Web Design in Hamilton

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Introducing your local Hamilton Web Designer

Hi, I’m Tom

I have over 25 years of experience in designing websites and marketing businesses online. I’ve got the skills and experience to help your Hamilton based business thrive online.

My company eSilverStrike Consulting is focused on helping small to medium-sized service-based businesses in Hamilton and other surrounding areas achieve the goals of their website.

Here are a few reasons why you should choose a local Web Design business for your next website project.

Expertise in the Local Hamilton Market

Our close location to Hamilton gives us an intimate understanding of the local market dynamics and customer preferences. Hamilton has a unique business landscape and being local means we are well-versed in the specific needs and opportunities within this area. This allows us to create tailored digital strategies that resonate with the local audience.

We are Just Next Door

Our close proximity enables in-person meetings and a stronger, more personal working relationship. It’s easier to communicate vision, clarify requirements, and build a strong partnership from businesses that operate within the same area.

We believe in hiring local businesses ourselves to help support the local economy and foster a sense of community. Many of our partners and clients are based in the greater Toronto area (GTA).

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Why wait? Schedule a free consultation call for your Hamilton small business to discuss the potential of your website and expanding your online presence.

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We Offer More than Web Design in Hamilton


Discover how a Website Project for a Hamilton based Business is Started

Reach out and briefly tell us about your business and project. We will then setup the inital FREE consultation call.

  1. Consultation

    This is the initial consultation and strategy session for the project. Here we will discover, discuss, and refine the scope of the project including what your business is all about, and what your goals are for your new/redesigned website. You can also ask us any questions you may have about eSilverStrike Consulting. By the end of the call we should be able to give you a broad estimated cost range for your investment. This call helps to see if both sides feel it is a good fit.

  2. Assess

    We will perform preliminary research and audit your existing online presence, business, industry, competitors, and target audiences. This is to help determine the best marketing strategies based on the goals of your website. Further information and discussions may be required to help refine the goals and scope of work for the project. On every project we consider (in order of importance) the needs of the businesses, the needs of your target audiences, and the needs of search engines.

  3. Partnership

    A proposal with a timeline, deliverables (including any required from you), and costs will be created based on your unique project needs. We will review this proposal together, and if needed it can be refined and tweaked. Once everyone is satisfied the proposal and master service agreement will be signed. When the deposit for the project is paid, it will then added to our queue of work.

  4. Project Kickoff

    The project has started! Client onboarding will commence gathering all other relevant information and media assets. The client also needs to make sure to give us appropriate access to any required 3rd party properties or services.

Once the project is started, it will move into our project design and build process path and onto in-depth research for the Discovery step.


What Makes Hamilton Unique?

The area of the city of Hamilton was originally inhabited by indigenous peoples including the Erie, Neutral, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Mississaugas. The land was purchased by the Crown in 1792 and was settled during the same time period by United Empire Loyalists. It was initially known as the town of George Hamilton, named after its founder, in 1816.

In the 19th century, Hamilton rapidly industrialized, becoming a major center for manufacturing, steel production, and transportation. Its protected deep harbor, and proximity to the Great Lakes and the Niagara Escarpment, made it a strategic location for various industries.

By the early 20th century, Hamilton had earned the nickname “The Steel City” due to its booming steel industry, with companies like Stelco and Dofasco playing pivotal roles.

The city faced economic challenges during the latter half of the 20th century due to the decline of the steel industry. However, Hamilton’s economy diversified over time, focusing on healthcare, education, and creative industries. Today thanks to this diversification, and its strategic location between Toronto and the U.S. border, along with its affordability, makes Hamilton an appealing choice for businesses looking to establish or expand operations.

eSilverStrike Consulting’s familiarity with the Hamilton market positions us as the perfect selection for local service area businesses seeking to broaden their online footprint and connect with a larger customer base by investing in a custom website.

Why choose eSilverStrike Consulting for your Hamilton website project?

We're working hard to build a reputation as the best web design agency in Hamilton. Here are 6 great reasons why you should choose eSilverStrike Consulting as your digital marketing partner.

  • We handle your project from start to finish.
  • Expertise in web design, including user experience (UX), user interface (UI), coding, and optimization.
  • Ongoing website management and marketing services available.
  • Focused on the goals of your website with our marketing first approach to design.
  • No user is left behind. Websites are designed with screen size and accessibility in mind.
  • Websites are performance and search engine optimized.
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