Web Site Maintenance
We customize all our contracts based on the needs of the client.
Our maintenance contracts are priced based on your site's design and needs. We can do as much or a little of the work as you'd like us to - we can take the stress and worry of running a web site completely off your shoulders or work efficiently along side you in whatever capacity you need us to. This is just one of the ways we can provide you with the web site you want better, cheaper, and quicker than our competition all while giving you the personal attention you deserve!
Regular Maintenance Options: These items can be included in the regular maintenance contract for your site. You let us know which of these items you would like to have done on a regular basis, which helps you keep better control over your web site expenses. Most of the tasks mentioned are noted as monthly but we are flexible and will do them when you ask us to whether that is monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, or yearly.
Additional Maintenance Options: These items can also be added to your maintenance contract if you like. We have experience in these areas as well, but just don't consider them "regular" maintenance as they may not apply to every type of site.
After you have chosen the items you want us to handle for your site and the time frame you want us to do them in, you have a choice of two types of maintenance contracts as follows:
- Monthly Flat Rate: This maintenance contract gives you a guaranteed rate for the life of the agreement. You will not be surprised by your bill each month no matter how often you contact us for support or changes to existing pages on your site. There are some exceptions, of course, like site redesigns and additional pages, and third party expenses which are billed at an agreed upon rate.
- Hourly Rate: This maintenance contract gives you a guaranteed hourly rate for the life of the agreement. Your bill each month will vary depending upon how often you contact us for support, request changes, etc.
Note: Our hourly rate is billed to the minute, not rounded-up.
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