Most Popular Questions

1. What is a Website ?

A website is a collection of publicly accessible, interlinked Web pages that share a single domain name. Websites can be created and maintained by an individual, group, business or organization to serve a variety of purposes. Together, all publicly accessible websites constitute the World Wide Web.

2. what is domain name?

A domain name is your website name. A domain name is an address where Internet users can access your website. A domain name is used for finding and identifying computers on the Internet. Computers use IP addresses, which are a series of numbers. However, it is difficult for humans to remember strings of numbers. Because of this, domain names were developed and used to identify entities on the Internet rather than using IP addresses.
A domain name can be any combination of letters and numbers, and it can be used in combination with the various domain name extensions, such as .com, .net and more.
The domain name must be registered before you can use it. Every domain name is unique. No two websites can have the same domain name. If someone types in www.example.com, it will go to that website and no one else’s.

3. why do you need website ?

Websites work. No matter what your business or profession, a website can generate business, promote goodwill among customers and prospects, and deliver strong marketing messages – whether your business is small, large or in-between, well-established or brand-new. People use the Web in greater and greater numbers, more and more every day. Even if you are a completely local small business, service, contractor or consultant, odds are people have used search engines to look for your web site – and if you don’t have a web site… well, you get the picture. Your business Web page delivers that picture to your customers and prospects and does it 24/7. Perhaps the most common misconception about business websites is that they must offer products for purchase, accept credit cards and process financial transactions, and so on. Nothing could be farther from the truth. While eCommerce websites are increasingly popular, the vast majority of business websites are still information and communication rather than purchase-oriented. If your business offers products and services appropriate for retail sales over the Internet, then, by all means, you should consider an eCommerce website.

4. is it worthy?

The answer is yes! The website that you build is the hub for all other modes of communication and marketing you use to engage and educate your audience. A company website should be the destination where all other advertising, public relations, and social media is pointed. Whether you use Facebook, Linkedin, Instagram, radio, print, trade shows or publish white papers, press releases or thought leadership articles, you should be directing leads to your website, the primary place where you have the power to control your message. A custom branded website allows you to have an online presence that is an accurate reflection on your company as a whole: your message, brand identity, images, and your newsworthiness should have a consistency of design and content. So, if your website looks poor or is a cookie-cutter template site, you can quickly lose the visitor’s interest and confidence. The data you gain from analytics is the most powerful feature of a distinctive website. How your users engage with your site is essential to business growth and how and where they enter your site is critical to meeting your goals. You can access surprisingly specific data and important customer information if you do it correctly. This allows you to make smart decisions based on actual data which can transform your business.

5. What are the Types of websites ?

01 | Blog
02 | Corporate
03 | Ecommerce
04 | Portfolio
05 | Brochure
06 | Crowdfunding
07 | News or magazine
08 | Social media
09 | TV or video streaming
10 | Educational
11 | Portal
12 | Wiki or community forum
13 | Web Applications
14 | Landing pages

6. How much it costs?

A website design is quoted based on the needs of each project. Every website is unique and requires different components; we design and develop custom websites specifically for your small business. We’ll ask a lot of questions, assess your needs, and give you a quote based on that assessment. 

7. How long will it take to get a new website?

On average, we shoot for a three to eight-week turnaround, but the pace of any project is set by each client. How much input you can provide during the initial stages, your availability with feedback, how soon the content is ready – all this affects the speed of completion. The functionality needs may also play a role – more complex sites will take more time to develop.

8. What will you do if we don't pay you in time?

Well, we’ll give you some time. If you still don;t pay, we will suspend your website. There is no going back after suspension.

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