We keep our prices very competitive in order to accommodate every department's budget. A $300 setup fee is the only amount you'll pay to 911 Websites. From there, you'll simply pay GoDaddy's monthly hosting fee, which is around $10. For information on what's included, scroll down.
Let us know if you need a domain for your website, and we'll include one! Additionally, we are usually able to transfer existing domains as well. You'll always retain ownership of your domain.
We build your website from the ground up, using input directly from you. Send us your photos, preferred colors, and what you'd like on the site, and we'll put it all together.
Another great feature of working with 911 Websites is that every site comes standard with SSL Certificates and firewalls to keep your data safe.
We build our sites so it's very simple for you to make changes and edits. If you need something a little more comprehensive, we are able to make those changes for an hourly rate of $20.
911 Websites will create a unique account for your organization. This account will stay with you throughout the life of your website. When we develop the website, we'll log in through your credentials.
Using information from your organization, we'll then go ahead and build the website on your account. This process usually takes 2-3 days.
At this point, you'll pay the $300 setup fee to 911 Websites. As soon as this payment is received, your website will go 'live'. From there on out, your only charge will be GoDaddy's monthly hosting fee, which is around $10.
Once the website has been thoroughly reviewed, the website with officially go live! This is a day to celebrate!
We build our websites as simple as possible, which allows a member of your organization to log in and make edits as needed. If you run into any trouble, simply gives us a call! We'll walk with you every step of the way.
Whether it's a few days, months or years after your website goes live, 911 Websites can still make significant changes to your site. For an hourly rate of $20, we can make major website changes and adjustments. This is mostly for significant changes that your organization may feel uncomfortable tackling on your own.