Frequently asked questions
Yes, we split the payment into two. The first 50% is normally taken before build the website as an advance payment. Typically the following 50% will take after the project delivery. Usually we will deliver a fully developed website within 3 weeks. If the client is unable to deliver material/ information that required for the development process, within the 1st week of the development, the development process can take more than expected. In this instance following 50% will be taken after 21 days from the initiation of the development process, either website is completed or not.
The cost depends on the type of website and amount of time used to design and custom develop your project. We offer specific products for your requirements to help keep the cost as minimal as possible, but custom design and/or development work is billed accordingly. We’re happy to figure out the best plan to make your website work for you!
It really depends on what type of website you want. We’ll be able to discuss this on our requirement gathering before we start working together.
- Content for the website e.g. text, PDFs etc
- Any videos you would like adding to the website
- Login details to your existing website
- Details of your existing domain
Your launch date will depend on the complexity of your website. Our usual turnaround is between 3-4 weeks, depending on our client’s ability to provide feedback, content, and the overall complexity of the build.
All of our sites are built with best practices and without bloated code, optimizing it for Search Engines.
While your site may be optimized for organic SEO, it takes a while for the bots that are crawling your website to see the changes that you’ve made and in turn improve your rankings. Organic SEO can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months – you are simply at the mercy of Search Engines. It is also harder to rank higher against the old competitive websites that had a organic SEO for years.
A website is more than just the physical appearance, it’s also the site architecture and the technology behind it, both of which may or may not be helping or hurting you in Google rankings and user experience. If you’re looking for just graphic updates or content updates that’s one thing, but if your site is not hitting industry benchmarks (like site speed, mobile responsiveness, content architecture, outdated technology and design, etc.), then it’s a good time to evaluate your options. Starting with a new website lets you talk about your business as it sits today but also where you’d like to be in the next several years. Modern websites have more functionality available to them to make updating and maintaining your website much easier in the future.