Let’s get your website back on track and looking gorgeous.
Is your website struggling?
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year,
Your website should be promoting your services, sharing your passion, attracting and filtering new clients.
If it isn’t then a website revamp might bring it back to life!
If you want to revamp your website yourself but need help figuring out where to start, try a Website Audit.
What is a website refresh?
If your current site has “good bones” a website revamp might be all that’s needed to bring it back to life.
In simple terms, a website refresh takes your current website, fixes any issues, reorganises the content and gives it a fresh lick of paint.
It’s perfect, if you’re happy with the website platform you’re currently using and are just looking for a cost effective way to make it an effective marketing tool for your business.
What is included?
Please note: As each website revamp project is different, this is just a list of potential tasks that could be included.
How much does it cost?
Each website revamp project is unique, some are simple whilst others are more complicated and time consuming.
Your website might just need a few tweaks to get it back on track or it might need a deep purge.
As such, each project is priced individually.
Once we’ve had a chat, I’ll take an in-depth look at your site and then provide you with a proposal of works.
This will detail exactly what needs to be done and the cost involved. See below for further details of how it works.
The final cost will totally depend on the size, complexity and current state of your website.
As a rough guide, most website revamps take between 6 and 12 hours work.
You can pay in UK Pounds, Euro’s or US Dollars.
How does it work?
To get the ball rolling all you have to do is complete the enquiry form below.
I’ll send you with details of how to arrange a Zoom consultation. We can discuss your website as it stands and your goals and requirements.
We can brainstorm ideas and you can ask me any questions about the process.
I won’t be able to give you set price at this point. I might be able to give you a rough estimate of the time required.
Once I’ve taken an in-depth look at your website, I’ll prepare a proposal of works.
This will include details of the work needed, costs involved and time frame for completion.
The figure I quote is the figure you will pay unless you add additional tasks during the project.
After you’ve agreed to the proposal, I’ll invoice for 50% of the costs and request admin access to your website.
I’ll start to make the necessary changes to your website and keep you informed of the progress.
If we discussed new content such as text and images, I’ll request that from you at this point.
I will need details for any additional functionality that is going to to added like online booking software, newsletter sign up forms and the like.
Once all the design and layout tasks are completed, willl be in touch so you can sign everything off.
Next up, I’ll run final checks to make sure everything is running as it should.
I’ll invoice for the remaining 50% of costs at this stage.
To finish, I will provide you with a PDF guide so you can update the site yourself in future.
You will always have me on tap for additional updates. My standard hourly applies if you would like me to make updates in the future.