Web Developer in Spokane and Seattle | Website Development Pricing Packages

PAY AS YOU GO

One Time

Pay for individual Spokane web development services as you go. Choose from website edits and web development services, and make one-time payments for these services upfront.

One-Time Website Edits

This is a one-time payment option for extra work on your site, or if you need to prioritize any website edits with our web developer in Spokane and Seattle. Pricing begins at $150 for an hour; this can be done at once, or over the course of a month. No obligation or commitments. For current clients only.

SMALL BUSINESS

$219.98

VIP Service. The ideal plan for bloggers, start-ups, or small businesses with a limited budget. Get up to two hours of work, either at once or spread out over the course of a month. Can be used for extra work, or high-priority Spokane web development that needs to be done quickly. This is a minimum of a two-month campaign. Valued at $300 per month.

VIP Website Edits

This is a subscription-based package with a minimum two-month commitment. This can be added to an existing campaign for additional hours from our web developer in Spokane and Seattle. It can also be used for high-priority edits that need to be done quickly. Package includes up to two hours of additional work, which can be completed at once or over the course of the month. Valued at $300 per month, this package discounts it to $219.98 over the course of the two-month campaign.

ENTERPRISE

$449.98

Top Priority Service. The ideal option for e-commerce sites and medium- to large-sized companies looking to reach a widespread audience. This package adds up to 5 hours of custom web development in Seattle, which can be completed at once or over the course of a month. Add to an existing campaign for extra work, or high-priority work that must be done quickly. This is a minimum of a three-month campaign. Valued at over $750 per month.

Top Priority Website Edits

This is a subscription-based package with a minimum three-month commitment. Add up to 5 hours of custom work from our Seattle web developer for any extra work you need done, or for work that must be completed quickly. This is a top-service package for VIP customers and customer sites. Get unlimited edits for up to 5 hours, either at once or over the course of the three-month campaign. Discounted price of $449.98 for a three-month commitment.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Search Engine Submission Necessary?

No, a search engine submission is not entirely necessary. Most search engines--most importantly, Google--index pages by following links. This means that any inbound link will allow search engines to identify your page, and they will then crawl and index it without you having to provide a submission.

What’s The Deal With Paid Search Submissions?

Many online marketing companies offer paid search submissions. But it's important to be aware that it doesn't cost a thing for search engines to index your site, so it's not something you should have to pay for. In fact, search engine submissions are entirely unnecessary. (Please also note that this is very different from paid search or "pay-per-click" campaigns."

Can Any Inbound Linking Hurt My Ranking?

No, inbound linking will never hurt your search ranking. As the sites that are linking to your site are beyond your control, Google will not penalize you for any inbound links, regardless of the quality or content of those links. However, it does take high-quality links to have a positive impact on your ranking.

Are Blogs Good for SEO?

Blogs are essentially irrelevant to SEO. But it's the content that really matters. Blogs allow you to produce fresh, high-quality content on a regular basis, which engages readers and drives traffic. So while they may not have direct SEO value, they do have a lot of value for your site in general.

How Do I Make My Site Search Engine Friendly?

The most effective way to make your site more search engine friendly is to simply add more content. New content should always add value to your site and be on topic, but regularly adding content creates new "gateways" for search engines to crawl your site. Additionally, it provides fresh content to draw in traffic--and that's what matters most.

More about SEO:

Inbound links are arguably the most important part of SEO. But that doesn't mean you should have to beg for guest blogging opportunities or for back links. If the content you create and share is useful, engaging, and has value, it will naturally be shared across the web, generating back links without you having to hunt for them.