A Website Can Mean Survival For Your Business.
Building the websites can be complicated and expensive.
Trying to build it yourself is exhausting.
You deserve to have a hassle-free website to grow your business.
Route 69 Customs
Route 69 Customs approached us about helping them with a complete repositioning of their brand to attract new customers and selected the “Growing Business Plan.”
This project in its entirety included website, social media, Lead Generating PDF, automated nurturing and sales email campaign, plus complete redesign of their physical space and live events.
Others We’ve Helped.
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Frequently asked question
Do you provide a domain name for my website?
Yes. If you don’t already own a domain name, we can purchase and cover the annual cost of 1 available domain name for as long as you are in a Website agreement. If you already have a domain name, I recommend leaving it where it is and I will take care of pointing it to our servers when your new website is ready to go live.
Will you host my new website?
Yes. Our Storyworks plans cover the cost of website hosting on safe and reliable dedicated servers. We also regularly backup your website and keep your software up-to-date to avoid security breaches.
I already pay for website hosting. Can I keep hosting my new site with that company?
Do you provide email addresses?
Because of the increasing complexity and requirements of email, we do not offer email addresses at this time. We recommend using a dedicated email service such as Google’s GSuite or Microsoft Office 365 for your organization’s email addresses. However, we will setup the necessary MX records to make your email addresses work with the outside email service of your choosing.
How long will it take to build my website?
The development time varies slightly based on which STORYWORKS plan you choose. Our general time frame is 4-6 weeks for BASIC websites and 8-10 weeks for PRO websites. However, all time frames depend on the complexity of features and your responsiveness. For a more detailed explanation of our process, see our Storyworks Design Development Timeline.
What happens at the end of the 18 month agreement?
Once your 18 month agreement is complete, you own your website and all of it’s content. If you choose to move your site to another company or host provider, we’ll provide you with a backup file that contains your entire website. However, most of our clients choose to continue with one of these renewal options.
Can I cancel or downgrade the agreement before the end of 18 months?
There’s no option to cancel or downgrade the agreement early. This is because I distribute the cost of your initial website design and development (in addition to the unlimited changes, hosting, and backups) over 18 monthly payments, and most of the design and development happens at the beginning of the agreement term. However, you’re welcome to pay off the total amount of the agreement at any time and I will honor my commitment to provide my promised services for the remainder of the 18 months.
Can I upgrade my monthly plan in the middle of my 18 month term?
Yes, but because we distribute the cost of your initial website design, development, and included features for your particular plan over 18 monthly payments, you would be required to pay the difference in cost between your current plan and the upgraded plan for the months that have already passed in addition to the increased cost per month of the new plan.
Can I pay by check?
We do not accept check payments. All STORYWORKS plans are set up on monthly auto pay from a valid debit or credit card. This is to avoid interruption in payment and to cover the cost of development as well as ongoing updates.