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Commissioning a new website from scratch – it can seem like a complicated task and the thought of all that html code and domain name whotsits puts some people off. Lots of small business clients tell us that they’ve been ‘meaning to get a website done’ but didn’t know how best to go about it.
The answer? Give us a call and arrange to drop by – you’ll find out exactly what’s involved, what you need to do and how to go about the task. Importantly, you’ll also find out how much you should expect to pay to get the job done (you’ll probably be pleasantly surprised!).
When we’ve been commissioned and you’ve provided us with the information and content you want to be included, we start work on the site. We’ll aim to come up with a layout you like and agree on the structure of the site, then take the project on to completion. If the site looks like it’ll take a long time to complete (sometimes a client’s priorities change mid-project) you may be asked for an interim payment, but usually you’ll be billed when it’s all done and dusted.
The job isn’t finished there. We’ll host your website too (that means storing it on a fast, permanently net-connected server) and provide you with a statistics program to analyze the hits it gets. You’ll be able to see how many unique visitors you’ve had, the sites they click through from, the searchengines they’ve used to find you and the phrases they typed in to bring your site up.
You’ll also get mailbox facilities, being able to choose your preferred set of email addresses at your site (such as firstname.lastname@example.org). Email comes with webmail features too, so you’ll be able to use your email address when you’re away from your own computer. If you prefer a ‘forwarder’ which sends messages through to your existing email address, that can be arranged too.
So, when you ‘get a website done’ at Wensum.net you’ll get a complete package with lots to it, but it isn’t rocket science and you can rest assured that you’ll be guided all the way.