Our web design fees start at $1,000 for fairly straightforward projects. We charge $250 per page with no video or flash. Fees vary according to complexity of the website project. There is also  an initial setup charge of $200,  a web hosting charge of $146 per year  a domain name charge if you don’t have one of $36.
Yes. Most people redesign websites every two years. Most businesses change the content of a website regularly just as they would a brochure that becomes outdated.
This depends on the same factors that determine the cost of your website. For example, a small website could go live in as little as one week, while a complex web design project could take one months or more.
Yes. We can provide web maintenance at $65.00 per hr.
All websites are submitted to major search engines that offer free submission. Inclusions are not guaranteed and could take anywhere from two weeks to see results.
Directories—Search directories that are categorized by topics. The main difference between a search directory and a search engine is how the listings are obtained. Directories rely on user input in order to categorize and include a website.
Pay-per-click advertising—Google or other websites offer this service.
Yes. I have a very good understanding of how search engines work. Working with key words and designing your site to be fully optimize d from the beginning is a good start.
A lot of people assume that Web Design is as easy as designing a brochure— except that it is done with HTML file. However, web design requires far more technical savvy than brochure design.
Your "logo" or trademark, is the most important visual statement of your company. It’s the first impression you make, long before you have ever perfomed a service. We offer you award-winning logo design and other stationery elements, including business cards, letterheads, company envelopes, brochures, catalogues and more. Improve your business through clever and original corporate identity design.
What makes a website usable? How often do you wait for a website page or photo to appear? How easy is it to find information? Is all the information visitors need actually on the site? In order for any tool to be effective, it must be user-friendly. For us, the difference between success and failure is our ability to design a website that passes a variety of usability tests.
 WEB-BASED SALES — All about Shopping and getting a shopping cart rolling.  OFFLINE SALES — Getting people to sign up for a subscription.  LEAD GENERATING — Offering people something free if a visitor submits a name and e-mail addresse.  MARKET AWARENESS — Getting people coming to your site to learn about you. Important if you are selling a service like adwebart.com.  INFORMATIVE OR ENTERTAINING — Oprah.com is a good example, Visitors come to be entertained and get information.  INFLUENCE OR PERSUASION — Sites designed to influence and teach your visitors.