Inside The Dyson Doctor’s New Website
Regular visitors to The Dyson Doctor website are benefiting from a new look this week. Thanks to our friends at Net Sixty Six SEO, The Dyson Doctor are the proud owner of a brand new website. Our new design is easier on the eye, and easier to navigate on several devices. The changes to our new website will be a step in the right direction and more customer-friendly.
Like the Dyson vacuum cleaners that we repair, our company has evolved, predating the invention of James Dyson’s bagless cleaners. Today, you are looking at a version of The Dyson Doctor website which screams ‘progress’.
Why you will love our new website?
- It works on your tablet and smartphone: though our previous ones did, reading our older websites would have been a chore on the iPhone, Android, or Blackberry. Our new website uses a technique known as responsive web design, which means it fits on your mobile device better.
- Clear and intuitive design: browsing our new website will be considerably easier than the previous one.
- Regular updates: the new Dyson Doctor website includes a blog with interesting news and features in relation to Dyson vacuum cleaners and subjects of a similar persuasion.
Designed to grow whilst we grow our business
The modular nature of our new website means that our site will grow as the company grows. Its scalability allows for future provisions like e-commerce facilities. Plus the potential for integration with social media accounts (like our Facebook page and Twitter feed).
Our new site has been designed to reflect the changes in customer demand and browsing habits. For a start, we are more likely to buy our next Dyson cleaner from a smartphone. Secondly, the shift towards mobile orientated browsing means that speed matters.
What do you think?
If you have any comments about our website, feel free to contact us via email@example.com. Also, if you happen to be in Heywood, why not call in to our shop on 18 – 20 Market Street? We are next to David Pluck Bookmakers and two doors from The Edwin Waugh (J.D. Wetherspoon pub). The 163 and 471 buses to Bury stop nearby.
The Dyson Doctor, 10 November 2016