JC Sweet & Co. Frequently asked questions
Once we’ve received your completed homework, we begin the first revision period. During this time we are building the website itself and inputting the content that you have given us. This process usually takes about a week to complete, and once it is finished we present your website to you for feedback.
As soon as we receive your feedback and/or list of changes we begin the second revision period. Once again, this process typically takes about a week, although if you have major structural changes that you wish us to make it may take longer. Once the second revision period is finished and your final payment is received your website will be ready to go live!
If you would like more detailed information about this process, you can visit our Terms of Service page to learn more.
A good place to start is in our portfolio. These are the websites that we’re the most proud of. Of course, every website is unique and we design for your needs first, but we do have a certain style to our websites. If you like what you see, then give us a holler!
You can also start a conversation with us. We’re friendly folks and we love meeting new people, so feel free to contact us at any point with any questions you may have. The best way to know if we’re right for each other is to get to know us!
Web Design & Development
Whether you hired JC Sweet & Co. or another web development company to build your website, training is available. We offer group coaching sessions and one-on-one training services to maintain your website.
You also need to include your phone number on your contact page. There is a higher conversion rate for websites that have a phone number. Having a phone number readily available builds trust with your website visitors. They may think that with an email form that they might not get responded back to in a timely manner, but they know that with a phone number they can reach you.
Unfortunately, studies have shown that people tend not to pay much attention to slides beyond the first. Large sliders with many images also negatively affect site speed and mobile device users.
We encourage the use of sliders where appropriate. In many cases, however, other methods of catching your visitors’ interest may be more effective!
Glossary of Web Terms
Conversion rate is how many of your website’s visitors wind up becoming paying customers. The higher your conversion rate, the better your website is at turning general interest into business for you!