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What you get with this Hourlie
I can give constant feedback throughout the development so that you know what's going on.
I can also update your current website or start a new one all together.
I can manage my time efficiently in order that if there's more than one project being undertaken at any given time, I can work on all with the same amount of effort and quality and I can deliver all projects on time if not sooner. I'll always strive to have the completed product back to you before the 5 days in over with the highest quality possible.
However, the price of hosting the website isn't included in the initial pricing and can be found in the extras, this will be done once the customer is 100% satisfied with the product and at the end of the project.
I've recently graduated from university and I completed several modules doing web design and development, I also recently had a job where I took the prototype and created the minimal viable product and made it live.
I can also help design a database if you're looking to have a social networking site or an ecommerce site (buying and selling).
To help ensure that the website is exactly what you want, I'll provide constant communication, feedback and snapshots of the work to make sure it's on track and so you have the ability to change any work later on in the process. If you want me to host your website, you will have full control over it and if you decide that you want anything changing at a later date, I'll be more than happy to do so.
As stated before, I'll help your inline precence by improving the SEO or by adding it in from scratch, this will be achieved by the following:
•Optimising meta tags which will include the title, key words, and descriptions
•Performing key word analysis
•Ensure that the heading tags are being efficiently used
•Setup and help configure the sitemap.xml and submit it to Google
What the Seller needs to start the work
In order to start a project, I'll need all media (photos, videos, logos, etc), all text (headings, names of menus, other text content), any menus (menu items, content in the items, etc), positioning of menus (at the top, left, or right), positioning of the content, rough idea of how you want it, how many pages needed (e.g. all on one page, or multiple pages).