Jersey City Web Design
Are you looking for a Jersey City web designer? T. Brooks Web Design provides quality Jersey City website design, along with other services such as online marketing, social media, search engine optimization, and more.
No matter where you're located in Jersey City, or any other Hudson County NJ area, if you have a business, you need to have a great website that has a fantastic online presence and ranks well in Google. At T. Brooks Web Design, this is what I do. If you want prospective customers in Jersey City and surrounding areas to find your company when they're searching for your services in Google, I can help.
I'm a "Small Business Expert" and I'm familiar with how and where Jersey City residents are searching for your services. I can build you a great looking website that you'll be proud of, but most importantly, I can help that website rise in Google's rankings so that your business gets seen when someone is looking for your services.
I work with ALL companies in ANY industry located in Jersey City and surrounding areas, although my niche market is Construction, Landscaping and Well Drilling, and I'm very familiar with those types of companies.
T. Brooks Web Design is DIFFERENT from Other Jersey City Web Designers.
- I've been doing Jersey City web design and small business marketing for over two decades, and this is my full-time business (not something I do "on the side").
- You will work directly with me (Teri Brooks), not a member of a corporation that treats you like a number. And I do ALL the work myself... NO outsourcing!
- Your website and domain name will be under YOUR name, NOT mine (unlike many Jersey City web designers who own your domain name, which is bad for your company).
- I won't lock you into an annual contract or charge monthly fees for your website unless you choose to pay that way.
- I don't cut corners. I manually "hand-code" my websites from scratch instead of dumping your info into a pre-existing templates like WordPress, as most Jersey City web designers do. Hand-coded websites are more search friendly, more customizable, and less vulnerable to security issues.
- I won't "drop the ball", and I'll answer the phone or call you back right away. I'm aware that you have a hectic schedule and I will make every attempt to work around it.
Not Your Average Jersey City Web Designer
Many Jersey City business owners have been taken advantage of by web designers who were not honest, vanished halfway through the project, or simply didn't (or couldn't) deliver what they promised. My testimonials speak for themselves; I AM DIFFERENT — Let me prove it!
Contact me anytime at 609-914-1318 (phone or text), or EMAIL me, and let's talk about the difference I can make for your business by providing you with my Jersey City Web Design services!
Jersey City is the seat of Hudson County and the second-most-populous city in New Jersey. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city had a total area of 21.13 square miles (54.74 km2), including 14.74 square miles (38.19 km2) of land and 6.39 square miles (16.55 km2) of water (30.24%). As of the 1990 census, it had the smallest land area of the 100 most populous cities in the United States. Jersey City is bordered to the east by the Hudson River, to the north by Secaucus, North Bergen, Union City and Hoboken, to the west, across the Hackensack River, by Kearny and Newark, and to the south by Bayonne. Jersey City includes most of Ellis Island (the parts awarded to New Jersey by the 1998 U.S. Supreme Court in the case of New Jersey v. New York). Liberty Island is surrounded by Jersey City waters in the Upper New York Bay. Given their proximity and accessibility by rapid transit to Manhattan, Jersey City and Hudson County are sometimes referred to as New York City's Sixth borough. Jersey City (and most of Hudson County) is located on the peninsula known as Bergen Neck, with a waterfront on the east at the Hudson River and New York Bay and on the west at the Hackensack River and Newark Bay. Its north–south axis corresponds with the ridge of Bergen Hill, the emergence of the Hudson Palisades. The city is the site of some of the earliest European settlements in North America, which grew into each other rather than expanding from a central point. This growth and the topography greatly influenced the development of the sections of the city and its various neighborhoods.