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Hey Kennedy- I am also looking for a Web page company. I checked out yours and it real nice. Can I ask for a ballpark figure on what it cost you?
Great idea on the employee time sheet thing!
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I've recommended Mike Anastasio to alot of people... he has done a TON of sites for painters and contractors... his company did our site:

www.WolverineCoatings.com

He's started a new company (no longer Rhinosites... new partners)

Xencorps

1-877-220-1041 - Mike is extension 704

I think it will help the price if you say that Eric from Wolverine sent you...
 

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Hey Kennedy- I am also looking for a Web page company. I checked out yours and it real nice. Can I ask for a ballpark figure on what it cost you?
Great idea on the employee time sheet thing!
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I have a site designed by Footbridge. It cost $600 or $800 (I don't remember) for the initial design and $65 per month to maintain.

I also like the service, I wouldn't switch companies.
 

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My site was very affordable to have built and it costs me $14.95 a month for them to host it. More importantly than the design, look, and layout of the site is the SEO of it. My rankings are through the roof and that's what you want. I dominate anything pressure washing related in the entire state of Indiana. I'm on the first page in google for the search "pressure washing" those are some pretty sought after key words in my industy, so you know I'm popping up #1 for any local searches. I literally got more leads/jobs just this fall from my new site than I did all season from service magic. Its more than paid for itself.

It kills me to see some guys bragging about their sites and how fancy they are and whatever but their nowhere to be found in the search engines because their site was not optimized properly. Not anybody her per say just in general.

Just trust me, these guys are good! Go to their site and under help and support click the contact us link and fill out the form. They will contact you and talk with you one on one. They aren't pushy, there are just down to earth good ole boys that know their chit. Tell them Barry from Midwest Pro Wash sent you.

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DiBs,

What Humble stated for price. I beleive the startup was aprox $600. You would think the timesheet thing would work, but we have switched back to manually collecting them in written form every other Wednesday for payroll to be done on time.
 
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