Once we have all the content (text and images), it should take 8-12 weeks for us to design and build a typical, small scale website of 8-10 pages. But this could vary depending on the kind of content and functionality you want your website to have. The most time consuming phase of any web project is collecting and writing the content.
The cost depends on several factors, including but not limited to; whether or not you are on retainer; what functions you would like for your website to perform (sell product, collect data, play audio/video, etc); whether you need content assistance or not; and other factors. Regardless of your need or level of readiness; whether you need a new website or need to upgrade the one you have; we provide the best value for your money.
Yes! We offer some of the most affordable and reliable web support services in the industry. Our domains start at just $9.99 per year, and hosting at less than $3 per month. Sign up for your FREE account today, and grab your domain before someone else does!
No, a domain name and website are two independent processes that are merged to form your Internet presence. Your domain name (your www) can be obtained from any company that sells them, WeWrite Group included. It is a good idea to purchase your domain name as soon as you know what your company name will be, whether you are ready to build your website or not. Once you decide to build your website, your webmaster can help you attach the domain to your website through the DNS (domain name server) settings.
Yes. Every website we have built since the company’s inception has been mobile-friendly. The method we use to achieve this is known as responsive design, which ensures that the website works well on a wide variety of screen sizes, from smartphones and tablets through to small and large desktop monitors.
It is not mandatory to have website with same features as application. You can target app development first with one page website. On getting more traction, you can have responsive website with features same as application.