White label website design

What We Offer

We are White label
website design agency

10+ Years Of Experience In Website Design & Development

At Coxtim, we offer white label website design services to other companies. Our team of experienced web designers and developers can create custom websites for your clients or for your own brand, without any visible branding or logo from Coxtim. This allows you to present the website as your own and offer a seamless experience to your clients. We work closely with you to understand your requirements and provide solutions that meet your needs. Our white label website design services include responsive design, e-commerce websites, custom web applications, and more. Contact us today to learn more about our white label website design services and how we can help your business grow.

Make Strategy

Determine what you want to achieve with your business.

Website Design

This involves understanding the client's goals, target audience, and competition.


This involves creating the user interface and visual elements of the website using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Project Testing

This involves running the test cases and recording the test results. It includes functional testing, performance testing, security testing, and user acceptance testing.

Project Lunch

Before launching the project, it is important to conduct thorough testing to ensure that it functions properly and is free of defects.

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What We Offer

HTML, CSS & WordPress Development

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is a markup language used to structure the content of a website. It provides a basic structure for web pages and allows developers to create headings, paragraphs, lists, and other content elements. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a stylesheet language used to describe the visual presentation of a website. It allows developers to control the layout, typography, colors, and other visual aspects of a website. WordPress is a popular content management system (CMS) that is used to build and manage websites. It allows developers to create custom themes and plugins using HTML, CSS, and PHP. When developing a website using HTML, CSS, and WordPress, the process typically involves the following steps:
Responsive Design

Design For Any Device Responsive Web Design

Responsive web design is an approach to web design that focuses on creating websites that provide an optimal user experience across a wide range of devices, including desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. With responsive web design, the layout and content of the website adjusts dynamically based on the screen size and resolution of the device.

When designing for any device with responsive web design, there are several important considerations to keep in mind:

White label website design
White label website design

Very Much 91.50% Increase in Organic Traffic

A 91.50% increase in organic traffic means that there has been a significant improvement in the amount of traffic coming to a website through search engine results, without paid advertising or other promotional efforts. This increase can be attributed to a number of factors, such as improved search engine optimization (SEO), content marketing, and social media engagement.

    Keyword research: Identifying the most relevant and valuable keywords for the website’s target audience, and using them strategically in content and metadata.
  2. On-page optimization: Ensuring that the website’s pages are properly structured and optimized for search engine crawlers, including title tags, meta descriptions, and header tags.
  3. Content creation: Developing high-quality, relevant, and engaging content that is optimized for search engine visibility and user engagement.
  4. Link building: Building high-quality inbound links from reputable sources to improve the website’s authority and visibility in search engine results.
  5. Social media engagement: Building a strong social media presence and engaging with users on social media platforms to improve brand awareness and drive traffic to the website.
Support & Marketing​

Marketing to Support Your Web Design

Marketing is an essential component to support your web design efforts and ensure that your website reaches your target audience effectively. Here are some key marketing strategies to consider:
SEO Service
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

SEO involves optimizing your website's content and structure to rank higher in search engine results. This can help increase the visibility and credibility of your website among potential customers.

Content Marketing

Content marketing involves creating and sharing valuable, relevant, and consistent content to attract and retain a clearly defined audience. This can help build brand awareness and establish your company as a thought leader in your industry.

Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Advertising

PPC advertising involves placing ads on search engines and other websites, and paying only when a user clicks on the ad. This can help drive targeted traffic to your website and increase conversions.

Email Marketing

Email marketing involves sending targeted emails to your subscribers to promote your products or services, share relevant content, and drive traffic to your website.

White label website design
White label website design
White label website design
Years Of Experience

Asked Questions about White label website design.

What is website design?

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Pricing Plan

Best Package For Responsive Web Design

Basic Plan

  • Landing page design (1 pages)
  • HTML+CSS design (6 pages)
  • Online support (24/7)
  • Social Media Marketing
  • WordPres development
  • 4 Days Delivery
  • 5 Revisions
$ 200 one time
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Standard Plan

  • Landing page design (2 pages)
  • HTML+CSS design (8 pages)
  • Online support (24/7)
  • Social Media Marketing
  • WordPres development
  • 7 Days Delivery
  • 7 Revisions
$ 350 one time
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Premium Plan

  • Landing page design (3 pages)
  • HTML+CSS design (10 pages)
  • Online support (24/7)
  • Social Media Marketing
  • WordPres development
  • 10 Days Delivery
  • 10 Revisions
$ 550 one time
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Checkout Our Website Design & Development Services

  • Minimalist design: a simple and clean design with minimal elements and features.
  • Flat design: a design style that uses simple two-dimensional elements and bright colors.
  • Material design: a design style that uses shadows and depth to create a realistic and tactile user interface.
  • Responsive design: a design that adjusts and optimizes the layout for different screen sizes and devices.
  • Parallax design: a design that creates an illusion of depth by using scrolling and overlapping elements.
  • One-page design: a design that fits all the content on a single page, with sections navigated via scrolling or links.
  • Typography-focused design: a design that emphasizes typography, using creative fonts and typography hierarchy to draw attention.
  • Illustration-focused design: a design that uses illustrations to convey a message or story.
  • Image-focused design: a design that uses large, high-quality images to create an immersive experience.
  • Interactive design: a design that encourages user engagement through animations, videos, and interactive elements.
  • Storytelling design: a design that uses a narrative structure to tell a story or convey information.
  • E-commerce design: a design that focuses on optimizing the user experience for buying products online.
  • Blog design: a design that focuses on displaying blog posts and encouraging user engagement through comments and social sharing.
  • Portfolio design: a design that showcases the work of an artist, designer, or photographer.
  • Magazine design: a design that organizes content in a way that mimics a traditional print magazine, with sections and features.
  • Landing page design: a design that is focused on encouraging a user to take a specific action, such as signing up for a newsletter or downloading an ebook.
  • Video background design: a design that uses a video background to create an immersive and engaging experience.
  • App-focused design: a design that promotes and encourages app downloads, with links to app stores and features specific to mobile devices.