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Setup: $899

Monthly: +$82

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We understand that need for control and being able to manage your site in-house.

We also feel your frustration when it comes to picking which platform to use and the learning curve to understand how to use it if you are not tech or even computer savvy. As simple as some of these DIY platforms can be you still have to take the time to pick out a theme, then add your content to the layout, oh! and don't forget if you want to rank on page one of Google you will need to make sure you are following SEO best practices and pick the best keyword for your market audience.

phew!!! That is a lot of work and stuff to learn. Plus you have a business to run.

Let us help you

Here at Kaffeinated Kodemonkey we understand what it takes to build a website that meets Google requirements, is responsive and can be accessed by users that may use assistive technology such as a screen reader. This is why we have designed our DIWM package.

Let us build you an accessibility driven website, and handle the SEO requirements.

What's Included?

  • Domain name and Hosting
  • Template & Layout for 10 pages
  • Web Accessibiltiy
  • Listing Presence - Submission to Search Engines & Directories
  • Claim Google My Business, Facebook & Twitter
  • Migration of Current site - If you have one
  • Manage Security and platform updates


Do you need a shopping cart? Looking to tie in a payment gateway to process online payments?

We can help with that. E-Commerce site start at $999.


Additional pages run $75 per page for us to add them.

If you need a developer to updates to your site there is a $65 per hour charge.

Now that your site is ADA complinte we Recomend monitoiring our accessibility: $165 mo.


Host your website on a platform that’s fast, secure, and easy-to-use—it’s all possible when you combine Google Cloud Platform with WordPress.

  • World-class hosting with Google. Enjoy world-class and automated storage, speed, and security. Gain peace of mind knowing your site is hosted with the most trusted source on the internet—Google Cloud Platform.
  • Engaging reporting. Website Pro comes with a detailed reporting dashboard that highlights key performance metrics such as your page speed, number of website visitors, and more.
  • Robust CMS. WordPress is the number one Content Management System (CMS) in the world—powering over 60% of CMS based websites on the internet.
  • Built-in security. Website Pro performs automatic backups every day, allowing you to restore your site in one click. Plus, the included SSL certificate ensures your site provides the most secure connection to your visitors.


WordPress is one of the most intuitive and powerful blogging and website content management system (CMS) available today. It takes care of all the background code and programming so people can focus on designing great looking websites. And it’s open source, which means people around the world are continuously improving it and adding awesome new features.
A domain name is like a street address, but for the Internet. A domain name is letters and numbers followed by an ending like (.com) or (.ca). It is also the URL customers enter to find your website.
If you use an existing domain to build a site with us, you will retain ownership of that domain.
Yes. You own your website and can export a copy at any time.
Everything you will need for a website is included in this cost—hosting, SSL certificates, * domain, unlimited storage, migration plugin, unlimited backups, unlimited traffic, domain setup, and support. You can host any website for this price—there are no restrictions or limits.
There are no restrictions on plugins or themes—any plugin or theme can be added into Website Pro. Website Pro has its own migration, security, and backup tools, so we discourage using other plugins for these features.


Lisitng Presence

Get found. Generate traffic. Grow revenue.

Establish accurate business listings and appear in more places across the web. Packed with three powerful presence management tools—Listing Sync, Listing Distribution and My Listing—this is the most comprehensive business listing solution on the market.

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  • Listing Sync: Quickly establish accurate business listings on dozens of reputable sites. Plus, sync to Google My Business, Facebook, and Twitter for no additional charge.
  • Listing Distribution: Build accurate business listings on the four major data aggregators—Factual, Acxiom, Infogroup, and Neustar Localeze. These aggregators are referenced by over 300 websites.
  • My Listing: Create a mobile-responsive business listing that is optimized for local search.
  • Google Insights: Understand how your business is performing on Google Search and Maps. Google Insights in Listing Builder provides a valuable glimpse into your customer's activities.


A strong online presence is the first step toward success. Your customers and prospects need to be able to find you, both online and in the street. Ask yourself this, when was the last time you went out to eat at a new restaurant or planned to go see a new movie and did not look it up online first? Chances are, you did some research beforehand and it's extremely likely that your customers are doing the same. When customers and prospects look you up online, make sure they can find you and that the information they come across is correct.
For SEO, priority is given to good customer experience on mobile devices. Consumers will use mobile devices to find desired goods or services and will generally begin these searches with a category or brand search. For example, a brand search is “Joe’s Pizza in Denver” and a category search is “Pizza in Denver”. (Note: On a mobile device the “in Denver” often does not need to be explicit.) In the case of a category search, the user has intent to purchase something in a category but has not decided or does not care about the brand. In these searches, the user’s intent is generally heavily skewed toward proximity and location. So search engines generally deliver the closest locations and it is therefore important that location information is crawlable, is displayed on each page, and is in meta-data and keywords.


Web Accessibiltiy

In 1998 the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 was amended requiring Federal agencies to make their electronic and information technology (EIT) accessible to people with disabilities. Frequently referred to as Section 508. What most do not know is in alinement to Section 508 is Section 504 for all non-federal website. Everyone else.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) says that ADA requires any person, business, or organization covered under the Act to communicate effectively about their programs, services, and activities. This includes information provided through your website.

Simply put, Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to websites, by people with disabilities. When sites are correctly designed, developed and edited, all users have equal access to information and functionality.

The refresh also harmonized these requirements with other guidelines and standards both in the U.S. and abroad, including standards issued by the European Commission, and with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), a globally recognized voluntary consensus standard for web content and ICT.

  • Makes responsive design more user friendly
  • We follow the requirements for Section 508 & WCAG guidelines
  • Enhance Marketing efforts and boost your SEO
  • We will create your VPAT document for verification of compliance


Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to websites, by people with disabilities. When sites are correctly designed, developed and edited, all users have equal access to information and functionality.

ADA is the Americans Disability Act. This refers to brick and mortar locations an requires them to meet requirements for people with disabilities. However, with Web Accessibility, these two terms sometimes get interchanged with each other when referring to electronic or online documentation.

Yes. If you have a website for your business or share documents online they all need to follow accessibility standards.

There is no straightforward answer to this question. At the current time, the DOJ (Dept. of Justice) is overseeing mandates for Accessibility and have been working to put requirements in place that will follow the WCAG guidelines. As of now the only type of enforcement is lawyers that are willing to take on a disability claim and penalize you for not following the WCAG guidelines.

WCAG stands for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. At the time of writing, we are at version 2.0 with 2.1 on the horizon. This set of guidelines have been put forth by the W3C in conjunction with the ENU to create a worldwide set of guidelines/standards to follow.

A Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is a document that explains how information and communication technology (ICT) products such as software, hardware, electronic content, and support documentation conform to the Revised 508 Standards for IT accessibility. VPATs help Federal agency contracting officials and government buyers to assess ICT for accessibility when doing market research and evaluating proposals.