FAQs 2018-06-21T08:25:11+00:00

FAQs

What can a website do for me? 2018-06-19T02:59:53+00:00

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What can a website do for me?

First a website can reach millions of people that might not otherwise be available. Second, customers can view products, services, or whatever you want to share from the comfort of their own home. No matter what type of business you are in, their are ways to grow and make money on the web for you.

Is my business too small or too big for your company? 2018-06-19T03:00:43+00:00

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Is my business too small or too big for your company?

No. Our most successful clients range from fortune 500 companies to independently owned sole proprietorship’s. Our expertise are not limited to the size of business you have, and this advantage of partnering with D-SOL Media allows even a small business to grow without having to change companies along the way. We have a thorough understanding of what works and what does not on the internet, and this knowledge can be applied to any business. While your business is growing, D-SOL Media will be their supporting you every step of the way.

How can I submit a “Request for Proposal”? 2018-06-20T08:34:44+00:00

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How can I submit a “Request for Proposal”?

All request for proposals can be done on this page. Once we receive your RFP, an account manager will contact you immediately to discuss your project. Should you need immediate assistance, please feel free to call 888-346-4483.

Who owns my companies website? 2018-06-19T03:03:16+00:00

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Who owns my companies website?

Quite simply, you do. We design, plan, and build your website and charge you accordingly for our work, but once the last payment is made to D-SOL Media, the website, database, code, content management system is yours to keep. At no point will D-SOL Media ever take ownership of your completed website.

Can your team work with our marketing department? 2018-06-19T03:03:58+00:00

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Can your team work with our marketing department?

Yes. Your account representative will work with any department from your company. Most of our clients have our team working with their marketing department.  Both the web design team and our internet marketing specialists will work with your marketing department to ensure that your marketing plan stays on track and that we follow your strategies to ultimately achieve the same goal. Furthermore, should you have an outsourced team that you wish us to work with, we will glad to do so.

Does the website design matter? 2018-06-19T03:04:36+00:00

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Does the website design matter?

When you recieve a visitor to your site, they will instantly perceive the quality of your services or products. The first impression a customer or potential customer gets depends on the appearance of your website. A visitor will be interested and explore your site if it is appealing and easy to navigate. You are marketing yourself and your business to the world over the Internet and it is important to show your best.

How long does it take to build a Web site? 2018-06-20T08:36:31+00:00

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How long does it take to build a Web site?

Depending on your needs, it may take anywhere from a couple of weeks to a few months to design, build and optimize your website. We make every effort to build your website within the time lines that you request and we will inform you with our estimated completion date. The process of building a website is an interactive activity that will evolve into an exceptional website that meets all your business needs. With solid communication from our clients, D-SOL Media will meet each milestone and goal of the project and deliver our web sites on time and within budget.

Who maintains my website once it is built? 2018-06-19T03:05:56+00:00

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Who maintains my website once it is built?

D-SOL Media can provide a maintenance package that is specific to your needs or we can provide you with a content management system in which you can edit your website. Our services are very flexible and meet the needs of our clients every step of the way. At any point in the development phase of your website, you can indicate who you would like to maintain your website for you.

Will my website design be “Search Engine” friendly? 2018-06-20T08:38:57+00:00

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Will my website design be “Search Engine” friendly?

All our websites are created with search engines in mind and the website design is compliant with search engine guidelines. It is a good idea for your website to be re-evaluated in time as over a period of time the search engines do alter their rules and algorithms and you will want to be certain that your website is kept up to date and complies with new rules etc.

Where do I start if I want a strong web presence? 2018-06-19T03:07:56+00:00

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Where do I start if I want a strong web presence?

By contacting D-SOL Media, their expertise in Search Engine Marketing and Social Media Marketing will help you get the exposure you want from your website. We first establish where you are today and where you ultimately want to be. Along the way, we set goals and milestones to reach so that we can create that online presence you are looking for. Furthermore, it would be in your best interest to have your website optimized for optimal search engine rankings. Our experts will also be able to discuss and review with you what changes you may need to ensure all major search engines can read your website code properly.

How long will it take my website to get noticed by search engines? 2018-06-20T08:40:29+00:00

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How long will it take my website to get noticed by search engines?

The answer varies based on the search engine. Yahoo, MSN, AOL will notice your website quicker than Google, but this still usually takes a few months to happen. . This program allows our clients to achieve results from the search engines almost instantaneously. One of our major accomplishments has been to rank on Google for a chosen keyword with a brand new domain within 30mins. of launching the website. Sometimes you just can’t wait for Google to come knocking at your door, so we go knocking on Googles door. This program has been extremely popular with many of our clients and has allowed them to dominate their local market. We highly recommend that you contact one of our account managers to discuss how this program can suits the needs of your company.

What is the different between search engine marketing and search engine optimization? 2018-06-20T08:41:38+00:00

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What is the different between search engine marketing and search engine optimization?

Quite simply, Search Engine Marketing (SEM) is the process of advertising your website through other websites in an effort to increase you search engine rankings and well as overall exposure. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of ensuring your website is built for maximum effectiveness and follow all the current search engine indexing technology. SEM is now acknowledged to be the most important factor that will effect your website in regards to ranking in search engines, however, SEO while not seen as important as it once was, is still regarded as a major factor is sustaining that position that was achieved with SEM.

Can I choose you to design my site and use my own web hosting? 2018-06-19T03:09:56+00:00

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Can I choose you to design my site and use my own web hosting?

Yes. D-SOL Media can design your website even though you are being hosted by another company. At your request, D-SOL Media can either upload your website to your hosting server, or we can provide you the files so you can do it yourself. We make every effort to make the website design and implementation process as smoothly as possible. Contact us for any questions.

Can I depend on search engine rankings to make my website a success? 2018-06-19T03:10:32+00:00

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Can I depend on search engine rankings to make my website a success?

Although high rankings on the search engines are important, off-line advertising is still a major factor in attracting viewers who may not use the Internet on a regular basis. This can be done simply by including your website address on business cards, brochures, catalogs, posters, answering machines, emails, invoices, letter head, envelopes, and your vehicle.