Website Frequently Asked Questions FAQs

  • What platforms do we develop websites on?

    Primarily we use Weblium, but we have experience working with: • WordPress • Wix • SquareSpace • Shopify • Square • WebWave

  • Do you develop and create content for my website?

    We always prefer client-supplied images content, but we will source images, including stock images, and write copy that is informed by SEO optimization and keyword research.

  • How do I get images for my website?

    A picture is worth 1000 words, are they good words or bad words? Your website is the heart of your digital marketing and should be your business' resume. We offer a variety of options to ensure your website has on-brand images.
    We offer Professional Marketing Photography Services, we offer this in-house but are also willing to work with any professional photographer you are have worked with. Contact us about affordable photography packages to give your website a polished and personal touch.
    We also love when businesses take pictures themselves. We will do our best to guide your photography skills to ensure you are producing high-quality photos that reflect the branding and standard of your business.
    We also use stock photos and use them only to supplement content gaps.

  • Do I need a website?

    Websites act as the yellow page for the internet, a website can also save you time generating leads, answering questions, and maintaining control over your brand. We will work with you to ensure your website reflects your business in its best light, acting as a resume for prospective clients. This is your chance to showcase your company's credibility, company values, services, FAQs, and more. Get found by those looking for you while staying relevant and competitive in your industry.

  • How can I change my plan?

    A redesign or revamp should be done every few years to keep up with changes in design trends, technology and search engine algorithms. One of the most important aspects of a website is its usability as well as how it looks which are both affected by what you do during a site's redesign process. A good example of this would be making sure that your content is still readable on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets because more people now use these devices for browsing online than desktop computers (approximately 60% vs 40%). Another consideration could be implementing new features such as live chat software if you want to offer customer service 24/7 rather than just during regular business hours. The design of a website can be changed in many ways. The colours, fonts and images on the page are all customizable to make it more aesthetically pleasing while also making it easier for users to navigate around the content without getting lost or confused about where they're going next. There is no one perfect method when designing a site because every person has their own preference but there are some general guidelines that should be followed such as keeping your navigation bar at the top of each page so people know how to get back home if necessary and using headers for different sections like "About Us" or "Contact." The key to a successful website design is understanding your audience's needs and knowing what they find appealing; therefore conducting some market research will help with deciding on aspects of the site like colors used in images, fonts etc., which should match up with their target demographic.

  • I built a website and now I’m stuck. Can you help?

    We can help you with everything from getting your website started to take it all the way through to completion. We understand that many people are intimidated by this process, and we want to make sure they don't have a bad experience when they visit our site. If you're in need of any form of assistance, please contact us today!

  • What does Website maintenance include?

    Websites are always being built, updated and redesigned. This means that website maintenance is a requirement for the smooth running of websites as it ensures they work properly with new technology and devices. Website maintenance also includes the process of updating content on the site to keep up with recent trends or news stories in order to maintain relevancy among consumers who might visit your page. It's important not only for current visitors but potential ones too – people won't be interested if you have old information about something no longer relevant!
    Website maintenance is a process that entails regular backups, software updates, fixing broken links, form testing to ensure all forms are working properly and not causing any errors. This includes surveys, contact form submissions, etc. The most common problem with forms is often related to browser compatibility or validation of fields required for submission (i.e., email address).

Pricing Frequently Asked Questions FAQs

  • What do you charge?

    We offer one-time charges, subscription options, pricing packages, and payment plans. We are here to work within your marketing budget to ensure your business needs are met.

  • What types of payments do you accept?

    Payment can be made via cheque, e-mail money transfer, as well as a credit card.

  • When will you invoice me?

    Any one-time fees or hourly services will be billed with your monthly subscription. We typically send out all invoices on the 1st of the month unless grandfathered in from our previous billing system. We require 50% deposit once the agreement is signed before the work begins.