Is your small business struggling during the pandemic’s second wave? Let me help you get online in a hurry.
If moving your products or services online will help you to keep selling during the pandemic, I’d like to help. My own freelance business, Best Light Communication, makes simple websites for small businesses and charities. I use a combination of tools and templates that lets me build your site quickly and keep your costs down. I offer three basic website design packages:
- Starter Basic: a clean, simple, well-organized, mobile-friendly “online brochure” website, made with WordPress.
- Starter Plus: like the Basic, but with extra communication capabilities (like a blog, a photo gallery, social media content, newsletter, events calendar, etc.).
- Starter E-Commerce: like the Plus, but with a starter online store as well, made with a popular, free WordPress plug-in called WooCommerce.
Details and prices are in the links provided.
Can’t afford what I normally charge? Pay me when your new website starts making you money.
I’ve always believed in the power and value of small businesses, and I know that many business owners have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. I’d like to help. If you need to get your business online quickly but you don’t have the funds to pay me now, let me know and as long as time allows, I’ll be happy to build your site for you first, so you can start taking new orders as soon as possible. You can pay me later, when you’re back in the black.
What you will need to pay for now
If you do need the help, I can offer my time for building your site, but there are some expenses associated with getting online that you will need to cover yourself:
- Domain name registration, if you haven’t already bought a “www.yourbusiness.com” domain yet. I can recommend a good registrar. Roughly $15 per year.
- Website hosting services: I can recommend affordable hosting companies. Roughly $10-20/month.
- Special (commercial) WordPress plug-ins: if you need a specific functionality or e-commerce feature that isn’t included in the free versions of WordPress or WooCommerce, you will have to purchase those commercial plug-ins yourself. Prices vary but you can expect to pay roughly $50-150 per add-on or plug-in. I’ll advise you on what you do and don’t need to buy for your goals.
More details at https://www.best-light.com/steps-required-to-get-a-website/.
If you’re interested, or would like more information, you can contact me (Frank Herr) via the contact form on my website, at https://www.best-light.com/contact-us/. I look forward to hearing from you!