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Simple and Flexible Pricing

Choose a plan that fits your needs best

WEBSITE DESIGN

Simple and Flexible Pricing

Choose a plan that fits your needs best

SOCIAL MEDIA

FAQs

Frequently asked questions

HOW CAN I UPGRADE MY PLAN?
You can change your plan at any time. We prorate the year and you pay the difference. It’s that simple.
WHEN WILL I BE BILLED?
A 50% deposit must be paid to secure your project’s start date and be entered into our calendar.  50% is due upon completion of the project with client approval.
WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?
We except all major credit cards including cash, check, and paypal.  We do have monthly payment plans available based on project size and credit.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN MY SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRES?
You will be invoiced 30 days prior to domain or plan expiration.  If you are looking to not re-sign your plan you must be prepared to move the domain over within 10 days of expiration or the new domain registrar may not be able to pull the domain.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I NEED AN EXTRA UPDATE NOT INCLUDED?
You can email any requests for additional changes to your site and we will send over a quote if the update consists of above standard needs.
HOW SECURE IS MY PAYMENT INFO?
Our site is encrypted with HTTPS SSL certificates with encryption standards that are accepted at most financial institutions.  Security is our utmost concern so your information will always be safe with us.
DO I OWN MY WEBSITE?
All of our website packages do not include the cost to own the site in it’s entirety including but not to: commercial licensing, licensed imagery, licensed plugins, custom designed graphics, or wire-frame design flow concepts.  To keep our website packages as affordable as possible we do not charge upfront for these so that we can maintain a low annual rate. In the event that you would like to keep the site in it’s entirety we can issue a quote based on the overall labor costs and licensing requirements.
WHAT DEFINES A WEBSITE UPDATE

Our website monthly or annual plans include a certain frequency of “website updates”.  A website update can include the following:

  • Adding/Removing/Changing images in placeholders throughout website.
  • Adding/Removing/Changing Text in placeholders throughout website.
  • Small changes to page/menu/footer/button structures or designs.
  • Editing links throughout website.
  • Small changes to page structure (header, body, lower section).
WHAT DEFINES A WEBSITE RE-DESIGN

A redesign usually implies that the code and visual appearance of a website change significantly. For example, a new visual identity and branding are rolled out, pages are restructured UX-wise to incorporate new modules and functionality, the information architecture gets updated, a new CMS (content management system) is introduced—and this all goes live around the same time.

WHAT DEFINES A WEBSITE REFRESH

A refresh takes place when the core structure and functionality of the website remain largely untouched and minor changes are applied. For example, the look & feel of the site gets updated with a new color palette and typography, or small UX tweaks are added to individual page templates.