Frequently Asked Questions
a site do I need?
individual requirements will dictate how simple or complex their
Website needs to be. You may require a simple but pleasant online
brochure or a more complex database driven Website. Your budget
also plays a part in your decision. Keep in mind, however, that
while the price of a professional Website is a major concern, the
truth is, it should not be the primary concern. What should be your
primary concern is quality. Whether your goal is to increase sales,
reduce communication costs, or provide information, we can provide
a solution that extends your business to a global audience.
What is a
Domain Name and do I need one?
A 'Domain Name'
is the name by which a company or organization is known on the internet.
It is the basis of your internet identity. A domain name is your
unique identity on the internet. Since no two domain names can be
identical, it is important to reserve your domain as soon as possible.
Over 2,000 domains are registered every day, and with the internet
increasing in popularity, now is the time to reserve your domain
of domain names is to allow ordinary users connected to the Internet
to find Web sites and send email to addresses with familiar names
such as "mybrand.com" or "yourname.com" without
having to memorize the numerical addresses that actually locate
the computers or servers on the Internet.
Do I want
a 'flashy' site or something more straight forward that loads quickly?
A well designed
web site can open many new areas for a small or large business,
but just the opposite is also true. The tremendous popularity of
the Web led many companies to put sites out with to many bells and
whistles, unfortunately they compromised their image. We can help
you develop a clean, fast loading and easy to navigate site that
YOUR clients will rave about.
Could I design
a site myself?
Beauty is in
the eye of the beholder--as long as it is the customer's eye. Chances
are you wouldn't design your own ads or brochures. So why would
you develop your own Website? Just because you can program in HTML
and upload a page does not mean you will produce a quality Website.
Consider - if your inexpensive Website is a failure, how much money
have you saved? Be professional--go with a professional; it will
pay in the long run, and probably in the short run.
does a quality Website cost?
The cost of
a Website depends on the needs and desires of the owner. We have
developed Website with just one page to large sites complete with
database. Compare, if you will, a 1/16 page black-and-white ad in
the local yellow pages which costs about $3000 per year and a one-sheet,
fold-up brochure that might cost between $2000 and $2500! From a
cost standpoint, the Website is clearly a winner. To get a general
idea of what your Website might cost, click
here for an estimate.