One-Page Websites

PRACTICAL. AFFORDABLE. SENSIBLE.

One-Page Websites Starting at $95.00 (or less)*

You may feel that a multi-page website doesn't seem to make sense for your business. However, it really is a big swing to say that you don't need a website. I know of some people that still do believe that they can get by without any web presence.

 

In today's world having your business, organization, club or services/products on the web is almost a “requirement of validation” that you are legitimate and really exist. That said, a single page on the web may be what you are looking for and it just might be what you need. And that is the whole idea for offering One-Page Websites.

 

After I thought about it, I realized there are actually dozens of reasons for single-page websites. And, there are many circumstances where a One-Page Website is the practical way to go.

 

For years I recommended that clients should consider larger and more in-depth approaches to their websites and that if you didn't “put enough information out there” you would never get found.

 

But, as with everything... things change. And, in the last five years, “being on the web” and “being found on the web” has changed significantly.

 

 

As more and more people engage in social media – getting your website in front of new and potential visitors has become all the more attainable without being dependent on the search engine ranking and SEO. For those that deal primarily with traditional advertising (newsprint, direct mail, posters, etc.) it makes all the more sense “to have someplace where people can just learn more about you.”

 

I'm not saying that a full size website isn't necessary. And, I am not saying that striving for Page One Google is not important (it truly is). But, I will concede that a single-page website can serve a very specific purpose and can achieve significant results when done properly. You may have to “work it” differently than a traditional larger website, but it can be done.

 

With all that in said, I pondered how to make a “One-Page-Wonder” available to clients. I believe I may have an answer.

“What's Involved?”

I'll start with the money, because that's usually the first question people ask about.

 

“About the “or less” teaser in the headline above?”

 

If New Milford Web Design is going to maintain your domain registration (i.e. pay the annual registration), we have a flat fee for common registrations, $10 per year. This will be added to your hosting fee (on an annual basis) if we are handling both.

 

MAKE IT REALLY AFFORDABLE?

 

Regular Fee... $95

BYO Hosting... -45

Total... 50

BYO Domain... -10

Total... $40

What You Get

The page you are currently reading is a decent sample of how much information can be included on your Own-Page Website. To be totally honest, the page contains more information than some of the websites I've been commissioned to create in the past few years.

 

As I mentioned, it really is a golden opportunity for someone to take a first step on the web, or to have a professionally designed landing page built for a product roll out, or a very simple and practical way to sell a limited amount of merchandise online.*

 

I install Google Analytics on all sites that I build – you will be able to view visitor rates, and other activity. I offer use of a fairly expansive library of photo-stock and graphics. I offer a free month of time for any modifications/updates to the Page, but I do charge a minimum hourly fee for any modifications/revisions after the initial month (normally $25/hour).

 

You can include graphics, video, slideshows, etc.

 

* One-Page Website payment gateways are limited to PayPal Merchant Account Buy Now and small PayPal Shopping Cart options.

 

More advanced payment options are simply too time consuming and expensive to be practical.

Getting Started

To be very practical, you should concentrate on gathering enough materials (wording, images, photographs, etc.) that would (roughly) fill two (possibly three) regular sheets of paper (8-1/2 x 11 in size).

 

It helps to have a good idea about what you want the page to accomplish. Write down your “goals for the page.”

 

When you are ready, simply call or email New Milford Web Design and we can review what you have gathered. If you are unsure about where to start, or whether this is a good move for you – do feel free to email or call ahead of time.

 

After we have reviewed your project, we can schedule some time to do it. Once on the schedule, a minimum (non-refundable) deposit is required. You can use the payment option below, or simply send a check. After the Page is up and running on the web, the remainder of your balance will become due.

 

Use the PayPal Button below to make your initial payment. You can use your PayPal Balance, or any Credit Card. You do not need to be a PayPal Member to use this option.

WEB DESIGN – CONTENT BUILDING – MARKETING

NEW MILFORD CT 06776 USA

 

As more and more people engage in social media – getting your website in front of new and potential visitors has become all the more attainable without being dependent on the search engine ranking and SEO. For those that deal primarily with traditional advertising (newsprint, direct mail, posters, etc.) it makes all the more sense “to have someplace where people can just learn more about you.”

 

I'm not saying that a full size website isn't necessary. And, I am not saying that striving for Page One Google is not important (it truly is). But, I will concede that a single-page website can serve a very specific purpose and can achieve significant results when done properly. You may have to “work it” differently than a traditional larger website, but it can be done.

 

With all that in said, I pondered how to make a “One-Page-Wonder” available to clients. I believe I may have an answer.

You may feel that a multi-page website doesn't seem to make sense for your business. However, it really is a big swing to say that you don't need a website. I know of some people that still do believe that they can get by without any web presence.

 

In today's world having your business, organization, club or services/products on the web is almost a “requirement of validation” that you are legitimate and really exist. That said, a single page on the web may be what you are looking for and it just might be what you need. And that is the whole idea for offering One-Page Websites.

 

After I thought about it, I realized there are actually dozens of reasons for single-page websites. And, there are many circumstances where a One-Page Website is the practical way to go.

 

For years I recommended that clients should consider larger and more in-depth approaches to their websites and that if you didn't “put enough information out there” you would never get found.

 

But, as with everything... things change. And, in the last five years, “being on the web” and “being found on the web” has changed significantly.

 

As more and more people engage in social media – getting your website in front of new and potential visitors has become all the more attainable without being dependent on the search engine ranking and SEO. For those that deal primarily with traditional advertising (newsprint, direct mail, posters, etc.) it makes all the more sense “to have someplace where people can just learn more about you.”

 

I'm not saying that a full size website isn't necessary. And, I am not saying that striving for Page One Google is not important (it truly is). But, I will concede that a single-page website can serve a very specific purpose and can achieve significant results when done properly. You may have to “work it” differently than a traditional larger website, but it can be done.

 

With all that in said, I pondered how to make a “One-Page-Wonder” available to clients. I believe I may have an answer.

“What's Involved?”

I'll start with the money, because that's usually the first question people ask about.

 

“About the “or less” teaser in the headline above?”

 

If New Milford Web Design is going to maintain your domain registration (i.e. pay the annual registration), we have a flat fee for common registrations, $10 per year. This will be added to your hosting fee (on an annual basis) if we are handling both.

I'll start with the money, because that's usually the first question people ask about.

 

“About the “or less” teaser in the headline above?”