The following Frequently Asked Questions have been listed for your review. If you have additional questions, please contact us at your earliest convenience.

Hourly Rate

For commercial businesses our hourly rate is $125/hour for design, development and consulting services.

Back Up

Even with the best planning, accidents can happen. And when accidents do happen, having a backup is your best line of defense. We keep on-site and off-site copies of your site backup and we retain these for up to three months.

Updates

One of the primary causes of site security issues is out-of-date software, including themes and plugins. After making the appropriate backups of your site, we go through and update all software, as needed, to keep your site secure and up-to-date.

Review

Plugins can be powerful tools to extend the reach of your website, or they can be clutter-causing load-hogs. We review each installed plugin to ensure that each one is earning its keep and remove any that are out-dated, unused or unnecessary.

Clean

Just like your computer – a clean site runs faster and smoother. We clean up all unused plugins, delete all spam, post revisions, and database overhead. Clean sites also greatly reduce the risk of infection.

Report

We review and report back on major findings and things that you may want to address. Site statistics include the number of visits you’re receiving, how many pages they view, how long they stay and why they leave.

Submit

A sitemap includes a list of all the pages on your site. Along with our updates and cleaning practices, we generate a fresh sitemap and submit that to Google (and other search engines) to assist in indexing your site.

Recommend

After we review your site,we take some time to go over all the changes we have made and any recommendations we may have to make your site run better, faster or more effectively.

WordPress

WordPress is an open source CMS, often used as a blog publishing application powered by PHP and MySQL. It has many features including a plugin architecture and a templating system. Used by over 12% of the 1,000,000 biggest websites, WordPress is the most popular CMS in use today.