How to Build a Website in One Easy Step: What we need from you and what we do with it

Creating a website from scratch is an in depth, technically dangerous process. Don’t get lost in the endless rabbit warren of information. Let Get Seen do it for you. We know how to build a website that is fully responsive, SEO friendly and looks b-e-a-u-tiful.

When you make contact with us we will email you the link for our website design form – we will use this information for construct your personalised quote, as we know that one size does not fit all, and you will have specific requirements.

Once you accept the quote we will send you our terms of engagement, payment requirements and a personalised service contract for you to sign.

Once we have all the items on the send in list, we can let you know the expected review dates and your official launch date.

SEND IN CHECK LIST:

  1. Signed service contract
  2. Completed website design form
  3. A high resolution png or jpeg or svg file of your logo.
  4. A page by page text document and any high resolution images that you want included.
  5. Deposit of 50% required before work commences.

You can pay the deposit into our bank account or via paypal (we can send you a link for this, and all you need is your credit card. You DO NOT need a paypal account to do this).

Once your 50% deposit is paid we can get building!

If you have requested a logo re-design, this will happen before the website gets built, and add some time to the process.

The website design form is the same for everyone simply fill out the relevant sections that you would like included on your own website.

Additional website pages can be added for $150 for the Star and Star plus packages, $120 for the I Mean Business package and only $100 for The Big Kahuna package. This is a one-off set up cost per additional page.

We will set up a date for launch that you agree to – we usually allow 3-6 weeks to build, then you have up to 5 days to review and approve the site. We will launch it within eight weeks of the start date as long as there were no/only minor changes to be made, and that final payment has been made in full prior to launch date.

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