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Price List

This is a flat-fee or project-oriented price list. This avoids the bottomless pit of hourly billing by giving customers an idea, up front, of the costs involved.

There is price (or cost) and there is value. The price for an item is too high if it exceeds its value to the purchaser. It’s much better the other way around. I hope you feel value far exceeds the prices here.

Listing on Search Engine Results Page (SERP)

The title tag and meta description (along with the page link) combine to make up the listing on the search engine results page. These tags serve two purposes and both of them are very important. First, they are “read” by Google to help determine how each page will be ranked. And, second, the words are then read by humans doing the search. These words must be persuasive enough to motivate them to make that all-important click.

Development of title tag and meta description for an individual web page so, together, they begin a compelling, story with curiosity that can only be satisfied by clicking to learn more.

First page ……………………… $147.00
Each additional page …….   $97.00

Opening Content for Web Pages

Development of main headline, accompanying subhead and first paragraph of copy on each web page to engage visitors by continuing the story introduced in that page’s listing.

First page ……………………… $175.00
Each additional page ……. $125.00

Whole Page Editing (long introduction for this item)

If you have a substantial amount of text content, as this site does, you must take steps to keep the momentum going from one section to the next. Like a bird turning over stones in search of a delicious morsel, your content must encourage your visitors to read just one more section.

Large sections of text (long lines and long paragraphs) are discouraging and provide a ready excuse for visitors to bounce. As always, it happens in an instant. It’s like looking up a long stairway…just the sight of it is depressing.

Bite Size Bits

This is where subheads enter the picture. The only function of a headline or subhead is to encourage your visitor to read the opening sentence of the next section. A page of little bite-size sections is a welcome sight to most visitors.

Smart Layout for Smart Phones

Bite-size sections of text are especially important for visitors using a phone. Each line of text on a desktop display converts to several lines of text on a phone. Ideally, when viewed on a phone, the next subhead should come into view just as the just as the current subhead scrolls out of sight.

Key Factor of Online Success

Since phones are now the device of choice on our mobile world, a website in today’s environment should be designed for optimum display on a small screen. Optimizing your site for viewing on mobile devices (mostly phones) can mean a lot more than just having a “responsive” web site.

A mobile friendly website works just fine when viewed on a desktop monitor, while the opposite may not work well at all.

Edit existing content on an individual webpage (about 350 words or the equivalent of a paper page) by breaking it into small sections, each with its own engaging subhead for optimum viewing on small screens and to increase all visitors’ time on the page.

First page ……………………… $147.00
Each additional page …….   $99.00

Convert Existing Website Content to Create a Separate
Mobile-Friendly Website

As itemized on the Mobile Friendly page, under the section “2. Mobile-Friendly Usability,” it may be a good business decision to establish and maintain a separate, mobile website for visitors who use a smart phone.

As discussed on that page, loading speed for a phone audience is critical. Statistics have shown they have short attention spans and little patience for sites that are too much trouble.

As more sites around the web conform to their needs, it pays to go with the flow and humor them. Your bottom line will love you for it.

Convert existing website to a mobile-friendly site ……… request a quote.

 

Home Page
What's In This For Me?
Mobile Friendly
Bullet-Point Summary
Contact


Price List

This is a flat-fee or project-oriented price list. This avoids the bottomless pit of hourly billing by giving customers an idea, up front, of the costs involved.

There is price (or cost) and there is value. The price for an item is too high if it exceeds its value to the purchaser. It’s much better the other way around. I hope you feel value far exceeds the prices here.

Listing on Search Engine Results Page (SERP)

The title tag and meta description (along with the page link) combine to make up the listing on the search engine results page. These tags serve two purposes and both of them are very important. First, they are “read” by Google to help determine how each page will be ranked. And, second, the words are then read by humans doing the search. These words must be persuasive enough to motivate them to make that all-important click.

Development of title tag and meta description for an individual web page so, together, they begin a compelling, story with curiosity that can only be satisfied by clicking to learn more.

First page ……………………… $147.00
Each additional page …….   $97.00

Opening Content for Web Pages

Development of main headline, accompanying subhead and first paragraph of copy on each web page to engage visitors by continuing the story introduced in that page’s listing.

First page ……………………… $175.00
Each additional page ……. $125.00

Whole Page Editing (long introduction for this item)

If you have a substantial amount of text content, as this site does, you must take steps to keep the momentum going from one section to the next. Like a bird turning over stones in search of a delicious morsel, your content must encourage your visitors to read just one more section.

Large sections of text (long lines and long paragraphs) are discouraging and provide a ready excuse for visitors to bounce. As always, it happens in an instant. It’s like looking up a long stairway…just the sight of it is depressing.

Bite Size Bits

This is where subheads enter the picture. The only function of a headline or subhead is to encourage your visitor to read the opening sentence of the next section. A page of little bite-size sections is a welcome sight to most visitors.

Smart Layout for Smart Phones

Bite-size sections of text are especially important for visitors using a phone. Each line of text on a desktop display converts to several lines of text on a phone. Ideally, when viewed on a phone, the next subhead should come into view just as the just as the current subhead scrolls out of sight.

Key Factor of Online Success

Since phones are now the device of choice on our mobile world, a website in today’s environment should be designed for optimum display on a small screen. Optimizing your site for viewing on mobile devices (mostly phones) can mean a lot more than just having a “responsive” web site.

A mobile friendly website works just fine when viewed on a desktop monitor, while the opposite may not work well at all.

Edit existing content on an individual webpage (about 350 words or the equivalent of a paper page) by breaking it into small sections, each with its own engaging subhead for optimum viewing on small screens and to increase all visitors’ time on the page.

First page ……………………… $147.00
Each additional page …….   $99.00

Convert Existing Website Content to Create a Separate
Mobile-Friendly Website

As itemized on the Mobile Friendly page, under the section “2. Mobile-Friendly Usability,” it may be a good business decision to establish and maintain a separate, mobile website for visitors who use a smart phone.

As discussed on that page, loading speed for a phone audience is critical. Statistics have shown they have short attention spans and little patience for sites that are too much trouble.

As more sites around the web conform to their needs, it pays to go with the flow and humor them. Your bottom line will love you for it.

Convert existing website to a mobile-friendly site ……… request a quote.

Home Page
What's In This For Me?
Mobile Friendly
Bullet-Point Summary
Contact