E-Commerce Store to Scale Your Business

An essential step to take when it comes to growing your business is establishing an online presence. Whether you need a complete store designed or just want to establish a web presence with a single page, I can help you. :)

I develop most sites using the industry-standard WordPress platform, which means you will be able to manage your website and edit your content when we are finished quite quickly.

All websites include automated backups, are SEO ready and have full security against hacking.

My Portfolio

https://www.flickr.com/photos/linxous/albums/72157709982215202

Price List

E-Commerce Basic Package $200

Basic Package is best suited for very small websites that are typically less than 5 products.

E-Commerce Standard Package $400

Standard Package is best suited for websites that have approximately 10 products.

E-Commerce Package $600

Premium Package is for large E-commerce websites.

I do not provide hosting but I can assist you every step of the way from registering a domain to polishing a final version of your site. 

I would love to chat with you about your needs and see if can be of service.
Requirements needed to get started
  1. Logos, photographs or other images, business descriptions, formatted Word documents with your desired copy, or a link to an existing Website. 
  2. Content

Extras included
Source File
Commercial Use
Sales Funnel
Revisions
3 revisions allowed
Delivery time
Up to 7 days
Frequently asked questions
  1. Can I See My Website While It's In Progress?
    Yes.

  1. Will My Website Be Mobile-Friendly?
    Absolutely!

  2. How Many Changes Can I Make To My Site Without Additional Cost?
    I give as much latitude as I possibly can. All minor revisions are provided at no charge.

  3. Once My Website Design Is Completed, What After-sales Service Do You Offer?
    I fully support any website I design and always available should you encounter any problems or require new enhancements.

  4. How Long Will It Take to Get a New Website?
    1 Week. The functionality needs may also play a role - more complex sites will take more time to develop.

  5. Who Writes the Content for the Site?
    You. You are the expert on your business, so it's best if it comes from you.