I understand that not all businesses have the technical background or staff to handle the occasional updates and improvements most websites need from time to time. In some cases you may have periodic updates that you’re just to busy to handle on your own; in other cases something breaks that needs fixed yesterday.
Regardless of the situation I can help. Just think of me as the next best thing to having a web developer or graphic artist in the office next door.
To get started shoot me an email or even better – give me a call. We’ll go over the issue(s), I’ll explain what I think is the best solution, layout a timeline, and provide a quote for the work to be completed. If everything makes sense, you make a payment* based on my quote and then I get to work.
*Less than $200 requires payment in full upfront, over $200 requires 50% to start & the balance on delivery.
What’s Considered “Maintenance” and How Much Will It Cost?
Maintenance covers a wide range of work with an hourly rate of $50/hr. Below is a list of common maintenance requests followed by a few items that do not qualify as maintenance related work.
- Adding, Changing or Removing pictures provided by you to your website
- Resizing your images or cropping them
- Adding, Changing or Removing links
- Adding, Changing or Removing videos provided by you
- Adding, Changing or Removing pdf files or documents
- Changing colors, layouts, fonts
- Updating logos provided by you
- Updating contact information
- Update or remove content relating to services, products, or information regarding your business
- Add additional pages, content provided by you
- Updating inventory, pricing, or quantities of inventory items to your shopping cart software
- Adding posts, images, or comments to your existing Facebook, twitter, Google+, or other social media
- Set Up Google Analytics
Work Not Included
- Seo, PPC, or Local Marketing
- Any form of PC Support, I won’t touch it but I will refer you to a trusted local company