want a website but don't know where to start.
by looking on the internet at other similar businesses
to get an idea of the style and content that they have
used. You'll find a range so pick those that fit
the image that you want your business to have and this
will give you an idea of the level of content and images
that you will need.
package prices seem reasonable, but are there any hidden costs?
are no hidden costs - your website can cost the quoted package
price. If you ask for any extras, such as pop-up pages, we
will tell you the cost before starting any work.
is a pop up?
A pop up
is a page or image that appears as a small window when you click
on an image or link on the main page.
makes a good website?
images make great looking websites and text content is also
equally important. Try to say as much about yourself or
business - empty web pages are not attractive (either to viewers
or to search engines). Whilst some people like bright
colours it is important to note that not everyone shares your
taste in colours.
you provide pictures to put on my site?
provide some library images, but to reflect your business we
prefer that you provide the majority of images for your website.
images can I use?
use any images that you have produced. To use any other
images you must first seek permission from the copyright owner
of the image. It is your responsibility to ensure that you
have permission to use and publish all images.
you take the photos for me?
have arranged for photography to be undertaken for our websites.
However the use of photographers is costly and can dramatically
increase the cost of your website. Library images are a
change information on my website and how much will it cost?
part of your website can be changed. For simple text
changes the cost is around £10 per page and changing images is
around £20 per page.
having a website bring more money in for my business?
will not guarantee extra revenue, but it will provide customers
with access to information on your business 24/7. Often
customers will want to get an impression of a business before
taking time to travel and visit in person - your website allows
them to instantly view your products, services and examples of
have a website that needs revamping, how much will this cost?
depends on the amount of revamping needed. In general
though the amount of work to revamp an existing website is the
same as for a new website - so for a ten page website the cost
is £499 plus VAT (if you retain your current hosting server then
this cost can be reduced).