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Option Two

$1,200

This option includes a completed website with up to five pages. Hosting plan and domain name charges are extra. It does not include eCommerce. Additional pages may be added for an additional cost. It is a great choice for a small to medium businesses. This fee is a one time fee. Hosting and domain name charges would initially be billed prior to website launch and then be billed annually starting one year from website launch. Any updates or changes after website launch would be billed on an hourly basis. If you require multiple updates, a monthly maintenance fee can be arranged. Updates and changes are content changes only and does not include the addition or restructuring of any website pages.

Option Two

$1,200

This option includes a completed website with up to five pages. Hosting plan and domain name charges are extra. It does not include eCommerce. Additional pages may be added for an additional cost. It is a great choice for a small to medium businesses. This fee is a one time fee. Hosting and domain name charges would initially be billed prior to website launch and then be billed annually starting one year from website launch. Any updates or changes after website launch would be billed on an hourly basis. If you require multiple updates, a monthly maintenance fee can be arranged. Updates and changes are content changes only and does not include the addition or restructuring of any website pages.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What costs are associated with a website design project?

There are four costs associated with the construction of a website. Costs that are annual in nature would be billed prior to website launch and then invoiced annually starting one year after website launch.

  1. The design fees. This fee is the labor cost for the designer to create your website.
  2. Hosting fees. When a website is created, it consists of a group of files. These files need to be accessed when someone tries to go to your website. These files are placed on a server (a hosting server) and when someone types in xyz.com, they are taken to this hosting server and your website is displayed. There is a fee associated with setting up and maintaining your hosting environment. This fee is currently $11.99/mo and is billed annually.
  3. Domain name fees. You have to have a domain name(s) associated with your website so your customers know how to find you. If available, this is usually the name of your business. This fee is currently $12.95/yr per domain name and is billed annually.
  4. Third party fees. This is a fee that would be associated with additional plugins or options that a third party provider may charge. You may find this on eCommerce websites that may have third party providers manage the check out process, or may help with shipping options and labels, or provide monthly customer emails in the form of news letters. These are sometimes a one time fee or an annual fee. These costs will be discussed on a per project basis.
Do you offer any type of maintenance contract?
I don’t have any type of set maintenance contract set up. Every situation is a bit different from the last so we can discuss what works best for your business. I make any changes necessary free of charge for the first 30 days after a website is launched as there are always corrections to be made to get it to a customers liking but after that I generally charge an hourly fee to make any website changes. If I created your website and you want a change every once in a while and those changes would take me less time than it would to create your invoice, I just do it at no charge.
How long does it take to create my website?
Every business has different needs and thus every project is different, so I don’t guaranty any time frames. It also depends on how active my customer is at providing me with content for the project. To give you an estimate, a non eCommerce website, with a customer who is actively providing me with content should take no longer than a few weeks. eCommerce websites take longer as there is much more to create for that type of project.
Where do you get the content for my website project?
It is the customers responsibility to provide us with content. Any content used during the mock-up phase is strictly for mock-up purposes. I do not know your business so it is important for you to provide me with the content required for the project in a timely manor. Content acquired from online sources like Google Images is not royalty free. This is not a case of, ‘I got it from the internet so it’s safe to use’. Imprint Web Design is not responsible if we are supplied with content that is copyright protected. We can provide you with photography services if that is required and requested. Going this route eliminates any issues with copyright infringement.
How do you accept payment for my project?
Once a price has been agreed upon, 50% of the design fee is due at the start of the project. The remaining 50% of the design fee as well as any hosting, domain name(s) or third party fees are due prior to website launch. Since most of my work is with local businesses I will accept checks but the project will not start or finish until the checks clear. I do accept credit card payments via Paypal but these types of payments have an additional 3% handling fee. Prior to the completion of one year after your website has been launched you will receive an invoice with charges for the upcoming year of service (hosting, domain name(s) or third party fees).
What do you use to make a website?
I hate to sound like a broken record but it really depends on the project. I create websites using html/css and also WordPress. Each method has it’s own unique advantages and disadvantages.
I noticed on your social media pages a reference to Richard O'Donnell Photography. What is this?
For many years I had a passion for photography and since I had several website customers asking if I could arrange for a photographer to take pictures for their project, I decided to create Richard O’Donnell Photography. I had already set up social medial accounts for Imprint Web Design and thus did not want to have to manage a second set of accounts for the new business. So the social media madness of two businesses are joined into one set of social media accounts.

Contact Information

Central New Jersey, USA

richard@imprintwebdesign.com

(732) 832-5756