Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to some commonly asked questions about the web design process

Yes. We have easy to follow processes in place and our team will guide you and help you make educated choices along the way. In every step of the process, we want our clients to feel relaxed and included.

Each design is different, but typically, we have a new websites launched in 4 to 6 weeks. Depending on how proactive you are about content delivery and revisions, this timetable can be longer or shorter.​

Once your website is paid for and launched you own the site. You will have full ownership of the website. While we would hate to have it happen, you are free to switch your website to a third-party at any time. Since your website is designed with WordPress, you can migrate it to just about any web server.​

No. We can start by using temporary content while you're working on the creation of your content. We'll also send you an overview of the content in order to make it simpler. This offers you direction on the sort of text and photos that will fit well on your website.​

Great question. We will be happy to answer it. Every website is different and our pricing varies based on the requirements of the project. Send us a quick message, tell us about your project, and we'll be happy to provide you with a free, no-stress quote.​

Yes. We build our sites to be search engine friendly. We also build with industry best practices in mind. Our company was founded on digital marketing, so we are really a digital marketing and web design company. HOWEVER, SEO is a complex issue, so we never make any guarantee about how well any website will rank. Anyone who promises you certain search engine ranking results isn't being honest, so be careful.​

If you didn’t find the answer to your questions above, please send us a message. We’ll be happy to speak with you to answer any questions you might have about our web design process.

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