Premium Package: WIX ecommerce site

Premium Package: WIX ecommerce site

$2,500.00Price

This includes the following for one year and usually takes roughly three months to complete:

 

  • Custom Domain
  • Free Domain for 1 Year
  • Remove WIX Ads
  • Free SSL Certificate
  • Storage Space
  • $300 Ad Vouchers
    • $100 Google Ads (with a $25 purchase)
    • $100 Bing Ads
    • $100 in Local Listings
  • Get found on search engines like Google & listed in top-tier directories.
  • Get insights and stats about your site. See where your visitors come from, pages that get the most traffic & more.
  • Add a calendar for all your upcoming events to your website. Connect external calendars to automatically display all your events in one place.
  • Professional Logo, native files, all rights
  • All variations of Media Logo Files
  • A branded website with up to 10 tabs/pages + 10 On-line Shop pages
    • Home, Shop, About, Gallery, Press, Journal/Blog, Events, Bookings pages, Contact
  • POS setup for Brick and Mortar
  • Online Store
  • Hundreds of free apps to integrate into your site specifically for your business needs.
  • The Customer Care or WIX Bot, is a chat box available 24/7.
  • My personal cell phone number, I can be reached 24/7, most of the time.

 

If you are local or within a 25 mile radius of "Michiana" I can come to you or you can come to me. I offer training on how to navigate your WIX site, enabling you to eventually take the reins if you want to. After the three month process of building your site is complete and you are happy. I charge $50 an hour for any maintenance or other deliverables you may need for your business, in-house and out.

  • TERMS AND CONDITIONS

    Agreement between DESIGNER and business or individual identified on this agreement.

    The client/individual listed below is subject to the following terms and conditions.

    GENERAL WORKING AGREEMENT – This document defines the terms and conditions of our working relationship. All projects or services that DESIGNER

    may be contracted to produce or provide for CLIENT will be subject to the following:

    WORKING/BILLING PHASES – Based on my experience with long-term design communications projects, I have found that it is mutually advantageous to

    handle each project in logical working/billing phases.

    Concept revisions, extensive alterations, or a switch in marketing objectives sometimes makes it impossible to accurately estimate in advance the total cost of

    a project. Planning the work, cost estimating, and billing in several phases permits DESIGNER or CLIENT to adjust for such revisions/or halt work before

    completion if a project is postponed or canceled. Any canceled project is billed only through phases and/or portions of phases that were actually completed by

    DESIGNER. For each project, CLIENT will receive a proposal/estimate outlining the project specifications and our proposed scope of services and

    working/billing phases. Each proposal estimate will contain a project budget, which includes estimated fees for professional services and separate itemized

    costs for anticipated out-of-pocket expenses. I will begin work upon CLIENT’S approval of the written estimate. Your approval (written or oral) will constitute an

    agreement between us.

    PAYMENT/ESTIMATES – CLIENT agrees to pay DESIGNER in accordance with the terms specified in each proposal/estimate, they MAY be required to pay

    50% of the project cost before work can begin. Unless otherwise specified, all subsequent balances due are payable upon art approval. I reserve the right to

    refuse completion or delivery of work until past due balances are paid.

    Estimate: Billing will reflect the actual costs incurred. Valid for only 30 days from date on estimate. Client requested changes will be billed additionally. The

    client will be notified of any price changes.

    REVISIONS AND ALTERATIONS – New work requested by CLIENT and performed by DESIGNER after a proposal/estimate has been approved is

    considered a revision or alteration. If the job changes to an extent that substantially alters the specifications described in the original estimate, I will submit a

    proposal revision memo to you, and a revised additional fee must be agreed to by both parties before further work proceeds. Author’s alterations and other

    copy changes requested after layouts or mechanicals are completed are billed at standard hourly rates.

    OVERTIME – Estimates are based on a reasonable time schedule, and may be revised to take into consideration your “ Priority Scheduling” requests

    requiring overtime and weekends. Knowledge of your deadlines is essential to provide an accurate estimate.

