Your Tailor-made WordPress Website — 3 Steps

Please contact us directly with any questions or feedback.

Step 1 — Submit the non-refundable deposit of $999

Use the shopping cart to buy WordPress Website for Chiropractors with Premium Theme (down payment). Thank you.

Step 2 — Website Questionnaire

Step 3 — Provide Logo, Images and Copy

First — Logo. (should be vector graphic—.ai .pdf or .eps).

Second — Images. You should have a professional photographer take images of your team and capture the essence of your chiropractic office. Otherwise, you need a friend with a good Nikon (top-quality camera/lens only), and the ability to set up and frame the shots. This will be best for your brand. Until that happens, Shane will smile for you — those images are yours to use — but do not send poor quality images.

Please be prepared to provide the following images: (.jpg files via Dropbox or Google Drive)

  1. 5 images for the home page slider at 1600px wide x 900px high (please specify which images go in the home page slider).
  2. 5-20 images of your office in action (as on the demo site). These should be large images — they should be a minimum of 1600px long or wide, at either of the two standard aspect ratios (16:9 or 4:3), b&w or color.
  3. Images for the 8 steps page—16 images, 2 for each step (or you can leave the images as they are in the template).
  4. Images of your team — should be square at 600px wide x 600px high. The images should be framed (as on the demo site), and should include face and upper torso or shoulders, with space above the head.

Third — Copy. (Hang in there. Almost home!)

We’ll need the following copy: (send as .pdf .doc. or in an email)

  1. Mission Statement — 2-10 sentences.
  2. Values Statement — 2-10 sentences.
  3. Practitioner Profile copy — 2-10 sentences each.
  4. Testimonials — 6-10 sentences.

That’s all we need to complete your website.

Once we have received your deposit, questionnaire, and content (steps 1-3 above), we will assign a developer to manage your project.
The web developer will contact you personally and take you through the process.
The timeline to finish is 3 weeks.

If you are having trouble providing any of the above content, please contact us.

Changes, Revisions and Additional Services

After the initial build, you will receive one round of revisions limited to 4 hours. Any additional revisions will be charged hourly at the rate of $85/hour.

We are able to provide this website at a savings of over 55% off a value of $4500 because the pages and layouts are created in advance. In addition to adding your copy, images, colors, logos and fonts, we will customize the site to an extent during the build by moving image and copy blocks, and switching menu items.

After the 4 hours, you will be billed for extra charges at a rate of $85/hour for the following: Revisions; Additional pages; Additional menu items; Image editing and cropping; Style changes; Patterned backgrounds; Copy editing.

We can set-up the following installed plug-ins at a rate of $85/hour: SEO configuration; MailChimp; Scheduling setup; Calendar setup; Language setup; Implementing a shopping cart.

We offer the following additional services at a rate of $85/hour: Logo design; Branding; Business card layouts; Placing logos on your social media; Copy writing; Email newsletter templates; List management; Email set up; Website migration; Website maintenance.

You will be notified if you are about to incur extra charges. It is not our intention to charge you extra but we will need you to be organized, and we want to encourage you to take the reigns of the website to make your own updates.

Training Videos

Take the reigns. There is a set of easy to understand training videos on youTube that will walk you through WordPress and the Premium theme. Got get it. Vids here.

Final Payment

Final payment is due in four weeks from the date of the initial payment—or upon completion of the website. Please make your final payment here.

Once the final payment is made you will be given all the passwords for your hosting and to your WordPress backend.