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robbyp
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  #340452 10-Jun-2010 22:24

quandum:

Personally I would recommend Sitehost (www.sitehost.co.nz) simply because they are a very professional, well run business.

Altuntively i could happily sort you out with some free hosting with your current requirements.

Legend, thanks for that will check them out and also give you a shout on here :-)

On to step 2.....domain name, design / designer (need a professional looking site rather than something made in publisher....)



So, any recommendations for a good webby? Just need a very basic site for now to give my company an online identity.....I saw a couple of $250or so packages....has anyone use / can you recommend any?

Please keep in mind, it is a very small operation at this stage, and obviously has budget constraints....


For $250 you will just get someone using a template, and inserting your content. You get what you pay for.

 
 
 

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ArcticSilver
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  #340474 10-Jun-2010 23:20
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quandum:

Personally I would recommend Sitehost (www.sitehost.co.nz) simply because they are a very professional, well run business.

Altuntively i could happily sort you out with some free hosting with your current requirements.

Legend, thanks for that will check them out and also give you a shout on here :-)

On to step 2.....domain name, design / designer (need a professional looking site rather than something made in publisher....)



So, any recommendations for a good webby? Just need a very basic site for now to give my company an online identity.....I saw a couple of $250or so packages....has anyone use / can you recommend any?

Please keep in mind, it is a very small operation at this stage, and obviously has budget constraints....


Personally i don't know anyone in that area because i do my own sites.

If you want i could possibly help you out in this area for a fee, depending on what you want. If your interested feel free to send me a pm/email via my profile and we can talk further.

jbard
1377 posts

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  #340482 11-Jun-2010 00:12
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My business could help you out with a site, we do all our work completly custom - NO TEMPLATES. we can also sort out the hosting and domain name so you don't have to worry about it. Prices are between $700 - $800 for a complete site. check us out here: www.jbard.co.nz

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