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Merseysites Prices 2004

Domain Name Purchase



  £20
Basic Web Hosting (1 Year)



  £60
Merseysites Package 1
Basic website with 1-5 pages. Usually consists of an about page, contact page and other information pages. Search engine submission free*



Example £300
Merseysites Package 2
Standard website with 5-15 pages. Such a site may require a forum, links directory or other more complex functionality. Search engine submission free*



Example £700
Merseysites Package 3
Advanced website with online shopping capabilities or database functionality. We would advise you to use a credit card payment facilitator such as Worldpay. For larger sites you may need to pay for software to run your online shop such as Actinic Catalogue. Search engine submission, site marketing & PR free*



Example £1200-£2000
     
Basic Updates
For example - adding a news update. 1-2 Basic page updates free for 6 months when you have purchased the above packages

  £30-£60
per page
     


After we have built the website for you, we will send you the details of the site's hosting, e-mail addresses and domain registration. You can therefore either maintain the site yourself (for those who are familiar with basic site design) or you can let us do it for you. We will maintain the site for free for 11 months we will then charge you annually for site observation and web hosting. We currently charge £100 per year for this service.

* Some engines such as Yahoo charge for inclusion in their index. It is therefore advised that you yourself pay for inclusion in these sites.



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Marc at mail@merseysidetoday.co.uk

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