How much will my new website cost?

By September 14, 2015Blog

We’re nuts about websites, here’s why . . .

With a raft of skills our chimps got together to take their, already fabulous portfolio to a whole new level! We’ll be offering fully functional, top notch, affordable managed websites with access to funky features, lush design and AWESOME add-ons – all for a fixed low monthly fee starting from £250!

So what’s new?

We decided to take a radical new approach to our work, extra packages can be added and taken away as required such as advanced SEO or digital email campaigns. We have decided our customers should be able to choose exactly how much or how little support they need whilst keeping their website in pole position within their own budget.

We believe a website should never be finished.  Our Awesome troops will assist with changes to content, blog posts and website images. Why? We want our clients website to contain fresh content and looking slick at all times.

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How will it work?

There will be an easy subscription platform to give the opportunity to choose the areas required to impact your business. You will have complete support behind the scenes ensuring your site looks unique and relevant to your business goals and brand.  Any time you want to give your site an extra SEO boost or develop an extra function, just let us know, we’ll take care of the rest.

What are these cheeky chimps all about?

Daniel and Chris, two of our very own cheeky chimps (albeit, very talented!) are busy in the back end, ensuring all areas are functional prior to the launch. From raising a support ticket to purchasing add-ons, these two have it covered! Our aim is to ensure the ‘sign-up’ process is as simple as possible for the user.

YOU decide what you need, we deliver AWESOMENESS.

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Launch date 1 October 2015

If you would like to find out more, ask us about it, or tell us what you would like to know.… just give us a nudge via social media or sayhey@mediachimps.com

*Chimps chew some fruits to form little fruit-balls, called ‘wadges’, and then dip them in water before sucking out the juice.
(Source: http://www.wildchimps.org/wcf/english/files/chimp4.htm)

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