When you build a website, it's important to think about web site updates. A good web designer will make it easy to update your website so you can keep it fresh and up to date. You want your existing and potential customers to visit your site more than once. We will help you build a website that keeps your customers coming back for more.
Each customer and their services are different so you will have to brainstorm. Once you have some thoughts on what sets you apart from your competition, our web designer can meet with you to discuss how to fine-tune and deploy some or all of your plans.
Other questions to ask yourself:
• When will you want to update your web page design?
• Do you provide seasonal products or services?
• Do you have new items/pictures to show off each month?
• Would an e-newsletter benefit your client base and should you catalogue them on a page on your site, for back-issues?
• Do you have regular turnover?
• Is it now time to add a shopping cart?
• Do you need a page for a new product or want to change the name of a button?
How long do we take to update your web site?
Whatever your reasons, you will need website designers that you know you can trust to get the job done quickly and professionally. Our standard goal is to have all minor web page updates completed within two business days.
How We Charge?
Web Updates are billed in 15 minute increments. This way we can get your minor updates completed quickly with a small cost. We believe this helps our customers stay in the habit of keeping their sites fresh with content so their customers want to come back to see what is new.
You want a web site builder who will build a website that can be easily updated to reflect your changing business. Coastal Web Services is the company you need. Our web designers will build a website for any client in the U.S., but especially those Maryland clients in Cecil County, Harford County, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, Carroll County, Howard County, including but not limited to the areas of Cecilton, Charlestown, Chesapeake City, Elkton, North East, Perryville, Port Deposit, Rising Sun, Conowingo, Elk Neck, Georgetown, Perry Point and Baltimore