Make A Space Online
You can check out the websites below to see my completed projects. That will help you decide whether or not I'm the one you want to hire for your website. You will need to provide your own text. If you want me to write your content, consider what you're reading here on my site. It's adequate, not stellar.
This is my first store project. Jessica designs and sews bareback pads for horse people. She has sold quite a few through word of mouth and Facebook. Now she has a website for her complete collection where people can conveniently order and pay all in one place. This one is special because it's for my sister. Check out her products and share her website on Facebook.
This is my first Squarespace website. I built it for my church and then handed it over to their graphic designer to improve maintain. She created all the graphics and has replaced some of the stock photos with in house photos.
I hired someone to build my website. There were some things I didn't like about it but he was too busy to work with me and since he gave me a good deal I wasn't going to push it. Long story. I rebuilt it on Squarespace, and then again on Wix a year later.
My first Weebly site. I had been offering to revamp this website until finally they took me up on my offer. I basically rebuilt the whole thing. Weebly is fairly easy to use, and not too hard to learn. Weebly has excellent chat support, too.
This was actually my first Wix site. I found out it's a lot more customizable than Weebly, but there is more to learn, too. I like it a lot. Until I learn how to use WordPress, this is where I'll stay.
My style is pretty simple because my skill is pretty simple, so my prices are also pretty simple, too. I am not qualified to do branding, logo design, or graphic design, hence I come at a rock bottom price.
My fee is as follows:
small churches: free
small businesses: $300
small stores: $500
I will consider bartering!
These prices do not include the cost of the website hosting and domain name. Those are extra. For example, I built a store website on Wix for Trailmaster Bareback Pads. It cost $30 for the domain name and $200 for a year of hosting. Since I charge $500 for my services to build the site, her total cost was $730. Website maintenance is optional but she will hire me to update it whenever needed and pay me a monthly fee. Every year she will pay another $200 to Wix for hosting.