Publish Online with The Documents Guy - Frequently Asked Questions
Why don't you publish your fees?
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- Every project is unique. Publishing a list of fees would be meaningless and misleading without the scope of a proposed project since any such generic list of fees would likely be irrelevant to your specific project.
- If you want to know the fees, scope your project and ask for a quote. The Documents Guy will provide a quote based on your specifications without obligation.
- A lot of companies don't publish fees because they think if you see the fees upfront you will be discouraged. Then they turn around and charge a fee just for a quote. The Documents Guy doesn't publish fees simply because they would be meaningless and is more than happy to provide you with a quote at no charge. Also, by asking you to scope a project before quoting fees The Documents Guy hopes to weed out non-serious queries. Doesn't always work, but it's worth a try.
- The Documents Guy does have a generic web site document that can be "dropped in" to a suitable web host for a Project Fee of US$250. This generic document enables you to build an online presence by simply entering your data. Multiple templates enable you to display your data in different formats. The data entry and display of this generic document can be modified in any way you like at an hourly fee. If you want to get a simple web site online quickly and easily, the generic document is the way to go.