Store Front Or Businesses With More Than One Employee

Cost to Build the Website

A website for a basic store front, an established business, or business with more than one employee, starts at $1000 for up to eight pages.  Extras such as setting up forms, newsletters, coupons, blogging pages, e-commerce, animation and video will cost more.

This one time fee includes:

  registration & configuration of domain name (example: – extra domain names $30/yr
  design of the website according to your instructions, taking into account any established logos and colours
  editing of content for grammar and spelling
clip art image of a store photo enhancement, cropping and sizing
  search engine optimization
  sitemap creation & submission to Search Engines
  generic SSL Certificate
  numerous steps taken to assure security of your website from hackers

Cost to Host the Website

Hosting for medium to large business websites is $500 – $1000/yr, depending on the size of the website, bandwidth required (example: for sending newsletters), and the monthly attention needed.

This yearly fee includes:

  renewal of domain name(s)
  renewal of software licenses as needed
  renewal of SSL Certificate
  up to 5 professional email addresses
  hosting on our own dedicated server with guaranteed 99% uptime
  updating of all software as required
  regular backups (nightly database and weekly file backups – more if you need it)
  regular submission of your site to the major search engines and local directories
  updates to your site such as coupons, specials, etc with no extra charges
  all sites are protected by many layers of Security Hardware and Software on the server and on each website

Note:  Prices are based on the “whole package” of building the site and hosting. 

For Canadian Residents Only

13% HST applies if you are a Canadian resident.

A deposit of $100 is required to secure your domain name and begin website creation.
The balance is due upon completion to your satisfaction.

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