We just signed up for a NEW Ministry/Supporter/Donor site - what do I do next?
Posted by Allen Foster (Import) on 13 March 2008 05:27 PM
First let us say Welcome! We are delighted to be a partner in your ministry.
Secondly you should know that we can have your site up and "live" within 4 toÂ 6 weeks after we get all the content and information from you that we need to put on your webite.
To get the ball rolling we will need a variety of information from you. Don't worry if you don't have it all at hand from the beginning. We'll work with you to gather all the necessary information to get your website up and running.
Here is what we need from you at this point:
You can expect your client site to take up to 4 to 6 business weeks for us to develop from the time that we received all the content, logos and photos from you.
Weâ€™re happy to incorporate colors, photos, and logos into the site and we will present one design concept for your review only one round of limited revisions to the design offered. If your center needs additional design work or programming to meet specific needs, weâ€™ll need to upgrade your product plan to the custom design plan for an additional $250. (for instance â€“ weâ€™ll work with the photo and colors you send and then, if you what a different photo and different colors or different design â€“ weâ€™ll need to move to the custom package.)
Weâ€™ll begin development on your site once we receive all of the information above. We look forward to working with you and building a website that will add to the effectiveness of your ministry.
Here is a checklist that you may use for your own purposes to help you follow the progress as we work together on your new site (you may wish to print the checklist by clicking on the Print Article link under Article Options at the top right of this page):
Please note that your "mileage may vary" depending on any special needs or requirements for your center.
Please email your information to support@OptionLineExtend.com - and place the name of your pregnancy center as the first part of the subject line.