Choose the plan that’s right for your needs. 

All plans require Deposit and Project Kickoff: 50% Project Completion: 50%.

Website Add-ons

Additional Work By the Hour – $50
Web design/web maintenance support; quarter hour minimum applies

Content Writing – $100 per page 
Content writing that will help you get your message across simply

Donations – $100
Set up donation payments through PayPal or Stripe

Google Analytics – $100 
Initial Google Analytics set up

Shopping Cart Integration – request a quote
Add e-commerce or payment options to site; contact for quote

Additional Interactive Forms – $5 per field
Interactive forms can be added to any web page

Events Calendar – $100
Add an embedded events calendar

Membership Module Setup – $250
Connect membership plugin such as MemberPress or Wishlist Member

Chatbot – $200 
Add a chatbot for increased customer engagement; 20 nodes included

Coaching – $100 per hour
Customized one-on-one WordPress training; half hour minimum applies

Frequently Asked Questions

Knowing what you want at the start is key here. Having as much detail as possible about your requirements will allow me to provide you with a website design that meets all of your needs. Your availability (or lack of it) can have a large impact on the design process; I will need to be in regular contact with you. I will also need the following from you at the start:
1. Domain & Hosting: Registration for your domain name and hosting should be made in your name. I can help walk you through the process and make suggestions, but the purchase will need to be complete before starting your website.
2. Copy: Whether you’re writing the content yourself, or outsourcing it me, I’ll need as much information upfront as possible. If I do not have content for your website, we can’t go live, it’s as simple as that.
3. Images: If you have photos that you want to use, I’ll need these at the start. If you’re outsourcing that part to me, you’ll need to have an idea of the type of images you want.
4. Other items: I’ll require high quality logo images, links and other information that you want included on the site, at the start of the process. All of these aspects affect the layout and design of the website.

There are two main delays that occur during website design projects, namely:
1. Absence of content: No content, no website. Content is the backbone of any website, if it’s lacking then the launch of the website will most definitely be delayed. Whether you’re undertaking this aspect yourself or outsourcing, be sure to include this as part of your planning process.
2. Approval turnaround times: Delays in approval can interrupt the process. Making the approval process as simple as possible will ensure that the project runs according to schedule. Red tape or a lack of time to review design steps, can lead to delays. Where possible, approval and feedback should be delegated to a small amount of people who can make decisions quickly.

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