for all feedback and communications.
2. Let’s create
Once we’ve agreed copy and images (which can be uploaded via your dashboard), our highly skilled team will design and develop your website straight from the drawing board. No templates here!
At this stage you can review your website online within our test environment, take your time and make sure it’s perfect. We want you to be completely happy with your website. If you want to make changes, alter images or include more images, no problem, just let us know!
Go, go go! Hold onto your hat, your site is about to launch! You’ll soon have a website you’ll be desperate to show your clients. The team are always at hand to help after your website launch, so any time you need a change, we’ll be straight on the case.
3. Watch the results
You’re website is never finished!
After your new website is launched, it might be worth considering our various online marketing services to help bring you extra leads as well as boosting your website traffic.
How is my site performing?
You’ll have access to your sites performance on your client dashboard. You can view results at any time!
Support for ever more!
Our dashboard and helpdesk system is awesome. It is easy to use, very easy to look at and just makes plain sense. Need something updated, have a general question or want to add a new page? Simply make a request through your control panel and we will get back to you in a jiffy.
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