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Yes. After our initial meeting, you will receive a proposal that will act as a contract. It will outline the work scope, the price you are expected to pay, and the timeline it will be completed. The contract protects us, ensuring that both parties fulfill their obligations.
You will receive the proposal roughly one week after our initial conversation via email. You can sign the contract digitally via HelloSign, which is legally binding.
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I do not charge by the hour. I charge by the project. Each project is different and may require other unique fees, such as professional photos, hosting fees, and domain name purchasing.
Yes. I know some projects carry a hefty price tag (for example, a 10-page website with professional photos and copywriting). During the consultation, we will discuss the project’s timeline and ways to make it affordable.
You must know your budget, deadline, and a general overview of the project you have in mind. Together we can think of all possible within your budget and timeline.
I have a hard deadline for responding to client calls and emails within 24 hours during the week and the next business day, if over the weekend or holiday. There may be periods of a week or two during some more extensive projects that you will not hear from me. Work stages are outlined in the work proposal.
I love working with teams as they lead to the best results.
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When you receive, the final product depends on the size, scope, and deadline of your project. You can find an estimated timeline for your project in the proposal.
Yes. I often recommend hiring a professional photographer. Professional photography adds a level of professionalism that cannot be beaten. If hiring other professionals is out of your budget, we can discuss what we can do and produce the best possible product.
I will often outsource logo design to an artist who is best suited to help you reach your vision. Logos can be very specific, as that tiny picture represents your whole brand! I can help you find someone who is right for you.
Yes. We will discuss the maintenance of the site at the start of the project. Avoid out-of-date content, broken links, and common errors by hiring a professional to maintain the site.
Essential website maintenance starts at $150 a month. Monthly checkups include preventing broken links, addressing mobile responsiveness errors, and performing minor content updates.
Two rounds of revisions are included in the price quoted in your proposal. The first step in any project is the mock-up. During this phase, we will nail down your website’s look, feel, and language. After this step, your two rounds of revisions start.
During each round of revisions, we will meet digitally or in-person to discuss desired changes. You will receive each draft at least one week before the meeting so you and your team can review the design and content.
It depends. There are a lot of variables that can impact the timeline of building a website. Here are some things to consider:
-Do you have a logo?
-Do you have photos of you, your products, or your location?
-Do you have the content already written?
-Do you want to include search engine optimization?
-How many pages do you want on your website?
-I generally suggest home at least: home, products/services, about, contact
-How much time can you commit to reviewing drafts and discussing revisions per week/month?
-Do you have a hard deadline?
I will cover these questions at the consultation. The final proposal will share the project’s timeline.
No. I can include the cost of a professional photographer and writer at the expense of the website. Hiring qualified professionals are often recommended but will increase the price of the overall project.
Yes. I prefer to build on the WordPress platform, but I understand it isn’t the most user-friendly. If you or an employee will be maintaining a site, we can look at an option that would be best for you.
Yes. We can discuss potential options if you are unsure what your domain (the whole www.YOUR-BUSINESS-NAME-HERE.com thing). You will want to find a short, easy-to-remember, and on-brand name.
Domain: A domain is like a street address. This unique address takes internet users where you store your website files. You get to choose a .com, .edu, .net or unique ending.
Keeping your website online doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. You can expect to pay for a domain and hosting for most small sites from $20 to $50. When purchasing domains and hosting, I often use Siteground.com.
With most providers, you can save money by prepaying for years of service. Many places allow you to pay for up to 5 years at a substantial discount, saving you bundles of cash.
Backlinks are simply links from someone else’s website to yours. Search engines such as Google use the number and quality of the links to determine your website’s legitimacy.
While having many links to your website is essential, they must come from reputable sites. For example, links from NYS.gov show you are a very reliable site because the state of New York should not link to spam content.
Absolutely! Setting up an email address with your unique URL after the @ is easy. I can also set up your account with Google if you want to connect with the Google Suite.
Citations are database listings that showcase your name, address, phone number, website, and business basics. Angie’s List, Google My Business, Facebook, and hundreds of others are examples of databases/ websites you can list your business. It is critically important that your citations are consistent across platforms.
First, we will identify the client’s needs and how you are in a unique position to fulfill that needs. We can create content that makes their life easier and showcases your knowledge. I aim to increase “trust and authority” in your company and brand.
Once you become a trusted business, you can offer free lead generators. Often these are in the form of an ebook or video series. You want to help potential clients avoid common pitfalls that you see people make in your work line.
Overall, this strategy has worked repeatedly for my clients, and I’m not afraid to share it. It takes time and energy to plan, develop, and execute each phase correctly. Together we can create a social media plan highlighting your knowledge and expertise. Your free download will show why you are the clear choice in your industry.
Also, we will step up your reviews and testimonial game.
Absolutely! Social media strategies should include creative ways to link back to various pages on your website. It would help if you linked to pages well beyond the homepage. While these social media links do not count as a true backlink, they are essential in showing your brand’s relevance.