Small Business
Website Design

Our Work for Small Businesses

Get a professional website and mobile experience that grows with your business for an established online presence from the start.

  • We understand the need for an efficient and effective solution without all of the bells and whistles.
  • From logo design, print collateral, or online marketing, our business and creative teams deliver a quality and affordable online investments.
  • Whether you’re looking to expand or remain a niche player, we provide ongoing consultation to keep competitive in your marketplace.

Small Business Website Samples

Our small business clients enjoy working with us because they know that their websites are always able to grow as they grow. Websites we build are customized to the needs of each client, big or small.


Before & After Website Redesigns

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Evolution Capital Partners

Evolution Capital Partners

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Meet Our Design Team

Experts in results-driven website design

  • Helen Lai Web Designer
  • Irina Likhashkina Senior Web Designer
  • Liya Osepaishvili Senior Web Designer
  • Dennis Mirovsky Senior Web Designer
  • Fabio Redivo Web Designer
  • Tatyana Khamdamova Director of Design
  • Jordyn Ferri Web Designer
Meet everyone at Blue Fountain Media

Case Studies

Web design, development and marketing results we've achieved

Bonvoy Adventure Travel

Bonvoy Adventure Travel sees large improvement in site traffic and onsite transactions through a combination of SEO and social media marketing.

  • Increased site traffic by 148%
  • Increased conversion rate by 21%
  • 200% increase in onsite transactions
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Our Clients In Their Own Words

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Blue Fountain Media Reviews - Verve Laser Cosmetics

Blue Fountain Media Reviews - Tweezerman

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Features of a Great
Small Business Website:

Catch your Visitors' Attention:

Competition on the internet has never been more fierce. A single search on search engines can display your business along with countless others. Failure to stand out through a captivating small business website design means that your target audience will likely navigate to one of your various competitors that show up in the same search results as your brand. Show off how your company's unique value propositions: how your products are clearly superior to that of your competition, your amazing customer service, your unrivaled deals, or any other competitive advantage you might have over others in your industry. Make sure this unique value is communicated clearly on your homepage or landing page and do so in a direct, concise way.

Define your target audience:

If your business lacks a large advertising budget and the experience of a marketing agency, you may not be able to compete against companies targeting large, broad keyword terms. It is best not waste your budget in an attempt to dethrone a large competitor. Instead, define specific, niche terms that relate to your products and services and begin appealing to users searching those less competitive terms. With a little bit of effort your small business website can also rank extremely well for local, specific keywords.

Create Useful Content:

Your indepth knowledge of your business and industry is a valuable commodity and is of interest to your target audience. Turn this knowledge into help content that is geared towards your audience and publish this content on your small business website. Content you post on your site should also include targeted keywords so that it can be found by your audience. Don't simply create a page just for the sake of trying to rank for a word. Instead, create engaging content that will appeal to real readers.

Provide Case Studies:

Users love transparency in your work. Let your visitors see the exact processes, issues, solutions and bottom-line results that your small business deals with. Providing real evidence of what your small business has done for other clients can help put other potential clients at ease.

Emphasize Your Location:

Add your business' physical address to the footer of your site and add your website to location-based sites like Yelp. You should also add yourself to the local search listings on primary search engines like Google and Bing. This will help you show up for searches performed by people who are likely to continue their conversion process offline by coming directly to your brick and mortar store.

Effective Interlinking:

Once you have content worth reading on your site, make sure they are all effectively linked together so that people are more likely to explore all of the content you have made available. Descriptions of how your small business operates, a history of your company that showcases your experience, and impressive bios about the company founder should all link together so that they are all sure to be seen.

Humanize Your Business:

Establish your business's credibility. Take users behind the scenes and let them have a taste of your business philosophy, show them the passion your employees have for their work, and demonstrate your experience. Video is a great medium for highlighting your company's personality.

Be Accessible:

Most customers feel most comfortable communicating with small businesses via the phone as opposed to through the internet. Make sure your phone number and other forms of personal contact are prominent on your website so that users know that you are easily reachable if they have any questions or comments about your business. Make sure that you have customer representatives that are also easily reachable so that your customer service is of the highest quality and customers can have real people answering their questions.

Provide Testimonials:

One of the best ways to let your audience know that you are a credible business that they can trust is to provide a variety of convincing testimonials from previous customers. A great option that will add even more credibility is to add video testimonials so that your audience can see your testimonials face to face.

Integrate Social Media:

Small businesses that have established social media communities around their brand are much more likely to appear trustworthy when compared to businesses that do not utilize social media integration. Integrated social media also provides additional customer service value by giving users another method for reaching out and contacting your business.

Feature Clear Calls to Action:

Regardless of whether your small business goal online is to get customers to purchase a product, sign up for a mailing list or call you directly for a quote, a well written and attention grabbing call to action on your site should make sure your audience is performing your desired action at a high rate.


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