How Does It Work?
We discuss with our web design Norwich clients their objective, timeline and budget for their new website. After agreeing a budget and what will be delivered, a small deposit is paid to prove to us that you’re serious about seeing the project through to completion. This is to make sure we don’t end up working for free with businesses who aren’t serious about getting a new website
You don’t have to pay anything else until the website is complete and you’re 100% ready to go live and happy with the end result. If you aren’t happy with the end result, you don’t have to pay anything else, but you won’t be entitled to the completed website.
What Is Included?
This depends on our initial discussion. We can build you a new WordPress or WooCommerce online store to suit your specific requirements.
Included is the design and development of your new store, unlimited revisions (within reason) creation of a Staging environment and we’ll also migrate you for free to one of our Managed WordPress hosting plans if you decide to purchase that add on.
What's The Process?
To start with every client completes a WordPress Questionnaire which helps us understand what sort of design you do and don’t like.
Once this is complete we will begin designing your new website. After you are happy with the new design style, we will develop your new website adding and editing any functionality as appropriate.
All of our WordPress Websites are designed and developed on a Staging environment, which is a copy of your live site, so no changes or edits will be made to your live website.
Once you are happy with the end product, we will replace your existing website with your new website in a seamless transition, included within the price for you.
Sounds Too Good To Be True. What's The Catch?
There’s no catch. It’s a simple and straight forward process. We’ve included a few frequently asked questions below to clear up any questions you might still have.
What's the first step?
The first step is to have a quick conversation so we can understand what you are looking for and how we can make that happen. Over the phone is easiest, or you can send us a spec. It’s up to you.
What if I don't like my website?
If for any reason you don’t like your website, we’re generally happy to keep revising it for you until you are, within reason. We can’t go back to the drawing board and start from scratch if we’re halfway into a project, but we’re flexible and aim to make sure every customer is 100% satisfied.
How long does it take?
This depends on two things. Firstly, that you are quick with feedback and giving us what we need. Secondly, the size of your website and scope of the project.
Most small website projects are completed within 2-4 weeks.
Larger ecommerce projects may take 1-2 months.
How do I get started?
If you’re happy to go ahead based on your initial discussion with us and the terms of your Pay On Results WordPress Website, all that we need to get the ball rolling is for you to settle your deposit invoice and complete the WordPress Questionnaire we’ll send you.
What if I don't want the completed product?
If for any reason we can’t satisfy you by revising and refining your website, you don’t have to pay the remaining balance and we can both part company amicably. However, you won’t be entitled to receive the completed website without settling the remaining balance – it’s only fair we’re compensated if you’re happy with the end result.
Any other terms and conditions?
We can’t be held responsible for delays caused by you or third parties. We also can’t expand the scope of the project or provide additional work for free. If for any reason you want to add to the scope of the project we will discuss this with you if and when it happens and we will have to revise the cost of the project. We’ll never do this without your express permission.
What Do Our Customers Think?
"I would happily recommend WP Staged to any business owner looking for a professional website / SEO service - the finished site has exceeded my expectations at a competitive figure - great job guys."