Web Design Hamilton
Do you need affordable Web Design in Hamilton?
Who We Are?
Small Business Websites
We are Web Design and Digital Marketing Experts based in Hamilton
We love empowering New Zealand’s small businesses by providing the right digital marketing solutions that don’t cost an arm and legs.
We have a strong focus on providing exceptional customer service and building lasting relationships with our clients. We understand the importance of creating a website that not only looks great but also performs well and achieves the desired results. We work closely with each client to understand their business, target audience, and goals, and use this information to create a website that truly represents the client’s brand and values.
All websites are Search Engine Optimised and indexed on Google and Bing Search Engines from day one of launch.
We are specialized in WordPress, Shopify and WooCommerce platforms.
In addition to web design, the agency also offers a wide range of other digital services, including SEO, PPC, social media marketing, and more. We are committed to staying up-to-date with the latest technologies and trends in web design and use cutting-edge tools and techniques to create websites that are visually stunning, easy to navigate, and optimized for search engines.
Though Web Expert is a Web Design Company based in Hamilton NZ, we provide our services across the globe.
Why should you hire us?
Kind Words From Our Happy Clients
The website design process typically includes the following steps:
Website Design Basic F.A.Q.
Here are frequently asked questions by many clients regarding website.
Website domain is basically a unique name of website that is use to identify a sepcific website and can be typed into a browser to access the site. For example domain for Google is “google.com”.
Basically, humans can’t remember the IP address of a website so to make it easy domain name is used. In other words, when you buy a domain, you have purchased the name for your site, but you still need to build the website itself.When you purchase a domain, you are essentially renting the right to use that specific name for a certain period of time, typically one year.
Web hosting is the process of renting or buying space to store a website on the World Wide Web.
Website content such as HTML, CSS, and images has to be stored on a server to be viewable online.
The server where a website is stored is called a Web Server.
Website domain costs vary depending on the domain. .co.nz and .nz domains are sold for $29 to $50 per year.
Web Hosting cost depends on hosting providers and hosting plan. Shared hosting is cheaper for simple business websites.
Popular Web Hosting providers Hostinger, CrazyDomain, Host Ground, and Godaddy are hosting providers but they don’t have a data center or server in New Zealand. But they are super fast and affordable for small business websites.
There are local web hosting service providers. New Zealand-based hosting providers bit pricy as they have local data centers and tech support.
My preferred local NZ-based hosting is Hoopla Hosting
Yes, the domain has an expiry annually when purchased from. You can register a domain for one year, two years, five years or ten years
A URL (aka Universal Resource Locator) is a complete web address used to find a particular web page. While the domain is the name of the website, a URL will lead to any one of the pages within the website. Every URL contains a domain name, as well as other components needed to locate the specific page or piece of content.
Examples of URLs:
An SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate is a digital certificate that is used to establish a secure connection between a web server and a web browser. It is used to encrypt data that is transmitted between the server and browser, ensuring that it cannot be intercepted or tampered with by third parties. This is particularly important for sites that handle sensitive information such as login credentials, personal information and financial data. SSL certificate is also important for SEO and it will give you the green padlock on the browser which is now considered as a trust factor by search engines.