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We build better websites that are focused on turning your investment into profit. Your business deserves it’s very own world in cyberspace, and we take that mission very, very seriously. Our average client sees a return on investment in 3 months and a profit in 6 months. Your website should not be treated as an expense, but rather a revenue generating machine on the web. Let’s Talk!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I am totally new to this "website thing". How does the whole process work?
A: Never fear, that’s why we are here. You can learn about our time proven process in our process section.
Q: How long has Selah Web Design been building websites?
A: Selah Web Design was founded in 2009 by Owner + Founder, Amie (Fulks) Perryman. You can learn more on our about page.
Q: How much does a website cost?
A: The cost of a website can vary depending on various factors, just like the cost of a house may vary. Though our website projects generally start in the $5,000 range for basic business sites and range upward depending on your unique needs. We offer 12 month payment plans than include hosting and many other services. We also can do single page websites for as little as $500!!
Q: How does the payment process work?
A: The project starts with a 50% deposit. After design sign off and before we move into programming, we collect 25%. Once we have completed and fulfilled our scope, the final 25% is collected and your website is then scheduled for launch.
Q: What kind of businesses do you work with?
A: We work with a broad range of company types [small start-ups, large corporations, nonprofits, B2B, B2C and more] across many business industries [technology, food, apparel, health + beauty, camps, travel, finance, arts, fair trade, and more.]
Over the years, we've helped businesses improve customer service, market their products, and attract customers. Functionality requests range from basic to advanced. Our team takes the time to get to know your industry, organization, and competitors to ensure your site supports all of your goals.
Q: How long does it take to build a website?
A: Our standard websites take approximately 120 days to create. Our E-commerce (online store) websites take approximately 160 days to create. This time will vary from project to project.
Q: Who will I work with during the project?
A: This is a great question to ask and you should ask it of any web design and development firm you are considering. Many firms will farm out work to freelancers or interns. Some firms give little or no access to client’s who want to speak directly with their designers or developers. Our clients work directly with our team. Who that will be depends on your project needs and what stage of the process you are in during the project.
Q: What platform do you build your websites on?
A: We build all of our websites on the open-source Content Management System (CMS) platform called WordPress. We can convert your existing site (from Wix or Weebly or Squarespace etc) over to a self hosted WordPress site. We can also maintain and update existing Joomla sites tho we do not build from scratch on that platform.
Q: Can you help me write content for my website?
A: Yes. We include copy writing and editing in all of our proposals. We also build your sitemap and help structure the foundation of your website in the planning stages.
Q: Do I own my website?
A: YES! Everything that we build will be 100% owned by you. Most of our clients stay with us for the life of the website. Our team is just irresistible that way. But if for any reason you decide you want to take your site to another hosting service and get another company to service the site, we will happily assist you in making the transition as effortlessly and efficiently as possible. The website is yours after all, and we want you to take it wherever you go.
Q: What's with the name?
Selah is a term used in the Bible! Specifically, in Psalms when directing a pause in the music. Like the ‘rest’ symbol in modern sheet music, it tells the singer or musician to pause or rest for an impact of silence. It’s actual definition is “a rest taken by force or with force” it is dramatic!
I fell in love with the idea! I work so hard (especially in the days of full time horse training) and had to MAKE myself take days off. Thus the farm name, Selah Farms. That name has carried over into my web design business and even now into my investing. Cool story, eh?