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Frequently Asked Questions

Web Design F.A.Q.

After you sign up for the service, we email you an order confirmation & service agreement. After you acknowledge this, we will forward you another email proving you access to our client-only web tools & questionnaire. Once you complete this online questionnaire, I will call you at the time selected During this call, I will confirm information, ask you questions, answer any of your questions, and begin to work on your project.

It usually takes between 7-10 business days, after we receive all the necessary information from you. If expedited shipping is selected, usually it will take between 3-5 business days.

There is a domain registration fee of approximately $15-$20 dollars per year payable to a domain registration company. The development of a website does not include content research, pictures or monthly updates, these may be available for an additional price.

I will provide an hour each month of work to your website along with weekly backups. This will include, content updates, new picture or page, virus removal, troubleshooting etc. Hosting is a separate charge for all clients using our maintenance plan.

Once I receive your questionnaire, I will schedule the phone interview. As soon as we get your content, pictures, logo and color or design choices I will get to work. Most clients will receive a draft within 10 business days or sooner.

Most websites have between 5-10 pages, however, depending on your business products and services, you website may require more pages. Let me know how may pages you would like and I will provide a quote for each additional page over what is included in the website package purchased.

Home, About Us, Services, Contact Us and a Specialty page of your choosing.

Yes, we can add a store with pictures, item descriptions, and automated checkout so you can receive payment and get it deposited into your bank account directly.

While I don’t personally make any edits to video and music. I am familiar with different software that I can direct you too that could be of use.

E-commerce simply means a shop or store set up on a website. With my clients, I set up a store with no more than 10 items of their choosing.

Website policies are an extremely important part of an arts organization’s online presence and the types of activities you provide at your site will determine which policies you need and what they should address.

Acceptable Use Policy
An acceptable use policy is a set of rules that define what may or may not be done with the assets and data within your website, network, or service. It’s meant to protect you and your company against abuse and overuse of the resources.

Cookie Consent Banner
Generate and display a cookie permissions pop-up on your site using our lightweight and customizable free cookie consent banner plugin. Handle the GDPR legislation and EU cookies directive without spending money on a developer.

Privacy Policy
A privacy policy is a document that discloses some or all of the ways your website or product gathers, uses, discloses, and manages a customer or client’s data. It fulfills a legal requirement to protect a customer or client’s privacy.

Terms and Conditions
Terms and conditions (also known as terms of use and terms of service) are a set of guidelines and rules which one must agree to abide by in order to use your website or product. Terms and conditions are legally binding for both parties.

Cookie Policy
A cookie policy outlines the types of cookies and other tracking technologies used on your website, what they do, and how they are used. You are required by the EU law to have a cookie policy and notify visitors that your site uses them.

A disclaimer is often described as a common method used by website owners in order to limit their liability on their website. The main purpose of a disclaimer is to make sure the information on your website will not be improperly relied upon.

Refund Policy
A good refund policy can help protect your company and win your customers’ trust. Refund policy outlines the requirements and steps your customers need to take in order to return or exchange purchased product and receive a refund.

Although there are numerous types of policies related to online activity, they aren’t always applicable to most organizations.

If your organization has the resources to consult with an attorney who specializes in website legal agreements, that’s terrific.

Yes, I can set up a database to capture prospect information so you can follow-up with them later. Also, they can register for newsletters, blogs, and other items.

Websites are priced by packages with select features that meet most budgets however any of packages these may be modified based on client needs.

If you are not on my maintenance plan then no. After your website is fully paid for, I release all  information to the client and it is your responsibility to update your own card information.

Yes, all of the photos I offer for your websites are licensed.

While the client has the freedom to choose whichever domain end they would like, the most common uses of the three are:

  • .com Commercial (for-profit) websites
  • .net Network-related domains
  • .org Non-profit organizations

The domain name is a web address and can be whatever the client wishes it to be (For example, our domain name is The Fee is depending on if they want a .com,.org, or .net which can vary in prices between $14-$20.

A domain name is renewed once a year at the time of purchase. Depending on which domain name extension the client chose (.com,.org, .net) the price will vary. Typically, the cost is $20 per year. You may also choose to cancel or change your domain at the annual renewal time.

Maintenance Plan F.A.Q.

A website maintenance plan isn’t just about improving your online presence; it’s about helping your bottom line. With the right partner and the right plan, you can get back to focusing on what you do best: building your business. I am dedicated to helping you do just that. Whether you just launched your site or you’ve had one for years, we’re ready to help support your web maintenance needs. Get started by reaching out to me and together let’s find the best ways we can help your website—and your business—grow.

All maintenance request will be processed on a first come first serve basis within 3-5 Business Days.

My Maintenance Plan requires a commitment of 6 months. After 6 months, and you feel as if you don’t require maintenance then you are more than welcome to discontinue my services. 

I will provide an hour each month of work to your website along with weekly backups. This will include, content updates, new picture or page, virus removal, troubleshooting etc. Hosting is a separate charge for all clients using our maintenance plan.

Many new businesses already have a lot on their plates without worrying about constantly checking in on their website. It’s tempting to buy a domain name, throw up something temporary, and just worry about it later. There are many reasons why this is not a good idea. Maintaining a current, healthy, and active website is important for a number of reasons.


The whole point to starting a business is to have customers, clients, or an audience. To drive traffic to your website, you’ll need to keep it regularly updated.

