Why do I even need a site?
What will I need to tell about my business so that you could develop a site?
First of all, website is an opportunity to attract new customers.
Its content depends on your goals - it can be the main source of sales if you plan to open an online store, or it can be a business card that will help your client get to know you for the first time.
Our goal is to create an optimal website that will help you achieve your goals and help your business grow. Therefore, during work, we constantly communicate with you so that everything meets your wishes.
We will help you choose the perfect site structure, depending on your business and your wishes.
Prior to starting work, we will ask a few questions about your vision - your vision of structure and appearance of the website. With your answers in hand, we can plan the dates, understand what information and content we need, and create a work plan.
Then, as the site is created, we will approve it with you and make edits if there're any.
How much does site development cost? How long will it take?
Each site is created individually for your request. When we review your wishes, we will be able to estimate the amount of work, give you an exact cost and set deadlines.
In addition, you can always speed up the process - the sooner you can give feedback, the faster we will make edits.
Are you just developing the website? What about images and texts?
Depending on your request, we are ready to write the necessary texts and develop illustrations that you want to see on the site.
If you already have a designer and/or copywriter among your staff, we can use your texts and images.
We are also ready to start promoting your website using SEO optimization and advertising with Google Ads.
Maybe you have any further questions? Ask! :)
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