Never fear, that’s why we are here. You can learn about our time-proven process in our process section.
The investment for a website varies depending upon the features desired and your unique needs. Our goal is to provide your Landscape business with the best results, so therefore we avoid providing a generic service. This means we will be asking you questions about your business and your goals. For a point of reference, though, a basic business site starts at $2,000.
Many factors contribute to the time it takes to complete a website including: Complexity, Number of pages, Specific Features, If you have your content (pictures & text) and logos ready, etc. A typical business website will usually take between 4-6 weeks.
It is ideal if you do, however, we can help you get this setup if needed.
Yes it will. We design all of our websites to work on the most common devices, including desktops/laptops, cell phones & tablets.
WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMS) in the world, powering over 30% of all websites. A CMS is just a fancy word for a tool that allows you to maintain website pages yourself, without the need for advanced technical skills. With a CMS you can: edit & add pages/images/products or blog pages. No additional software is required – all you need is a web browser and an internet connection.
Yes – we provide our clients with training on using and maintaining their website. Keep in mind that there is no “magic bullet” when it comes to having your own website – there will always be care and upkeep involved.
We sure can. Let us know when we talk so we can include these services as part of your project.
Search Engine Optimization is simply about getting your website to show up higher in the search results when people search for your service. The higher-up you are in the results, the more traffic (and more customers) you will get.
Writing content is not part of our standard website packages, however we do offer this service for an additional charge.
Logo design is not part of our standard website packages, however we do offer this service for an additional charge.
A domain name is your address on the internet, serving the same purpose as your street address – to allow visitors to find you. An example is this site you’re on – StartingLeaf.com
As a business owner, you will require both a Domain Name and a Web Hosting account. Many people use the same company for both, but it is not necessary, and is in fact, many times better to keep them separate.
That’s because you’ll want to be able to take your Domain Name with you wherever you want (when and if you change Web Hosting companies). You’ll want to also make sure that you protect your domain name from expiring, being hijacked, and from others trying to “squat” on your domain.
Web Hosting is the service you use that displays your website to visitors when they type your Domain Name into their web browser. There are many additional features a web host may offer, including email, spam filtering, backups, optimization, et al.
All hosts are not equal, and depending on the type of site you want, you may need to do some research to make sure it will be a good fit for your business.