Google wants to rank websites that have the most relevant and up-to-date information on their search engine results page . They may even de-index your website entirely if it hasn’t been updated recently enough and if they suspect it has been infected by malware. You must keep your website regularly updated with current content, news, keywords, and articles in order to rank well in search results.

Customer Attraction/Engagement

If your website is gaining traction and traffic, it’s important to keep those potential customers. If they aren’t able to find what they are looking for, current information and relevant content, there is a good chance you’ll lose interest quickly. In order for your website to be the useful tool you want, you’ll need to ensure it is free from typos and grammar issues, has any and all information a customer could want, and looks engaging and consistent.


This is the single most important reason to keep website maintenance on your radar, particularly if your website is storing any form of customer information. If you are using a website building platform like WordPress or Wix, you must ensure that you are installing regular software updates and security patches. It can be easy and attractive for hackers to find and target websites that have sat dormant for too long.

Corporate Image

It’s becoming more and more simple to create a website that looks well-designed and professional. There is an expectation for a professional website from professional companies. If your website doesn’t deliver on the promise of professionalism, your customers will often go elsewhere.

Your Sanity

Your website is a very important element of your business. If it is up-to-date and running smoothly, it can be a valuable support and asset. If it is not in a good state, it can cost you dearly. Once you are behind on your maintenance needs, it can be quite the process to bring the website back up to speed. Sometimes, if your maintenance has been ignored for too long, it is easier just to scrap everything and rebuild from the scratch.

Do yourself and your business a favor by staying on top of your website. This will repay you with simple ease of mind.

Keep up with Trends in Design and Technology

The sleeker your website is, the more you’ll convince potential customers that you are their ultimate choice. If you’re staying on top of your website maintenance, you’ll also have the opportunity to be an early adopter of new website technology that will help the back-end run more smoothly. If you’re installing software updates regularly, you’ll be able to take advantage of new features that install along with the updates.

You’ll also be able to tweak your design to stay on top of the latest website looks. It’s far more tempting to employ a company with a polished and modern website than one that looks like it hopped on a time travel device from 2003. 

User Experience

User experience (UX) is critical if your business wants higher conversion rates. In fact, creating a user UX strategy can potentially raise conversions as much as 400%. Routine maintenance can help pinpoint issues users may be having on your site that prevents them from carrying out a specific task. Maybe the culprit is an outdated plug-in, or perhaps your site isn’t optimized for mobile phones. Whatever the case, consistent monitoring of your site will help deflect any UX-related obstacles.

Cost Savings

Spending money on a web maintenance plan seems counterintuitive to cost savings, but this small investment could save you thousands — if not millions — of dollars down the line. Issues on your website that are ignored or left unnoticed can result in a downed or broken website, costing you lost business, revenue, and time. You’ll also take a big hit to actually pay for your site repairs. Ongoing maintenance ensures those small issues are caught and fixed early so everything can remain business as usual.

The cost for the maintenance plan is $50 a month.

All payments will be requested on the first of each month. A receipt for your records will be given to you upon your request if one is not automatically provided to you.

 You can, of course, take on these tasks yourself, but it will save time and stress to pay an agency for several reasons.

  1. You’ll be hiring me, an expert who can take care of these tasks every day. I know what to look for and what to expect.
  2. You can focus on other areas of your business that need your attention.
  3. Hiring an outside agency is cost-effective and can scale with your company. Your package will reflect the needs of your company.
  4. Your website informs users’ first impressions. If your website doesn’t work properly or looks outdated, customers will often click away. It will set a negative first impression of your business. If your website looks unprofessional, customers may think that your business is too.
  5. Your website informs users’ first impressions. If your website doesn’t work properly or looks outdated, customers will often click away. It will set a negative first impression of your business. If your website looks unprofessional, customers may think that your business is too.
  6. Your website helps grow your sales. Your website plays a crucial role in guiding users toward making a purchase. In the case of ecommerce sites, your site facilitates purchases. If your site doesn’t work properly, you’ll miss out on potential sales.
  7. A website maintenance plan improves security. Cyberattacks cost U.S. companies $15.4 million per year. Repairing the damage caused by cyberattacks is often costly, plus you may lose customers who no longertrust your company with their personal information.

Regular maintenance helps protect your site from cyber threats by keeping your security systems up to date. When you maintain your security protections, customers will feel more comfortable making purchases on your site.

  1. Website maintenance supports your SEO strategy. If users frequently leave your website shortly after arriving on it, Google may view this as a sign that your site isn’t relevant. This increase in bounce rate can lead to lower rankings in search results, which means you’ll drive less traffic to your site.

Persistent technical issues, security issues, and outdated website design, structure, or content all contribute to diminishing your search engine rankings.

Security & Updates

Waking up to a hacked site, lost data, and lost customers is a nightmare. We’ll keep your site, plugins, security patches, and content updated so you’ll sleep soundly. No nightmares, Guaranteed.



By performing secure off-site backups of your database and file system, you’ll never lose your valuable work to server or database crashes again! I back up your database  and do a FULL weekly backup.


Enjoy the convenience of a web expert available via
phone or email after filling out the support ticket link which can be found here.

Peace of Mind

Let professionals manage your site, freeing you up to work on things you love and would rather do. This is what keeps you competitive in the marketplace, saves you money, and gives you space in your head to think about warm sand between your toes and a cool drink in your hand. Kind of awesome, right?

If you do not need a maintenance plan, then I offer an hourly rate of $69.99.