The time it takes to build a site depends on the complexity of the site. If you have a deadline, we will work hard to meet it. The most common cause of delay is the content (text/images) from the client.
The cost of a website varies depends on its complexity. We are happy to discuss your requirements and provide a quote at any time.
We fully support any website we design and are always available should you encounter any problems or require new enhancements. Taylor’s Enterprise also offers website hosting and maintenance.
All our websites are created with search engines in mind, and all designs are compliant with search engine guidelines. It is a good idea for your website to be re-evaluated from time to time as search engines do alter their rules and algorithms. This will ensure that your site is up to date and compliant with new rules.
You need a domain name, a Web server and a professionally developed website. You also need the website to be uploaded to your host and promoted to search engines. Taylor’s Enterprise can help you with all aspects of getting a website up and running.
No. We discuss your website requirements and price accordingly. Once you have placed your order with us, we will adhere to our quoted price.
Your visitors will see some things differently depending on their browser, screen resolution settings and their computers. We design sites with that in mind and preview them in several browsers and resolution settings before publishing. As technology evolves, all websites need to be re-evaluated.
Yes, Taylor’s Enterprise is a one-stop shop. You do not have to worry about who to call if you have problems. Taylor’s Enterprise can take care of everything from registering your domain name and designing your site to building it and maintaining it for years to come.
You can take payments online in a number of ways. The first is PayPal, an inexpensive way to start taking payments quickly. With PayPal, your visitors can pay with a credit card or by sending a payment from their checking account. PayPal provides a shopping cart and many other free services that are helpful to sites that are starting out. They charge 2.9% plus $.30 per transaction and have no start-up fees. PayPal, however, is not a very customizable solution, and it can have a “start-up” feel. However, this is changing and many mainstream sites are now accepting PayPal as more and more people have PayPal accounts. PayPal provides a very easy way to integrate a shopping cart into your site, which reduces development time.
There is also the option of creating a full e-commerce solution. This involves many different components – a merchant account from a bank, a payment gateway service that allows you to accept payments into your merchant account from your website, a shopping cart or payment script that integrates with your payment gateway, and certain elements of the server environment like having an SSL certificate and a static IP. Full e-commerce is much more expensive and time-consuming to develop than PayPal, but it can be integrated into your site for a truly seamless payment experience. It can also save you money in the long run if you are doing a lot of sales.