Frequently Asked Questions

Have you ever wondered how long web design and development take? How much SEO costs? Or the difference between ‘technical SEO’ and a full-blown SEO strategy? What is ‘content marketing’ anyway? And how does social media figure into it all? If you’ve asked yourself these questions before, you aren’t alone.

Website Design & Development Questions

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This is a common question, and the answer varies considerably.

Do you want a 3-page website? Your estimate will be significantly less than a 20-page site if that’s the case. Do you have an e-commerce business, or do you wish to specialize in certain areas such as law, education, health care, and finance? Then your quote will be considerably more than a basic informational site.

So, what’s the takeaway? A website might cost anywhere from $3,000 to $30,000.

Have you got a figure in mind? Please let us know, and we will collaborate with you.

The time it takes to complete a website can range from six to twelve weeks, depending on the complexity of the project and your urgency.

During the discovery phase, we’ll get to know your requirements and acquire the necessary copy and images, next comes the design phase, and finally our dev/testing and launch phase.

Learn more about web design and web development here.

SEO is a type of online marketing that aims to improve the visibility of a website or product in search engines like Google. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, and it is a method for making Google (as well as other search engines) appreciate your site more.

Since Google’s algorithm changes now and then, it is always advisable to have a minimum of 6 months with your keywords. Twelve months is even better. It’s not realistic to believe Google will bump you from #44 to number 1 in a week or two.

No, it will not be a straight increase. You’ll undoubtedly notice rapid rises, and perhaps you’ll even reach number one within a few weeks, but we’re aiming for consistency and building your site into an authority. We want to get more than simply one keyword to that top position.

  1. Conduct keyword research – learn about what keywords people are searching for and how to use them in your content
  2. Use those keywords throughout your website, including in the title, meta descriptions, and H1 tags
  3. Optimize your images for SEO by naming them appropriately and adding keywords
  4. Link to other high-quality websites from your own site to increase the authority
  5. Publish great content that people will want to share and link to
  6. Monitor your website’s analytics to see how you’re doing and make changes as needed