Things You need to know.

If you are new to having a Web Site. You need to understand that in addition to the Web Design. There is the cost of a Web Address and Web Hosting.

Why should you have a website? In today's market, it is a must to have for every business. The way our economy is, every business will need to find an inexpensive way to increase their flow of new and repeat clients back to them.

Allowing us to create a Free Web Design will bring more traffic to your business. Think about it for a minute. How are you advertising your business now? How much have you spent in the past and how many people were you able to reach each day? If you are a Restaurant Owner what is the fastest way for someone to find your location, your menu, and prices. Would it not help you to get faster feedback from clients about your business? How would this help the Chef to improve the menu? Find out what your clients want in order to have them return. Increase your take-out orders and reservations.

So, within a flash, you begin to see the light on why you need a Free Website Design for your business. Web sites work 24/7 and they never sleep $$$.  

Things You need to know.

Web Address and Web Hosting

Domain Name Registration Costs - Domain names are the “Your-business.com” - your website's official name. The cost of domain name registration is very inexpensive and costs around $15 to $30 per year. While purchasing a website domain name is relatively simple, the selection of an appropriate domain name for your business is a critical decision. Make sure you purchase your domain name from a reputable domain registrar. You can also often purchase a domain name from the same company you use for website hosting.
Website  Hosting Costs - You'll need a place to put your website files, called a  "server", because it serves up files to users, just like a waiter  brings you your meal. A "host" is a company that has lots of servers and  rents you space on one of them. The cost of website hosting runs around  $5 to $20 a month depending on which hosting company you select and  which hosting plan you sign up for.  
 

Web Design

Some web  designers charge a flat rate per page, most designers in the USA will  charge $100 - $200 per page. This pricing is usually for basic static  brochure websites that do not require a lot of custom features. The per  page price may go down (with a bulk discount) depending on the number of  pages you need. How many free Orlando websites do you think there are?  If you have a Web Site Designed for you from scratch it can take 6  months to a year. The reason it may take so long is they are very time  consuming and because of this, they are very expensive. Cost can average  $120 an hour and can take up to fifty hours or more for one page. Over  time the cost could be from $2,250 to $10,000.

We will offer you a Free Web Design up to 5 pages with any Web Maintenance agreement with us.

        How much should a website cost? By Jennifer Kyrnin
 

Web Maintenance

Once your Web Site is up and running. You will want to maintain the site. This is ongoing adding; making  changes to the site and rewriting code. This will allow updating and SEO  (Search Engine Optimization) ensuring the search engines will find your site. This also can take many hours each day. You do want your  site, to be viewed by as many people as possible. Don’t you? The Cost could be up to $5000 per month.

    In general, the  earlier (or higher ranked on the search results page), and more  frequently a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors  it will receive from the search engine's users. SEO may target different  kinds of search, including image search, local search, video search, academic search.

 "New to SEO? Need to polish up your knowledge? The Beginner's Guide to  SEO has been read over 1 million times and provides the comprehensive  information you need to get on the road to professional quality SEO".  The Free Beginner's Guide from SEOmoz.

Being Energy Savvy

Look for the label:

The EPA's ENERGY STAR label quickly identifies energy-efficient appliances and electronics.

Automate it:

Automated technology to control electricity and air conditioning can  translate into big savings. Start with a programmable thermostat.

Get the facts:

Most people don't like to read their owners' manuals, but manuals are  full of energy saving ideas. Read your manual to ensure you are taking  full advantage of all the energy-conservation capabilities available  with your electronic devices.

Unplug it:

Many electronic devices, such as televisions, DVD players, stereos,  computers, and cell phone battery chargers, continue to draw a small  amount of power even when turned off or not in use. Unplugging them,  versus only turning them off.

Centralize it:

Make it easy to turn off electronics when they are not in use by  plugging them into power strips. Power strips make it easy to turn off  multiple electronics all at once.

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