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Web Site Design
  • Why do I need a Web site?
  • How long will it take to Design My Website?
  • How much will my Website Design cost?
  • Can I see my site while it is under development?
  • What is site maintenance?
  • What types of updates and maintenance might my website need?
  • Do I need a logo?
  • What does it mean to submit a site to a search engine, don't they just find you?
  • Why can't I find my web site in the search engines?
  • What exactly is search engine optimization?
  • What exactly are Meta tags and do I need them? Why do I need them on all my pages?
  • If my site is submitted to a search engine will it have to be done again later?
  • What is your payment policy?
    Q. Why do I need a Web site?
    A. If exposing your business to an unlimited number of potential customers interests you, you need a web site. It's your 24-hour virtual salesperson and your competition probably has a site. Whether you use your site for sales or simply a tool you can point customers to for credibility and information, a web site can increase your client base.
    Whatever your business goals are, prospering in today's marketplace requires an Internet presence. Establishing an Internet presence for your company or organization can be one of the most important steps you take. There are hundreds of ways to do it and it is our goal to make sure you do it right.
    Your website is often the first impression an Internet user has of your company. A professional website design, just like your letterhead, logo and other stationery, should project a distinct and positive image on those who view them, and should entice your visitors to learn more about your company and to conduct business with you.
    Having a website is critical in today's market. The Internet has changed the way we buy and sell products and services and the way we obtain information. Just a few years ago, a website was considered a "nice thing to have" but today, it is imperative for companies to embrace an online strategy in order to compete in the new e-economy.
    Q. How long will it take to Design My Website?
    A. This will vary depending on the requirements of the web site design and the number of projects Computing Approach taking. As an average, our turn around time is 3-8 weeks. It may be done within 1 week or it may take 3 months. It all depends on your needs and our workload. What we can tell you is that we will discuss and give you a time frame for completion on the start of the project. 80% of the time it takes about 4-6 weeks to design because you may have to send us content and our communications back and forth will take time (you have a business run right?). In actual design time the average non e-commerce web site with 8-10 pages takes approximately 20-60 hours of design time.
    Q. How much will my Website Design cost?
    A. That is a tough question. The price will vary depending on your needs and site requirements: the number of web site areas, e-commerce applications, forms, flash etc. Every business is unique and so are the needs for the design. We will provide you with a detailed quote after we speak with you and learn your requirements for the design and what you want the site to accomplish.
    Q. Can I see my site while it is under development?
    A. Of course! In fact, we require it because your input and approval throughout the developmental stages of your site ensures a successful launch. We provide our clients with a username and password, so it'll allow them to login to our site www.pccalloutservice.com and see the development progress of the project.
    Q. What is site maintenance?
    A. Maintenance is a fee paid monthly, quarterly, or on an "as needed" basis to keep your site updated with new content that you provide.
    Most good web sites have new content updated regularly. Fresh content will keep your visitors coming back.
    Q. What types of updates and maintenance might my website need?
    A. Websites that never change don't get return traffic and don't get referred to your visitors' friends. Old pages also fall out of the search engines. If your site is product or art related as your product line or inventory changes, so should your website. Sales, contests, give-a-ways and coupons are all applicable to the web just as they attract customers in shopping malls. There are many things on your site that will require updating and improvement as time goes on.
    Q. Do I need a logo?
    A. If brand recognition is an important factor in your business, the simple answer is yes! With our design team on hand, you can order a custom logo for as low as $200! Don't skimp on this important factor of your business and once you have it, place it on everything from your envelopes to your invoices and marketing promotions.
    Q. What does it mean to submit a site to a search engine, don't they just find you?
    A. The web supports millions of websites and each search engine has its own rules for how it collects data about your site. These rules change frequently. As sites are created, if they are submitted to search engines, the search engine will either index the site immediately or it may take several months on a waiting list to get indexed and become part of the possible returns surfers are looking for every day. If you wait for them to find you, they may never find you.
    Q. Why can't I find my web site in the search engines?
    A. Once your site has been submitted to the top Search Engines they may require several weeks, or even months to actually spider and list your web site in their directory. How fast your site is listed depends on each individual Search Engine's database update schedule.
    Q. What exactly is search engine optimization?
    A. Search engine optimization is the practice of guiding the development or redevelopment of a Website so that it will naturally attract visitors by winning top ranking on the major search engines for selected search terms and phrases.
    SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. It is process, in which a web page or a web site is optimized for search engines. By optimization, a search engine such as Goggle finds the page, includes it in the index, and displays the page when someone is searching for information.
    Unfortunately, billions of web pages are indexed, and millions of web pages are being added every day. It is not sufficient to be included in any search engine index, but also important that potential customer (or information seekers) visit your website. When searching for any product or service, usually, people go no deeper than 3-4 pages. If your web page is embedded deep in the search results, it is unlikely that anyone visit your web page. Therefore, you need to improve the visibility of your web site (or web pages contained in your web site).
    Q. What exactly are Meta tags and do I need them? Why do I need them on all my pages?
    A. Meta information (tags) are special codes provided for search engine spiders that scour the web for information to collect and index. Special tags are created to assist these spiders in properly indexing the content of your page. Not all search engines use Meta tags but frequently they are the key that makes your site stand out in the search engine ranks and thereby brings you added traffic. Each of your pages has unique content and your meta tags should reflect those unique items.
    Q. If my site is submitted to a search engine will it have to be done again later?
    A. The workings of each search engine are unique. Some have small databases for information storage and routinely remove older dated material and add newer dated material. If the server on which your site resides "goes down" or is unable to display your site for even a short time, a search engine may be searching your site and when it finds your site is "Not Found" they remove it from the database. To them it no longer exists.
    Q. What is your payment policy?
    A. Payment policies vary depending on the size and scope of the project. The standard payment policy on custom website designs require a percentage up front and the remaining balance to be paid upon site completion. If needed we can work out monthly payments that fit your budget.
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