Frequently Asked Questions
What is your hourly rate?
At Revised Brand, the previous hourly rate was $100/hour for a minimum of 2 hours. However, the current pricing model is based upon fixed prices. However, if you need any work that is not listed under our services, we can discuss any potential solutions & what the cost may be on a case-by-case basis.
What if I want a refund?
How long will all of this take?
The exact length of time it takes to complete a project can vary depending on how quickly the Client Portal is completed, and feedback is received on designs. With that being said, the project will end in 30 days regardless of project completion, unless you pay a reactivation fee as it states in the terms and conditions.
What if I want more than 2 rounds of changes?
During the quoting process, we can include additional rounds of revisions into the price. We do not refund additional rounds purchased.
Why do you limit the rounds of revisions?
We have determined that keeping the number of rounds at a limit of 2 allows for flexibility while also allowing the design process to keep progressing towards completion. We want to ensure that your website is launched in a timely manner.
We have found that 2 rounds allows for a multitude of changes and revisions, if any.
Who will write and edit the copy of the website?
What are your hours of operation?
Do you provide ongoing site maintenance?
Once all balances are settled, should you decide to maintain your own site, you will be granted full control to make whatever changes you deem necessary.
How much does a website typically cost?
The cost of your website can range widely based on the scope (what you want on your website). The unique page count and eCommerce product amount greatly contributes the most to the final cost as each layout is thoughtfully organized. You can view a guideline here: https://revisedbrand.com/pricing
Why do I need to have a website?
2. It boosts SEO dramatically by enabling them to incorporate keywords into page titles, headers, images, and text.
3. It allows the company to present their brand in an engaging, interactive, visual way as the first point of contact for most leads.
4. It acts as a 24/7 sales person.
5. It can answer the majority of questions customers might have and thus save countless hours of communication.
6. It can capture visitor data.
7. It can can be used to sell products either physical or digital greatly increasing your earning potential globally
What needs to be taken into consideration when building a website?
1. What are the top 3 end goals of the site (e.g. capture email, sell product, schedule appointment)?
2. Who is the audience?
3. What are others that are top in that industry doing online?
4. What is your elevator pitch and how can that be translated into a web experience?
How do I decide what type of design to go for?
1. You should see what competitors are doing who are top in your industry.
2. Be sure to use your existing brand such as colors, typography, shading, imagery, tone, copy.
3. Remove all, but the absolutely most essential items.