We Provide Professional Flat-Rate Website Maintenance Services.
How our website maintenance plans work
1. We Review your Website
Once you have signed up, we will appoint a web development specialist to review your website. If we see any technical, usability or search engine problems, we will let you know. Once your website files are transferred to your free hosting account, and backed-up on our servers, we are ready to go.
2. Send us a Website Update Request
Create an Update Request by sending us all of the changes that you'd like made to your website. For your convenience, with your signup, you will receive a username and password to login to your account and access the online Update Request Form.
You can submit your update request by: Request Form, Email, Phone, or Fax
What can I put in my Update Request?
In an Update Request, you can add, remove, update, or edit an unlimited number of pages, text, photos, videos, links, documents, etc. Send us up to 5 content changes in each Update Request.
Typical Update Requests
What's not included?
Design work and programming are not included in our plans. For example, changing your web site's overall look and feel and page layout or by changing the functionality like adding a shopping cart is not included. We can offer all these services at a greatly reduced hourly rate through our full-service website design and development offerings.
3. We process your Update Request
Our technical team reviews your Update Request, puts it in production and implements the changes.
4. You can review the changes
If you would like to approve changes prior to launch, just include "client approval required" in the Update Request and you will be notified to review work and ok to launch. This step is not available for websites that are hosted with third-party companies (i.e. Godaddy, Net Work Solutions etc.).
5. One less worry
With our team managing your website maintenance needs you'll have one less worry and assurance that your website is working to help your business grow.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 April 2012 20:26|