Who Is This Website Girl?

When it comes to web design, my resume is long and impressive. I developed a passion for all things internet back in the mid 90's.That's when I bought my first home computer and embarked upon a long journey of ever-changing trends.


I built my first website in 1998 and have continued to learn, improve and grow with the changing times when it comes to website design.  


My 10 years of employment at Go Daddy, the world's largest domain registrar and website hosting company, certainly aided in that education. I spent every day there talking to people just like you who were trying to attract consumers to their business and not really knowing exactly where to start when it comes to a website. I became their expert...their "go to" girl.


Now, I apply all of that knowledge and experience to my own business, but with a much more affordable price tag.


I can't wait to become YOUR Website Girl!


 

Beth Moser

Owner/Operator




I Want To Help Businesses Save Money On A Necessary Service

Working at Go Daddy showed me a few very important things.

  • Hundreds of new businesses are starting up every day. Every. Single. Day.
  • Businesses that don't have a web presence usually fail rather quickly.
  • Website designers charge a lot of money and tend to hold their clients hostage.

If You Don't Have A Website, You Are Losing Money

We live in a time of instant gratification and if today's consumer wants something, they immediately grab their mobile device or computer to do a quick search by keyword. If your business isn't among those found, you just lost a customer without even knowing it. To add salt to that wound, your competitor, who does have a web presence, just earned your customer's business simply because he was found online.

But It Costs So Much To Have A Website, Right?

That could be right, but it doesn't have to be.


It's true that if you don't have the time or technical prowess to build your own site, you can usually expect to pay north of $2,000-$5,000 for a web designer to do that work for you, but it doesn't have to be that way. 


My idea is to charge a much lower rate for my time and talent, using do-it-yourself, drag-n-drop programs so that once it's done, you can take over and prevent the ongoing cost of having to always pay the designer to work on your site as time goes on.


You still have to pay for the normal things like your domain name (around $15-$20 per year) as well as the builder and its hosting (ranging from $100 to $400 per year), but my labor costs are much lower than what other designers charge to build sites using software you don't have or in programming language don't understand. Going that route you couldn't possibly take over and manage yourself afterward so you will forever be at the mercy of your designer. Oh and by the way, even if you paid those higher prices for the site build, you'd still have the ongoing annual costs for domain registration and hosting. Those are static and necessary charges to expect. 


In a nutshell, since domain and hosting costs are the same in both instances, you need only compare my labor/design prices of $500-$750 to their labor/design costs of $2,000-$5,000 and I promise that you will get much better service and far more support from me.  

Who doesn't like to save up to 90%?

Let's Compare

Customary Designer

  • $2000-$5000 for your initial site build


  • $10-$20/yr for your domain and $100-$400/yr for hosting


  • Built in complicated programming language that you don't understand therefore you can't maintain


  • Charges you a high hourly rate to do any future work and you have no choice but to pay them if you want the site maintained


  • Fits you into their schedule even though you need website changes on your time frame


  • Once finished with your site, most designers leave you to your own devices and that's it. They really don't care about your business

My Website Girl

  • $500 - $750 for your initial site build


  •  $10-$20/yr for your domain and $100-$400/yr for hosting 


  • Built on a DIY, drag-and-drop builder that you can use


  • I charge a fair hourly rate for future work, but there probably won't be anything you can't do yourself unless you don't have time


  • You'll be able to make changes to your site when you want and won't have to wait for anyone else to have time


  • Once finished with your site, I will have a screen sharing session with you to show you around the builder


  • I will provide you with a folder to keep that will have your logins and some basic steps on how to access your site builder as well as other helpful info


  • I will share my knowledge of other things you should do to promote your business and even show you how to do some of those things (i.e. create social media, list your site on Google, etc.)


  • I offer other services such as email marketing, video advertisements and printed materials to help you promote your brand


DIY Builders I Can Use

BrowseClickGo.com

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***My Personal Favorite***

Free 24/7 phone support to assist you if you get stuck once you take over, plus I can get you a great discount on their products.

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Go Daddy

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Also free support 24/7 phone support.

Of course, after 10 years I know all there is to know about their products, but alas I no longer have an employee discount.

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Weebly

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 If you can't find an answer to your question, you'll be presented with the option to chat, submit a ticket via email or call during business hours. 

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Wix

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Great templates. Phone support is only available during certain hours of operation.



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SquareSpace

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Squarespace Customer Care is available during these hours: Email - 24/7. Live chat - 4am to 8pm Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.
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Shopify

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24/7 support and webinars to help you grow your e-commerce business.


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I can build in WordPress, but prefer not to unless you are very savvy.

 Reason being, I've had clients in the past who were unable to take over afterward because it's a harder program to learn.

Want Less DIY and More Full Services?

Don't worry. We have that too!

If you don't want a site that you have to manage on your own afterward, then our Premium Package is what you need.  Here's how it works...


You pay an initial startup fee which will range from $100-$300 depending on how elaborate the site will be. No other costs with no other companies like with the DIY builders.


You then pay a monthly or annual fee to My Website Girl which will cover the domain, hosting and continued work on the site to make changes and edits for you as needed.  That fee will be $30 per month. You will be billed monthly, or if you choose, you can prepay annually for 20% less, which would be $288.00 per year instead of $360 ($30/mo x 12 months).  


There is no contract forcing you to leave the site online for any specific amount of time on the monthly agreement. If you decide you no longer want a site, you simply contact My Website Girl to cancel and it will go offline.You will have no further payments to make. 


However on an annual plan, if you cancel before your prepaid term is up, you will only receive a prorated refund which will be determined a the time you cancel.  The reason for this is that we will have incurred some expense for which we can't be refunded, therefore we likewise can't refund to you.



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