Over the years, I’ve gone back and forth on listing prices for WordPress websites.
A few months ago, I made up some base web-design packages, and thought that I had everything perfected. I even purchased a webdesign cost estimation plugin, and set it up.
However, when nobody in a certain field lists prices, there is usually a reason….
I recently made the decision to switch my overly ambitious domain name SelfShotMagazine.com from Wordpress to Tumblr. I bought myself this theme for $20 that automatically inserts google adsense, so the site still makes me an occasional cup of coffee (and every visitor counts)!
Here is why I’m using Tumblr as a platform for SelfShotMagazine.com and why I plan on moving a few other topical domain names I have over to it:
I just wrote this to a potential client, and believe that it succinctly summarizes every advantage to website maintenance and hosting agreements with me. Here is why the $35 monthly/360yearly website maintenance fee:
Designing a website should be the least of your worries! I build WordPress websites in 5 easy steps, making getting a website designed as stress free and easy as possible.
To avoid cluttering up my rates page, and because I’m rather particular about details, here are just a few of the standard features that I include in every WordPress website implementation: