How Does A Website Help Your Business?
an EXCEPTIONAL VALUE
A Few Things I offer
My Pricing Is Simple
I design, build, launch, host, and maintain your new website. All you have to do is nothing!
ENTREPRENEUR$250 Set Up
Hosting & Maintenance
Unlimited Email Addresses
Google My Business
Social Media Set Up
100% USA Based
My plan does not include a shopping cart or scheduling tool. Those items are available at an additional cost.
My website plan comes with priority support. You can email me, call me, or chat with me during normal business hours!
Have a Question?
Hopefully your question is answered here. If Not please don’t hesitate to reach out to me!
I will get started on your new website immediately! If all of my correspondence with you is handled quickly I will usually complete your website within 14 days.
Absolutely! Once you sign up – we will send you full instruction on how to set up your email address in your email platform on your computer as well as your phone. Example: Outlook, Apple Mail, Google Mail
Absolutely! If you do not already have your domain name we will purchase it for you. The name belongs to you! Due to ICANN regulations the domain name can only be transferred every 60 days. So if for some reason you wish to transfer your domain name to another hosting provider we will simply direct your name to that provider until the 60 days is up. Don’t worry – your new website will work fine through the whole process. If you already own your domain name, you will simply log in to your name registration company website (ie:GoDaddy) and point your name servers to the name servers we provide to you when you sign up.
I am located on the beach in Maui! HAHA! Just kidding! That’s the best part of being an online service – location doesn’t matter! There is no reason to meet in person because everything is done digitally. But seriously – Myself and my team is in Houston, Texas. My USA servers are located in Iowa and Chicago. I also have servers in The UK, Amsterdam, Germany, Netherlands, Singapore, and Australia. But everyone you will communicate with is in good ole USA!
I will build your new website just how you want it. Generally up to 10 pages. You will also receive custom email addresses. Your website will have a SSL certificate attached to give you https security. Your website will also be monitored 24/7/365 for security threats and be updated with all of the latest WordPress updates.
The only other charges that would apply would be if the theme you require has an additional cost, or any plug-ins that have additional costs. Those charges would be passed directly to you with no mark up. Also, those charges would be discussed before any plug-in is added to your website. One example would be if you would like a scheduling tool on your site such as Acuity Scheduling, that has an additional monthly charge of $X per month.
Absolutely! My website plan is a monthly subscription plan that you can cancel anytime you wish. If you would like to keep your website, you can simply purchase the WordPress file for $1000. Then you can host it wherever you like. Keep in mind your email address(es) are part of our hosting plan, so you will need to set up new email addresses with your new hosting company.
Absolutely! I promote my clients on social media. On my own posts I plug my clients and their contact info and yes, a link to their awesome website! Nope, nobody else does that.
It’s common for many businesses to rely on social media platforms such as Facebook as their main source of online advertisement. It’s imperative that every business has social media in today’s world. But more important that they have their own company website.
A Facebook business page is a must for any business. It’s a great way to build a larger audience and discover who your main audience is. However, a Facebook business page should not take the place of your company’s website.
Your company cannot thrive off of a business Facebook page alone. You need your website to be the backbone of your company’s online presence.
Facebook Always Has the Control
With each year that passes, Facebook comes up with new ways to change or morph their terms and conditions. This even happens multiple times during just one year. This is something that they do easily because they don’t need to ask anyone permission before doing so.
If the changes are something that you have a problem with, then your only option is to not use Facebook for a business page – and Facebook won’t be harmed by this if this is the decision you make. Facebook always has the control, and when using their platform, you have no other choice but to go along with it.
Social Media Should Support Your Website
It’s important to note that aside from giving up some control when using social media platforms, they’re still important to have. The only difference here is that you should use them to support your website, not take its place.
You want people to access your Facebook page and then click over to your website where they can browse through your products or list of services and learn more about why your company is so amazing. Once you get people to visit your website, you can then influence them to become a customer in whatever way you see best.
You won’t have to worry about following specific terms and conditions when creating marketing content on your page. Visitors will see what you want them to see each time they visit your website and click on a specific page. This is going to be the best way to convert visitors into new clients.
Facebook Is a Constant Competition
When only using a Facebook page, you’re in constant competition with a large number of other businesses. With so many businesses turning to social media, there’s more content and advertisements on the platform than one person could ever take in.
Not only do you have to compete with other businesses’ advertisements, but you also have to compete with your possible clients’ Facebook friends. With advertisements being thrown into their newsfeed, they can easily be distracted from clicking your ad if their friend recently posted something more interesting.
On your website, you have a person’s full attention. You’re not in competition with anyone else. Sure, you might have to do some work to guide them there in the first place, but once you do, you’ve got it in the bag.
Your Website Is Important in Marketing
Your company’s website is an important part of your marketing strategy. Your website is essentially the backbone of your entire marketing campaign. Your main goal should be to use other advertising gimmicks to direct traffic back to your website.
That’s exactly what your Facebook page’s main goal should be: get potential clients back to the website where they can convert to clients. It’s your website that provides all of the essential information about your business.