Concierge Web Services
What is the cost of achieving web marketing results?
It can be a black hole for many, but a known quantity when you choose Wells Ideas' concierge level support. With a simple fixed fee, you are able to both maintain a monthly budget and at the same time gain the key ingredients to a successful web site.
How is web site success measured?
- Search Engine Optimization - be found in Google and other searches
- Reliability - Maximum up time
- Attractive Pages Which Hold Viewer's Interests - We measure the time during which each person stays on a page or within your site
- Attention to Detail - We know that your business thrives on presenting a professional image
- Shopping Carts which Perform - Taking the buyer from passive interest through to purchase completion
- Detailed Traffic Reports - Track your customers
In A Nutshell
What do you get?
Each client reserves a specific amount of time depending on their plan. In addition to having web services time reserved each month clients also get emergency response, priority development time and prices, domain name, SVN backups, site backups and web hosting. In short, you get a highly experienced IT department that is there when you need it - at a fraction of the cost. By reserving time for each of our clients on a monthly basis we can allocate our resources better than other web services companies and we pass the savings along to our customers.
Reserved time can be used for:
- Developing a new site
- Adding functionality an existing site
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
- Consulting on new hardware purchases
- Internet Marketing
- Content writing
- Upgrades to software
- Web usability consulting
- Website analytics
The questions "What ...?", "Why ...?" and "How ...?" constitute the answer to your Internet consulting needs.
Our business does not require our clients to know development or theory, but it helps both parties when they understand our process. In order to effectively create solutions for your business, we must first understand your project goals. The goals are documented by asking the "what, why and how" questions for the overall goal of the project. The overall goal will spawn many smaller goals. The answers to these questions will spawn an addtional round of questions. It is through this process we learn about and document your needs. Our success as consultants will be judged against these goals.
WHAT does your business need? The answer defines "the project" at a high level.
WHY do you want to do this project? The answer to this question often gives us insight that would not be recieved from simply asking "What project does your business need?" For example: A client may simply answer by saying "We need a website on a limited budget." If we stopped the process here, the goals of the new website would not be easily understood. So we ask, "Why do want a new website?". If the answer is "To get new clients", we have learned something valuable that will determine how we plan on spending the limited budget. If the answer is "To give information to our existing clients", the budget will be spent much differently.
HOW do you want to interact with the project? This answer gives us an overview of the use cases. For example: A client has several lists of existing customers in excel format and wants it all in a searchable database. That can be done... but how will it access the database? Through the Internet? Intranet? In Microsoft Access? Through its existing website? Another example would be: A client wants to have a website to gather leads for its sales department. How does it want the sales department to get the leads? Email? A database accessable through the internet? Fax?
Once this process is completed, a requirements document can be created. It is this document that will be the blueprint for all work that is done.
Your Web Site Should Uniquely Showcase Your Products and Services. During our first consultation, we will elaborate on your web site options. Please consider the category which best describes your needs:
Discriminating clients deserve highest priority. If you can not find the answers to your questions listed below, please contact us for specific information regarding your web presence. Our knowledgable staff will offer top shelf experience to improve your market presence.
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