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WDIn today’s market, no business can afford to be ‘anonymous’, or have the luxury of NOT being found on the internet. In the digital age we find ourselves in, getting a website is an important step for any and every business. Whether you’re a freelancer or a budding enterprise, you need to ensure that your digital footprint is one that is visible to as many potential customers as possible.

At WritersHand Studios, we make building your website as quick and easy as 1-2-3. Not only do we offer unique designs and creative web solutions, but we’ll make sure that you have a user-friendly interface that will allow you to manage your own content in a few easy clicks.

“The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow” – Bill Gates

Today most small businesses are running off WordPress, Drupal and Joomla. These are the most popular content management platforms that will allow you to post your content in just a few easy steps. Not only do these platforms provide a simple user interface for setting up Blogs, Portfolios and Creative Spaces, but can also be used to set up Event Calendars, Reservation Spaces for the Hospitality Industry, Digital Magazines, as well as E-Commerce and Online Stores.

How To Get Your Own Website

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    1. Request A Website

    First you’ll need to fill out a web design form which will ask you about what it is you’re looking for, and what sort of website you’re looking for.

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    2. Start-up Fee

    We usually request a Start-up Fee (50% Deposit) so that we can commence the project of building your sample site.

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    3. Time to Tinker

    We then find out what sort of features and functions you’d like the site to perform and be available to your site visitors.

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    4. Designing the Frame

    Now we need to construct the frame and layout of your website, which includes whether you want a mobile, desktop or responsive website.

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    5. Add Content

    Now we have to fill your site up with content to make it really interesting, and give it more body.

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    6. Test Drive

    Here comes the fun part. You get to do a live test drive of your sample site to see what the user experience will be like.

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    7. Register a Domain Name

    Assuming your test goes well, you’re going to need to give your website an address to live at. This will be your domain name OR “www”.

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    8. Get Hosting

    In order for your site to go live, you need Web Hosting. This uploads all the site data onto a server that relays the information, making it visible to the public.

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    9. Upload to Host Server

    We then pack up your site, and migrate it to your new hosting server, set it up there and prepare to launch.

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    10. We Have Lift Off

    Once the site is ready, we do one more test drive, and as soon as you’re happy – We LAUNCH!

Web Design Packages

For your convenience, we've put together a few Web Design Packages for various platforms and website requirements.