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"A big thank you to all at Castle Web Solutions for my lovely new website, I think its the bee's knees!"
(Fiona Kerr Jewellery)


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Getting Started:
By the time our clients contact us, they have already decided that a website is a good option for them to inform and communicate. Some are updating old sites which no longer stand up and others are simply getting started. Our methodology is the same for every client. Keep it simple.

Stage One:
All parties meet to determine the following points:
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* Your company or organisation - what it does and what it hopes to achieve from the website.
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* Your current branding, ie name, logo and colours. Are you happy to use what is in existence or do you require assistance with this.
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* Your website address. Name, key words and options for getting noticed.
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* Will your website act as a direct selling tool or simply as a point of reference to see what you are about and how to reach you.
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* Which images will you use and how these will be obtained, ie existing photographs, buy in photos from various e-photo stockists or setting up photography.
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All of these factors go towards deciding cost, design, build and timing.

Stage Two:
We agree the cost. If required, we purchase the domain name on your behalf.

Stage Three:
Once a design has been agreed we then design the rest of the pages and use your own copy if available or write the relevant copy if required. We receive images for use on the web site, or help to source images if this is required.

Stage Four:
The site is built and ready for final approval to go live.
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