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brining your vision of technology into reality.
Creative & Effective WebDesign
It should reflect the personality of your company or organization and allow a visitor to navigate easily and effectively.
TechDust is a San Diego based technology firm, providing Custom full service Website Design Development, Hosting and WordPress Website Maintenance Services.
Usability is Crucial for Success
Our new designs utilize Responsive Mobile Design (RWD) methodology (Mobile-Ready), automatically adjusting to phones, tablets and desktops. Not having a Mobile Ready website would drastically reduces your search engine ranking.
Organic Local Search
Local search engine optimization is critical to your business search engine ranking and success. Keep in mind Google Local SEO takes a much different approach to set up than normal SEO.
By creating a Google Places Listing, Optimizing and Verifying the listing for your “Keywords” you can dramatically increase your Organic Google Ranking, and increase your customer base.
WP Updates, Backups, Security
As a business owner your core effort should be building your business, and not worry about hacking and website security issues.
We are privileged to provide WordPress Maintenance Services to our Local San Diego clients.
Our WordPress Maintenance Services gives you complete peace of mind, Backups, Software Updates, Security Updates, Performance Checks and Uptime Monitoring.
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