FAQs about Seven Experience Marketing For Small Businesses

Frequently Asked Questions

[accordian class=”” id=””][toggle title=”How much does it cost for you to design a new website?” open=”no”]It all depends on how complex a site you need. A simple attractive 5 page website with no flashy elements will cost less than £1000.[/toggle][toggle title=”What is the process of creating a website?” open=”no”]We talk about what you want the website to achieve- its target market, your business’s image, etc. We agree the content, i.e. what will be on each page. You supply images and some basic words. My colleagues and I create a website which you then comment on. We make revisions. The final version is agreed. We launch the website.[/toggle][toggle title=”Will it be optimised for search engines?” open=”no”]Yes, the content will be search engine friendly but you will need to get relevant websites to link to yours to improve your website’s chances.[/toggle][toggle title=”Do you provide support once you’ve built a website?” open=”no”]Yes but the idea is that you will be able to manage the site yourself. I don’t charge a monthly maintenance fee because I don’t create websites that need costly outside maintenance.[/toggle][toggle title=”How much do you charge to write a press release?” open=”no”]If you can give me a draft or we can have a brief conversation, I can produce a press release for £100. If there’s research involved or we need to customise it for different media, it could cost more.[/toggle][toggle title=”How much do you charge to write copy for a website?” open=”no”]It depends on the length of the copy and how much research I need to do in order to provide top quality content but a rule of thumb is £150 per page.[/toggle][toggle title=”Is an hour consultancy with you really free?” open=”no”]Yes, if you are marketing an arts organisation. Otherwise I charge £200 but I won’t cost you anything unless we both agree I’ve been helpful.[/toggle][/accordian]

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