How do I get started?
Refer to our
process page to take
you through a website project from start to finish!
How long does it take to get a new
web site up and running?
A small to mid-sized site takes
approximately 6 weeks to be posted online once we
receive all necessary materials from you. We will
have a clearer picture of the timeline once we have
received all the materials and have a good idea
about the size of your project.
What are the continuing
costs of maintaining a web site once it is
It is important to remember that a
website should be dynamic. It is an ongoing work in
progress, in most cases. We can continually
manage your site on an as-needed basis.
The main costs to consider (on an
annual basis) are:
The initial design/development
fees, will of course, depend upon the size and
complexity of your site.
Who provides the content
for my website?
The customer provides the text and content for their
website. The text should be well-written, edited,
grammar-checked, and ready to be shown to the
public. The text can be sent on a floppy disk or as
an email attachment. This greatly reduces the time
it takes to build your site, and it is recommended
that it be provided in this fashion.
people find my website?
Putting a website online without
marketing it is like writing a book and not having a
publisher. At minimum, it is strongly advisable to
have the site submitted to the major search engines
so the site can begin to have some visibility.
Continuing this practice on a yearly basis, and
finding other ways to advertise the site (like
listing on specific directories within the web) can
be very beneficial in attracting visitors. You can
also choose to buy advertising banners to place on
other, well-traveled sites, and place reciprocal
links on other sites. Although there is a cost
involved in these activities, they have proven to be
well worth the effort. Just like any other
business, with a website it is necessary to find
ways to attract and maintain customers. We can make
recommendations and assist you with this!
I am not located in close proximity to WebsEtc.
Is it difficult to communicate on that basis?
We perform work for numerous
clients all over the US. Since most materials can
be transferred by e-mail, and all the work is done
in our office, proximity is not a problem. We will
stay in close contact with you!