Definitions of Services

Explanation of setup costs

1. Theme design

Themes are files that work together to create the design and functionality of a Web site. Each Theme may be different, offering many choices for site owners to have a unique website look.
The Contents on a web pages must be managed like any other content. Web Content Management (WCM) is used to create, manage, store and display content on web pages. If you can dream it, chances are it's already been done with WordPress and documented somewhere, which is why WordPress is our preferred CMS.


2. Menu structure, pages and Content

Making it as easy as possible for your visitors to find the most important pages and information on your website is an essential task to focus on when setting up and maintaining your Website.
Website navigation and content is so important when it comes to visitor retention, thus making menu structure, amount of pages and content vital elements to your website.


3. SEO Fundamentals

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) can be described as the implementation of a set of search engine standards that also target on the best possible user experience. Having a good SEO setup is good for the web design and also good for the user.


4. Implementing of social network integration component

Drive More Website Traffic. Off course you want more visits to your website! It’s a natural goal for most marketing campaigns, but it also plays into your social presence. The more visitors your website receives, the more opportunities they have to share your site or content on social media and follow your accounts on their favourite networks.


5. Testing and Sign off

Testing is when you make sure the Website is doing everything you expect it to. When the Website meets your functional requirements you must sign off so development can continue.
Things to test are:
1. Are the buttons or call to actions clear and understandable?
2. Does all the menus, button and links work?
3. The Forms: Are text boxes the right size? Can you easily read the content as you type? Can the text box hold the likely amount of text someone would enter? Does it submit and show a “Thank you “ page? Is the correct person receiving the e-mail submission?
4. Is it easy to navigate through the website?


6. Project management

 The application of processes, methods, knowledge, skills and experience to achieve the project objectives, in this case building, implementing and launching your Website.

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