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  • 1. Discussion & Consult

    First, you’ll need to fill out and submit our contact form.  Be sure to include as much info as you can in the message section. Tell us a little about you, your business and what you are looking for in a website. I’ll contact you directly to schedule a free, 60-minute telemeeting, at a time that’s convenient for both of us.

    You’ll want to have any questions, concerns or design idea’s, ready for the call.

    It’s always nice the first time I speak to a new client, get to know a little about them, and share a little about myself. Getting to know you, your business, your market, and your product or service will give me insight into how to build out the website.

    I’ll then prepare a proposal for the website build based on your specifications and email you the agreement.

  • 2. Planning

    Once the proposal is completed, I’ll contact you to submit, review, and finalize any details.

    Once the agreement is finalized, we’re ready to start the planning stage.

    I’ll ask you some questions to gather information that will help me to design your website to best fit your type of business.

    I’ll then want to connect with you via facebook messenger. Most of the interaction from here on will be on facebook messenger as it’s easy to relay links and other files as well as chat in real time.

    We’ll also be able to use the call feature on messenger, via our mobile phones over wifi, so as to not incur any long distance phone charges.

  • 3. Design

    I’ll begin by helping you register your domain if you don’t yet have one. I’ll set up hosting for the site, load the platform and begin uploading general content, pictures, and info about you and your business.

    Once I have some basic content files uploaded I’ll be able to show you the site to see if you like the theme and layout.

    At this point, the site is nowhere close to being complete. This is only so you can get a feel of the general theme.

    Your website will not be visible online until we go live with it, but I will be opening it up to you only at various times so that you can see the progress.

    Your new website should be completed and ready for launch within about two weeks.

  • 4. Coding

    Now the detail work comes in.

    Coding is, basically, computer language behind how things look on the website, and more importantly to search engines.

    This is where ‘do it yourself’ free websites fail. They are not optimized properly for search engines and usually, contain hundreds of errors.

    We install all the plug-ins which make the site work including some custom plug-ins that we use exclusively for our own clients to help us monitor and track how your website is performing.

    These include top security system software to protect your website from hackers.

  • 5. Programming

    Programming is the development stage that makes the website work for its intended purpose.

    This is the business side of the website.

    Forms, links, email, optional CRM or e-commerce systems are integrated and tested so that business happens while you sleep.

    This is where we make the automation happen.

    Whether capturing an email through a basic form on your website, to a powerful CRM system incorporated that will automatically follow up with your new opt-ins and subscribers to keep potential clients in the loop, this stage is crucial to capture and manage new leads.

  • 6. Your Website Launch

    The waiting is over.

    The countdown has ended and it’s time to launch your new website.

    We’ll help to promote your site on your social media correctly and safely.

    At this point, you’ll want to think about our SEO service package designed to get your new website ranking organically on Google search for your keywords. This is the second key to your online success, traffic.

    Once you have the traffic the lead capture system you have should bring in new leads. The better the lead capture system, the more leads you will get, based on the amount of traffic you’re getting.