Need a website?

WordPress is a terrific option for managing most business websites: It is easy to edit, conveniently customizable, and well-documented online after over a decade of successful use by organizations big and small. It is easily installed with just a few clicks on most reputable PHP hosting providers (like Dreamhost), and requires little to no coding knowledge to set up and use for a variety of business purposes, ranging from just putting a simple informational website in front of your potential customers to scheduling appointments, collecting payments, and selling goods and services online. Unfortunately, as affordable as a WordPress website can be, hiring ongoing development can be very expensive.

Willing to do some legwork?

The most expensive part of any website purchase is the cost of development. Good developers are going to run you anywhere from $40-100+ per hour, and for small businesses that just, a price tag of thousands of dollars for a new website is - quite frankly - as unnecessary as it is unaffordable. If you have relatively simple feature and design needs, and are willing to spend a few hours getting familiar with the WordPress platform, let us help you establish and learn to manage your web presence for a fraction of the cost!

Pay for the knowledge, not for the fish.

An old proverb says: "Give a man a fish, feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime." Don't pay a developer thousands (or even tens of thousands) of dollars for what may be a simple small business website that requires little or no code customization. Spend a few hundred with us to get a domain and hosting set up, install WordPress, and dip your feet in with a kind and patient introduction to using WordPress, and you can save thousands by managing your own web presence!

Cost

A flat $500 covers help registering a domain name, setting up hosting, installing WordPress, and up to 4 hours of WordPress training.

Want some examples?

Below you'll find some examples of WordPress websites that were produced with more or less effort. In the case of some of them (Station Pub Run, Carolina Health Informatics, True Wind Technology), some plugins were used to handle custom content types and listings, and some additional custom functionality may have been built into the site. But in the case of others (October28, Weathersfield, NC Beach Conference), the websites were set up using entirely front-end editing through a WordPress dashboard, with no paid plugins whatsoever.