Frequently Asked Questions
being bombarded with extraneous menus and content not directly related to the primary task at hand, our customers can better engage with our core product and services being domain name registration, website development, website hosting, website marketing, website monitoring and account administration. In other words, ‘less is sometimes more’, we didn’t want to overwhelm our clients with all that we’ve got if their focus at the time was to build or maintain their website.
Our corporate website boast much more content related to our in-house team of designers such as our interactive portfolio that showcases our projects spanning all of our services such as Corporate Identity Packages, Motion Graphics, Website Design, and more.
Simply put… we know what we’re doing and your business will benefit from it. We are highly educated and experienced professionals in a concentrated scope of skill-sets often required to be a success, long-term, in website production. We not only have the creative expertise, but the technical and marketing expertise as well.
Our support staff is ready to assist you 24/7 if need be and our data center provides 99% website up-time with full backups of your data.
One of the things we provide that will help you the most is BEFORE YOU GET STARTED, we let you know what items and content to have ready and approximately how long it will take to complete that portion of the overall task. Ever started taking an online survey and wondered how many pages do I have to commit to before this thing is finished? Can I save my work or do I have to start over? Ever gone to get a Driver’s License or Passport and not been made aware of all the required documents to complete the process only to have to take another day off work, to come back and stand in line all over again?
We’ve got your back!
- monthly web hosting server fees: aprox. $5-$20/month
- domain name renewal fees: aprox. $7-10/year
- ecommerce shopping cart renewal fees: $5-10/month
- online marketing via vendors like Facebook Marketing or Google Advwords $20-$50+/month
CMS stands for ‘Content Management System.’ Basically, it is a database that stores the content of your website and provides a easy to use front end interface to make updates with rather than having to edit each webpage by hand and upload it via FTP Client software. Some of the most popular Content Management Systems are WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal. WordPress is widely used and well received and evolved from its primary purpose which was to provide a blog platform that anyone could use. WordPress is great for small websites and is easier to learn and maintain than Joomla and Drupal. Joomla is the next step up when needing more features and scalability than WordPress can provide. Joomla is a little bit more robust and has somewhat of a steeper learning curve. Although beginners can typically achieve success with Joomla it isn’t typically recommend to novice computer users. Drupal is the most flexible and robust of the three CMS described here. Drupal is for advanced users that have database and SQL experience because the structure of the CMS engine provides the greatest ability for customization. Large businesses often use Drupal for an entry-level CMS and it typically requires full-time webmasters to maintain it.