Frequently Asked Questions
The cost of a website varies, depending on the complexity of the project. Every website is unique - some websites may have 50+ pages with e-commerce functionality while other websites contain 5 pages with minimal text.
To learn more about pricing and how cost is determined, please read our article - How Much Does A Website Cost?
Our websites generally start in the $1,500 range for basic business sites and go up from there, depending on your needs.
This all depends on the size and complexity of the project and if you have content and images ready to go. Timing is also dependent on the speed of client communication. A website can take anywhere from 3 weeks to 3 months to complete. You can learn more about our process for creating a website here.
Yes, we provide all clients with training on how to maintain their website
We don’t directly write your content, however if you need help with adding great website copy for your site we offer this service. Please view our digital marketing services.
Yes. We have website care plans to ensure that your website stays up to date and locked down from malware.
Yes we can! If Digital House Creative did not create your site, we will need to perform a site audit to determine if there are any issues that need to be addressed before performing site updates.
We only edit sites that are covered under a Website Care Plan. If Digital House Creative did not create the website, we will need to perform an audit first to determine if there are any underlying issues with the site that need to be addressed first.
Payment is split into 3. We require a 50% deposit to get started, 25% 4 weeks in, and the final payment is due right before site launch.
A domain name is the name a user types into a browser to find a web page. It is sometimes called “web address” or “URL”. Domain names are kind of like names in a phone book. Nothing happens until you do something with the domain name that you buy. You can purchase and register ownership of a domain name at one of many domain name registrars.
Web hosting works like this: a website contains various kinds of files. You need a server (computer) to house these files. You can rent space on a web server at a web hosting company and pay them to keep your website’s files. When someone types in your domain name into the browser, the web host knows what files to display for the viewer.