Musician Website Design

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FAQs on music web design

Web design can be a confusing industry! Here are some of the questions that we get asked most frequently.

How much will my website cost?

Every project is different, so there is no fixed price. Before we start any project, we will talk to you and establish your needs. Based on our understanding of your needs we will send you a full estimate which details exactly what you can expect and how much it will cost. What we can say that our entry level websites start at £500.

How long will you take to design my music website?

It depends on the size of the site, but an average five-page site takes about a week to develop from the point when we receive all of your content. If the project contains a design phase where the layout is agreed before development, it might take a bit longer.

Do I need to buy a domain name and hosting?

You will need a domain name and somewhere to host your site. We will register the domain name on your behalf and set up hosting. We prefer to use our own host and we can transfer your domain name if you have already registered it. (Please not that we do not offer free hosting support if you use another host.)

Do I need to send a deposit for the work?

Yes, you will be asked for a small deposit at the outset of the project. The full fee is payable on launch, and only when you are completely satisfied with the site.

What is Search Engine Optimisation?

Search Engine Optimisation, sometimes known as SEO, is the process of increasing the number of visits your website receives from search engines via "organic" search results. It's to your advantage to appear high in a list of search results as sites that appear at the top get more visitors.

Will my site appear in the number one position on Google?

Google and Google alone decides who to show in its search results. How it decides which sites to show for any given search is a closely guarded secret. Therefore no web designer on this earth can say with 100% certainty that your website will appear in the number one position for your preferred search term. Many factors affect a ranking including domain name, quality of the coding, content, number of pages, inbound links to your website, number of competing websites and the age of your website. If your preferred search term is something fairly unique with only a few competing websites, you stand an excellent chance of landing a top position. If your preferred search term is very common, with hundreds of competing, large, mature websites, you will find it more difficult to get a good position.