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"Hey, Mr. Toad - Can't thank you enough for the excellent work you did to improve the functioning of my eCommerce website. You were also very successful in strengthening the security of the site and eliminating hacker-related problems. I was very impressed and would recommend you highly. Thanks a million for all your help. "
Ann Wamack


Toad can provide you with a customised blog - either a personal blog or for commercial use. Your 'blogsite' will be based on one of the free templates available with WordPress or Google Blogger. Please feel free to discuss the relative merits of these two services without commitment.
Full instructions are provided, together with all necessary support to get you up and running. A full search engine optimisation programme will be implemented (within the limitations of the blog template itself, the content and the backlinks available).

Your own 'blogsite' - from 80 USD

Commercial considerations:
Most businesses now recognise that they need a web address. But some businesses are not ready for a full website or they have no real content to place there. In this situation the concept of a 'blogsite' makes very good sense in terms of cost and convenience. It will contain information about what you do, your full contact details and an email link.  

Personal blog:
Magazine or newspaper layouts are available which have the appearance of a website eg this one (!) or the one here. My own chess blog is here. These use Blogger ie they are Google "Blogspots"

In either case, the price will include:
Creating the blogsite using a template chosen by the client
Site Search
Search Engine Optimisation - meta keywords, submission to Google, Yahoo etc.

Extras (chargeable):
HTML SiteMap (for your visitors) - 10 USD
XML SiteMap (for search engine use) - 10 USD
Adsense (optional - client gets training with the Google Tool) - negotiable
Maintenance work - after the initial support programme you should find that you will be in a position to do this yourself. If not, we can negotiate - it all depends on how much work is actually done.


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