Thursday, January 30, 2014

How Much Does a Website Cost?

Creating a website is the best way to market your business online. However, creating a website is a complex process. You need to register the domain name, find a hosting provider, build the website, launch the website, maintain the website, and market the website. How much does a website cost? This all depends on who you choose to work with and how much you are willing to spend.

Average Cost of a Website

Some people spend $2,000 to build a standard website while others will spend upwards of $13,000. Here is a basic breakdown of the average costs you can plan to spend when building a quality website:
·         Domain Name – roughly $10-$50 a year
·         Hosting Services – varies based on traffic and needs, usually costs $25 to $200 a year
·         Website development and design – the cost will vary based on the number of hours required to build the website
·         Yearly website maintenance – roughly $500 a year or more
·         Marketing a website – varies based on marketing schemes, usually starts at $400 a month or more

Figuring the Cost

The cost of a website will vary based on so many different factors. Some people have an easy time creating a website for practically nothing, but they usually find the site doesn’t get a lot of attention because it’s poorly designed, or it is not marketed. To figure the cost, it helps to sit down with a professional company to discuss different designs and your needs. While you are building the site, one of the important things you need to consider including is a mobile website. 

With a large majority of people turning to mobile coupons, you need to do your best to make sure you are creating a website worthy of mobile integration. Another thing to consider is online shopping. If you plan to include a shopping cart, the design and maintenance costs will increase. Security is a major issue when accepting online payments, you need to make sure you are providing your customers with the right security so their personal information is not compromised. How much does a website cost? It all depends on working with the right professionals and creating the right design.


Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Loving Innovations on Gadgets and Music

I’m always fascinated with high technology gadgets though I don’t buy every update I see online. I usually buy my dearest wish on my birthday to reward myself for all the hard work on my offline and online jobs. I’m fond of searching through newest update on digicams, phones, tablets, laptops as I want to know the most-sought after specifications so when I buy I will be assured that I get the best worth of my hard-earned money. 

Well technology has further advanced its innovations to varied fields and industries including the music world. Now most musical instruments are upgraded to the high level of customers’ expectation. I’m amazed at the latest finds I got online including electric guitars, amplifiers and accessories like subwoofer pole mount at musicians friend. My family loves music and my kids play musical instruments so it excites us to know that music is also innovating to achieve optimal performance.


Monday, January 27, 2014

Loving the High Tech Musical Instruments

My daughter tried the electric bass guitar last week and she loves the feel of it especially that it’s easy to pluck than her acoustic. The head musician in the church is training her for a church pianist but once in a while he let her use the electric guitar. My daughter loves techie gadgets and it expands to her music instruments as now she’s canvassing for her own electric guitar.

I hope with this new wish on her list she will not include other musical accessories like inexpensive cardiode instrument microphone at guitar center as I have no funds for those right now. Well I’m happy that my kids are very interested with musical instruments but they will have to wait if they want to ask for high tech instruments. Next year I’ll save for their dream instruments like drum set for the little boy and electric guitars for my two teenagers so they will also improve their skills and be professional enough to play in the church.


Friday, January 17, 2014

A Case for Phone Individuality

A Galaxy Note 2 rubber case could be just what the phone doctor ordered to protect your phone from scrapes, drops, and other mishaps. If it helps, you can think of the case as a form of vaccination against the little traumas in life without all of the controversy and rules that surround real vaccinations. Your phone is important to you, yet as it comes from the factory, it is terribly blah. 

When one of the greatest innovations that Apple introduces is that its phone can come in colors, you know something is wrong. It’s like we are all back in the time when Henry Ford introduced the automobile. “People can have any color car they want, as long as it’s black.” Ford had to cave just a couple years later when he introduced different colored chassis. 

This is America. Americans take pride in their individuality. That’s how the west was won, and that long tradition should not be squelched by the impersonal, mass production of mega-conglomerate corporations who would prefer that people became consuming machines rather than those with a conscience and choice. It is a good thing that companies created cases that come in different colors and styles and have different motifs. You can get everything from Disney to skulls for your phone. Are you an Autobot or a Decepticon? There’s a case for that. The best part is that unlike a car paint job, these cases are relatively cheap. When you tire of one, you can get another, or switch them out every day. 

Like a Red Rubber Ball A Galaxy Note 2 rubber casecan help save a lot of abuse that your phone might otherwise absorb. Just because the case is rubber does not mean that it turns your phone into a bouncy ball, so do not throw it against the ground in an attempt to see how high it will bounce. (Unless you are getting a new phone, don’t care about the toxic materials in the phone, and are filming it to be put on YouTube and become the next, great viral video.)


Monday, January 13, 2014

Benefits of Embracing Technology

At work I feel good that I can work with high tech gadgets and equipment with ease. It’s really good to update yourself with operating all equipment related to work especially computers and related machines because you can do every work with confidence and expertise. It’s the common problem of people who resists operating new gadgets and hesitant to accept new technologies coming in. Sometimes it becomes a hindrance in getting higher job opportunities or simply hardship in presenting your ideas. 

Anyway it all depends on what your job is and your job position as the higher levels can get themselves assistants to do the job for them. As for me I want to be at my best always and that includes good command not just of communication and writing skills but of computers as well. This is what Reid wants to give their clients - their best service and offers that will make business’ sourcing of components easier and faster.


Thursday, January 9, 2014

Some Updates in Technology

As always I was amazed again at the fast innovation of technology especially in the computer world. I saw in the news the latest gadgets on show on one fair which showcase a laptop that can also be like a tablet with advanced features on transferring pictures from camera to computers. It’s not available in the market right now but in few weeks’ time I’m sure it will be on top high end stores. Well my friends who love to update their gadgets and computers might be interested in this but for me I have other priorities. 

I have plenty of things in line for financial funding this month that even a craving for a G-shock watch might not be satisfied. This year I’m going to be so wise in spending my hard-earned money and family’s needs will always be on the top list aside from our church expenses. Money is hard to earn these days that having two jobs is already a blessing. I just have to manage my salaries on both jobs wisely to avoid debts. That’s my resolution for this New Year.


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