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Old 02-17-2005, 08:14 AM   #1
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Default rank newbie needs to design a web site

I don't know how I got myself into this, but a longtime client (editorial and advertising copy) wants me to design a static web page just so they can get their name out there. Nothing more complicated than one page (at this time).

I don't know what to charge, if I can do it being a writer not a designer and where I should go for hosting etc. I have one example for comparison. My isp offers a plan for $8.95 a month which they say is ideal for small busineses. They offer the domain name for $9.95 a year. No web tools at this price. You have to go up to $13.95 to get their template which I've not seen. I did a check on the domain name they want, which is their company name already trademarked. I doubt they would want to register all the variants out there, so probably just DOT COM, but wonder what you think?

Any help very much appreciated.

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