There are plenty of cost effective ways offering to help build websites for startups but they all involve you doing the actual work, but what if you don’t want to work out how to get your own domain name and create your own website? We talk to lots of people starting their own business who are either not interested in learning how to do this, or simply do not have the time in the early days of their business.
Getting someone to do a website for you can be expensive. When setting up new telephone numbers and answering services for a startup they often gave us an email address along the lines of [email protected] and when I asked them it turned out that getting the domain name sorted and creating a website was something they had been putting off for a while.
I offered to help a few by getting a domain name, creating some email addresses, and building them a simple three or four page website. It was very successful. We were n’t trying to win design awards, just get them something presentable and professional for the early days of their business. Several have stuck with the original website, others have seen their business grow and therefore reached a point where they could justify spending time and money with a web design agency.
If you are interested in adding a domain name, email address and website to your virtual office or virtual receptionist package we are glad to help. We will do this for a one off fixed price of £77 and will host the website for free whilst you remain a customer of one of our other services.
There is no tie in to use the service ongoing and you are free to move the domain name to another hosting company or design agency whenever you wish. Our aim is to help you get up and running.
Please call Ian on 01628 460230 to discuss your requirements.
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