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This can vary due to the details like content production and research, but typically a light weight site can take a few weeks and a heavy weight site can take up to a few months.
Yes. WordPress (.org) is in fact the CMS of my choice. It has a huge open source community and is free! (.com is not)
No. I don’t use templates because they’re often inefficient and dependent on too many plugins. Most of the time it takes longer to modify them than to simply build what the customer actually needs. I do my own coding and almost everything is customized. This way, I can guarantee great performance.
Of course! If a customer comes to me with a template that precisely fits the customers needs, I’ll use that design. Bear in mind that I will recreate the template in order to assure clean and efficient coding is used on the site and eliminate 3rd party dependencies in regards to plugins.
Yes! I always like to run things by the client in a million different ways so that we can be sure we’re taking the right steps and most importantly, we can often anticipate problems thanks to the preproduction stage.
Yes, though ‘content’ is a vague word. To keep it simple, I do photography and retouching, video editing, music production and voice-over. As far as copy is concerned, I do work along side the clients in copywriting and assist in advertising and sales techniques.
Yes and no. This can sometimes be a confusing question as some customers might not know the difference between on-page SEO and off-page SEO. I mainly do on-page SEO which mostly regards how search engines perceive a website, as well as technical issues like SSL and content attributes. Off-page SEO is an ongoing process instead. Good off-page SEO is a service typically managed by an agency and should have a starting price of around $1k per month, anything less…and I start to get dubious.