How do they build those websites?
Let's keep it simple.
We've all seen amazing websites.
The ones with killer design, clear information, and engaging animations.
The ones like HelloSign, Petal, and Ramp.
How do they build those??
A few years ago, the answer would have sounded like this:
"We're a large agency that's totally equipped to handle a project like this! You'll have a dedicated designer and a team of 2-4 developers from our team that will write the code for your website. We'll outsource the copywriting and work with you on all of the strategy. Once the website is launched, our SEO guy will get to work to make sure you'll rank on Google."
Ha. That's so 6 years ago.
So how do HelloSign, Petal, and Ramp build their websites?
Webflow gives an individual the power of an agency.
It's a tool that writes code for you so that you can get to market faster.
Webflow is stupid powerful. Any website you've ever seen can be built in Webflow.
I've been using Webflow for 5+ years now. Don't get me talking about it, or I might not shut up.
I already feel like I've said "Webflow" too many times.
If you want a website that's fast, scalable, and SEO-friendly, click here to email me.
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