Website Design & Online Marketing Support

Web Design & Online Marketing Support

Joka Design is a small team of creative marketing specialists, providing internet business advice and web design in Walton on the Hill, Surrey. We’ve been providing dynamic ideas for business for over ten years. In addition to our website & online marketing support, we also provide general marketing advice, and guidance on using the internet to promote businesses and increase sales at start-up stage and beyond. Find out how our Online Marketing Plan can increase targeted, relevant visitor traffic to your website. Call us on 01737 816107 or send us your details and we’ll call you.

By reviewing your current situation and identifying and focusing on your goals, we can help you get the best results out of your marketing budget. For examples of recent web design projects see our website portfolio.

Prices & Packages

At Joka Design we constantly strive to keep costs and overheads to a minimum so that we can offer the most competitive prices to our customers. We can offer a number of great value ‘online marketing packages’, for example: a 3 page website and basic search engine submission and optimization from £350 + VAT. Domain registration, hosting and up to 3 email addresses for £17.00 + VAT per month. Call us on 01737 816107 or
07740 471665 or email joe@jokadesign.co.uk for fresh ideas for your business, to discuss which options might be most suitable or to learn about the possible benefits of reviewing your general marketing strategy or optimising your existing website.

Here are just a few of the kind words our clients have offered in praise of our work.

“…thank you for your services on setting up the Website for Beakys Motorcycles, quick and painless and of course efficiency does it every time for us! We have achieved our google ranking back in the search pages and in some cases have bettered the old ones in quick time which is great, on top of that this website actually works for us… we are
happy to endorse your services if ever needed”