    NATURE OF COPY – CLIENT agrees to exercise due diligence in its direction to us regarding preparation of materials and must be able to substantiate all

    claims and representations. You are responsible for all trademark, service-mark, copyright and patent infringement clearances. You are also responsible for

    arranging, prior to publication, any necessary legal clearance of materials we prepare.

    ERRORS AND OMISSIONS – It is the CLIENT’S responsibility to check proofs carefully for accuracy in all respects, ranging from spelling to technical

    illustrations. DESIGNER is not liable for errors or omissions. Your signature or that of your authorized representative is required on all mechanicals or artwork

    prior to release for printing or other implementation.

    PROPERTY AND SUPPLIER’S PERFORMANCE – DESIGNER will take all reasonable precautions to safeguard the property you entrust to us. In the

    absence of negligence on our part, however, we are not responsible for loss, destruction or damage or unauthorized use by others of such property. I will use

    my best efforts to ensure quality and timely delivery of all printed (offset, silk-screened, embossed or otherwise reproduced) pieces. Although I may use my

    best efforts to guard against any loss to you through the failure of our vendors, media, or others to perform in accordance with their commitments, DESIGNER

    is not responsible for failure on their part.

    If you select your own vendors, other than those recommended by me, you may request that we coordinate their work. If at all possible, I will attempt to do so,

    but I cannot in anyway be held responsible for quality, price, performance or delivery.

    LIEN – All materials or property belonging to the CLIENT, as well as work performed, may be retained as security until all just claims against the CLIENT are

    satisfied.

    LIEN – All materials or property belonging to the CLIENT, as well as work performed, may be retained as security until all just claims against the CLIENT are

    satisfied.

    PRODUCTION SCHEDULES – Production schedules will be established and adhered to by both CLIENT and the DESIGNER, provided that neither shall in

    curacy liability, penalty or additional cost due to delays caused by a state of war, riot, civil disorder, fire, labor trouble or strike, accidents, energy failure,

    equipment breakdown, delays in shipment by suppliers or carriers, action of government or civil authority, and acts of God or other causes beyond the control

    of the Client or the Designer. Where production schedules are not adhered to by the Client, final delivery date or dates will be adjusted accordingly.

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONTINUED...

    RIGHTS OF OWNERSHIP – Once a project has been delivered by me and is fully paid for by CLIENT, DESIGNER will assign the reproduction rights of the

    design for the use(s) described in the proposal.

    According to the Copy right Law of 1976, the rights to all design and art work, including but not limited to photography and or illustration created by

    independent photographers or illustrators retained by DESIGNER, or purchased from a stock agency on your behalf, remain with the individual designer, artist,

    photographer or illustrator. Unless a purchase of “All Rights” (A Buyout) is negotiated with DESIGNER and/or his/her authorized representative, you may not

    use or reproduce the design or the images therein for a purpose other than the one(s) originally stipulated. If you wish to use the design I have created and/or

    the images within it for another purpose or project, including a reprint or exhibition, you must contact me to arrange the transfer of rights and any additional

    fees before proceeding. If printing or other implementation is done through your vendors, you agree to return to me all our original mechanicals and artwork

    (slides, prints, drawings, separations, etc.) within two weeks, and to provide me with printed samples of each project.

    I reserve the right to photograph and/or distribute or publish for my promotional and marketing needs any work I create for you, including mock-ups and

    comprehensive presentations, as samples for my portfolio, firm news letter, brochures, slide presentations and similar media. I agree to store mechanical

    boards and computer disks for a period of 6 months beyond the delivery of a job. Thereupon, I reserve the right to discard them.

    Upon termination of this agreement, DESIGNER will transfer to CLIENT all your property and materials in my control and for which you have paid. CLIENT

    will indemnify and hold DESIGNER harmless for any loss or expense (including attorney ’s fees), and agree to defend DESIGNER in any actual suit, claim or

    action arising in any way from our working relationship. This includes, but is not limited to assertions made against CLIENT and any of its products and

    services arising from the publication of materials that I prepare and you approve before publication.