Hartland, Michigan (PressExposure) September 11, 2013 -- Michigan website and marketing firm Five Sparrows, LLC today announced a new line of lower-priced, entry-level websites designed to give clients a website that meets their immediate needs, but can also be upgraded and enhanced over time as their business grows.
"Sometimes clients want (or need) to start with a smaller website that they can manage themselves, and then build it up over time," said Lauren Hobson, President of Five Sparrows. "With our new Upgradable Website options, clients can start with a DIY site and upgrade to a higher level at any time - they don't have to toss out the work they have already done; we can just build on the foundation that's already there."
The new, upgradable website options are 1) DIY Website, 2) Custom-Branded DIY Website, 3) Custom Theme-Driven Website, and 4) Full Custom Website. Any of these options can be combined with Five Sparrows' professional services like onsite training classes, support and maintenance plans, and various marketing services.
"Upgradable websites are standards-based and can be updated, moved, or changed at any time, so clients won't be boxed-in to a proprietary solution or stuck with a site they can't work with," said Hobson. "Plus, they can add any of our professional services to any level of website, so they are never on their own - we can help with training, tech support, web updates, marketing services - whatever our clients need."
Upgradable websites are less expensive than full custom sites, which gives small businesses with smaller budgets an opportunity to build an entry-level, professional-grade website that can be improved over time as their business grows.
"We hear all the time about businesses that can't update their websites, can't make changes themselves, or they have to throw away all of the time (and money!) they've invested when it's time to upgrade," said Hobson. "With our solution, all of these problems go away and clients have access to whatever level of service and support that they need from us."