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Kirbyworks Web Design

At Kirbyworks we stay at the cutting edge of web technology. Not because we’re super geeky but because it’s the cutting edge that’s going to provide the best value as web technology continues to make good web design more affordable.

Some Of Our Web Design Packages:

If these don’t fit call for a custom quote.

CMS WEBSITE + GOOGLE PAGE 1: $2400

What you get:

  • A Beautiful Premium WordPress Content Management System (CMS)!

    • Enables you to easily post pictures, news, updates, specials, articles, your portfolio, or even become a blogging maniac!
    • WordPress site structure and your quality content (which we can take care of) helps you get ranked by the search engines.
    • Web design customized for the needs of your business.
  • A Socially Integrated Website!

    • We integrate into your web design as many social platforms like Facebook, Google+, and Twitter as you want so you can market your business through social channels.
    • The popularity of your blog posts and web pages will help you get ranked by the search engines!
  • A Website Web Surfers Can Find – Google Page 1 Guaranteed!

    • We guarantee for at least one high-search-volume keyword in which you don’t already rank on Google page 1 we will get your website to page 1 or keep trying.
    • More aggressive SEO packages are available. Ask for a quote.

CMS WEBSITE: $1800

  • A Beautiful Premium WordPress Content Management System (CMS)!

    • Enables you to easily post pictures, news, updates, specials, articles, your portfolio, or even become a blogging maniac!
    • WordPress site structure and your quality content (which we can take care of) helps you get ranked by the search engines.
    • Web design customized for the needs of your business.
  • Why WordPress?

    18% of all websites run on WordPress. 55% of all websites that use a CMS run on WordPress. More website owners use WP than all the rest of the CMS’s COMBINED.

  • Why is popular good?

    There are a lot more people who know WP than any other system and will be able to help you in the future and take advantage of thousands of free widgets (applications), or you can download and install them yourself. Tens of thousands of web designers will be able to help you without knowing any other language other than HTML which is common to all websites of any kind. Furthermore, WP was developed for the general public, not for geeky web developers, though there is a learning curve not many business owners want to climb on their own.

  • Why Open Source?

    WordPress is Open Source, that is, it’s not a proprietary platform. That will be your savior in the future. It has the easiest user interface, downright intuitive, of any major CMS. New websites are being developed every minute by ordinary people who don’t even know any HTML coding. In short, open source is the way to go, especially if you want your website to grow with your business.

  • Why a Content Management System?

    So you can be liberated from your webmaster (someone like me)! With a static site your webmaster builds you a site and charges you a monthly maintenance fee to make ongoing changes to your site because you won’t be able to make them yourself. With a CMS, you are given a powerful tool to update your site as much as you want, even add functionality through (usually) free plugins, post as much information as you want with pictures and videos included, change the wording of old posts, even ad pages and navigation menu items. With my website projects I teach you how to do all of this and more. In other words, I work myself out of a job by making you not so dependent on me.

  • Why would I want to do that?

    I follow the Golden Rule and that’s what I would want done for me as a small business owner. I got into this not as a career web geek but first as a small business owner looking for the best bang for the marketing buck, and even as late as the 2000’s a CMS could set you back $6000-$15,000, and some companies are still charging that much.

 

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