Tools - Static Site
If you want me to set up your static website and monitor it on the below tools.
Support - Static Site
If you need minor or major modifications to your static website after delivery.
Posts - WordPress
If you want me to add and properly optimize your WordPress posts (articles, products, portfolio items, etc.).
I work with WordPress.org. WordPress.com is different.
No. I’m a web developer, but not for WordPress. WordPress has its own ecosystem that needs to be learned.
I’ve been working with WordPress for 8 years and offering services for 6, though, so I do consider myself an experienced WordPress professional.
By “my setup”, I mean that I’ll set up and monitor your site on my own accounts.
By “your setup”, I mean that you’ll have to set it up yourself on your own accounts.
“starting” (e.g. $199/starting) refers to the starting price. Depending on the size of your website, blog, or support request (for static website) the price can grow.
The starting price offers 3 pages (Homepage, About, Contact). The Privacy page is included for free.
Since a blog’s design depends on articles, I’ll also add up to 3 articles.
If it’s going to be a one-page website, the sections will be considered as pages
Once I have everything I need, it can take up to 5 working days to finish a basic, 3-page (Homepage, About, Contact) website or blog.
For blogs, I’ll also add up to 3 articles because they are needed for setting up the design.
Once I have all the content, it can take up to 10 working days for a basic, 3-page (Homepage, About, Contact) website.
Note: This applies if the amount of content on those pages won’t be large.
It’s because I’m paying yearly for it, unlike StudioPress themes.
But keep in mind that your site’s performance also depends on the theme. The performance will be impacted if you pick a poorly optimized one.
I’m using PayPal because it’s easy, secure, and flexible for both me and my clients.
I’ll send you an invoice from PayPal to your email address. All you have to do is to click the button and make the payment.
You don’t need an account for one-time fees,. You can simply pay with your credit card.
You’ll need a PayPal account for monthly/recurring payments.
For a WordPress website or blog – You’ll have to subscribe or pay the one-time fee first, depending on what plan you choose.
For a static website – I’ll create your homepage first, so you can see what the design will look like.
If you’re happy with it, you’ll have to pay the full price, so I can continue working.
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