JMD Web Design has 7 years of design and development
experience to call on when creating new sites. We didn't go to school to learn how,
we just started doing it one day on our own and found that we had acquired a valuable
commodity in our skill. And we use this skill for each and every website that we
turn out. This means that every site is a custom job. We don't have templates or
build template-based sites because such sites, although they may be inexpensive to
build, don't last long, nor do they adequately reflect the quality of our clients'
So, if you're in the market for a website, and you don't care what it looks like or
if it works, then you're dealing with the wrong developer. We don't like building
sites that don't work. We're not into building enough to just get by, and we don't
take advantage of clients with little or no experience with the Internet. On the
contrary, we feel we have a moral obligation to provide a site that not only meets
our clients' expectations for quality and impact, but also exceeds it. We thoroughly
enjoy when one of our websites truly makes a dramatic impact on the client's business.
If our product can't deliver, then we feel we haven't adequately done our job.
Our rates for website design start at $1500 for a front-end interface inner-page
look and feel for a standard-sized website. What is a "standard-sized" website,
you ask? Actually, most of our websites fall into this category.
are examples of sites that fall into this category. Add our domain registration
and hosting services, and you're up and running for under $2000.
Does $2000 seem like too much? $2000 may seem like a fortune if your site just sits
there and looks pretty. Think about this, though. How many new sales would it take
to just recoup the costs of the website in a year? Don't forget you've got a
super-salesman on your side working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You'd better
be putting him to work! You're probably already promoting your business in several
ways, why not pepper what you're doing already by adding your new website address?
Do you print a newsletter? Your website address should be all over it! Do you
distribute business cards? Your website address should be on it. Do you have
those magnets with your logo on the side of your company car? You need to have
your website address on it! Do you have a yellow page ad? Well, you get the
point, I think. Everywhere your phone number is, there your website address
should be also.
And furthermore, for those of you who have a great product to sell and are limiting
your target audience to only those within driving distance, you really have no
excuse! Why not capture leads from all over the nation, or the world, and ship
your product to them! Hey, it might be cheaper than driving that SUV to Kalamazoo
and back every day.