We like FAQs so much we built an entire site just full of 'em.
Who/What/Where is Site Drive Inc.?
Why do I need a web page?
Why should I have a professionally built website? or Why shouldn't I let a rookie build my site?
What will my website cost me?
What do I get for my money?
When would my site be completed?
Where do we meet to get started?
So you want to know all about us? We've got a whole page that's all about Site Drive Inc. and it even has info on our founders too.
The reasons for having a web site are as varied as the individuals that desire them. The NEED for a web site can't be disputed. Internet advertising far exceeds any other advertising at the present time. Unlike your standard newspaper or phone book ad, a web site can contain an unlimited amount of information at a fraction of the price, and is accessible by millions world wide.
Any aspect of your site can be updated monthly, weekly, or even daily in order to deliver the most current information to your readers. This information can be accessed with a click of a button from around the entire globe, 24 hours a day. Statistics show that there are over 300 million people on the Internet today. Those numbers speak for themselves.
You may be thinking "My sister's friend's son built his own website, I'll have him do mine for a couple hundred dollars at most." Unfortunately, you will probably get what you pay for. Our prices normally include reworking your current logo, scanning in new product images and retouching them, as well as creating all the graphics for a new layout.
We've observed that many companies will spend top dollar on print material to promote their business, but are usually not willing to pay the same for a web presence. You can find cheap printers, but you will end up with faded colors and wrinkled paper. You can find cheap web designers, but you'll have problems with pages, sloppy coding which will slow page load times, pages that won't work in one browser or another, and an inconsistent, often amateurish look.
Creating a professional site is not a simple endeavor, and not just anyone can make a site compelling enough for that person to give you a phone call, or order a product. A professionally built site is a site that gives you control over your content, allowing you to edit the text whenever you'd like. You shouldn't need to ask someone to do it for you, unless you're willing to pay them to do so.
The cost of your website is determined by the scope of the project and its deadlines. We cannot give you a quote without an interview. To begin the interview process please complete our quote request form.
Site Drive Inc. will go through an interview process to help you target the market you're looking for. You'll be walked through every stage of the design, and will have total control over your site. We will handle registering domain names, finding a host for your site, and anything else we can do to make your move to the Internet easier.
You won't be getting a cookie cutter site, but something that reflects your interests and business. We'll work with you to make sure you and your audience get everything you need out of your site. We can also produce custom logos, business cards, letterhead, envelopes, and any other print material you may need. We will keep you informed on pricing, and help you make the best business decision for your situation.
A typical web site may take anywhere from a few days to a few months to complete. How quickly your site is finished depends on a number of other factors including: complexity of design, if you already have an idea chosen or if you would like us to mock up designs for you, and your responsiveness to our requests for content/information. During the interview process, we'll decide on a timeline for your site, and determine when each stage should be completed.
One of the most important pieces is constant communication. The faster you give us your feedback, the faster your site will be completed.
More often than not, we can develop a site without ever meeting in person. We typically communicate with our clients via phone, the Internet, and e-mail. We'll post designs and sketches on the Internet for you to review and approve.