Frequently Asked Questions
GreenLite websites are usually in the $3,000 to $10,000 price range. The price of your site will depend on your specific needs such as which features you want, how much design time you will need, and whether you want GreenLite to write your content. We're happy to discuss our pricing options with individual clients - please contact us to talk to a member of our sales team.
A Content Management System, or CMS, is a tool that improves your ability to update your website. With a CMS you should be able to:
- Able to add, edit, and delete pages on your website
- Add hyperlinks, pictures, paragraphs, and headers (section titles) to any page on your website
- Easily update blogs, photo galleries, or other special website functions
- Create and manage navigational menus and website structure (i.e. decide what goes where)
Another benefit of using a Content Management System is that users generally don't need to know any web coding or programming languages (like HTML and CSS) in order to make changes to the site.
Speed: The CMS will help you update content quickly without having to write code
Organization: An easy-to-use menu system helps keep pages in the right place
Consistency: All content on your site will automatically format into your custom design
We're in East Lansing, Michigan. We share an office with our parent company Artemis, which is located in the 5/3 Bank building on Coolidge Road.
2501 Coolidge Rd., Suite 503,
East Lansing, MI 48823
Absolutely! We've worked with customers all over Michigan, as well as customers in California and Nigeria. We use online tools like Basecamp, Skype, and GoToMeeting to stay in touch with our customers no matter where they are or what time zone they're in.
Yes, we host our customers' websites with Liquid Web, a great web hosting company right here in the Lansing area. We also provide full website and database backups daily, which we store on Amazon Web Services S3 Cloud.
Did you know that Michigan is one of the best places to have web hosting servers in the United States because we have the least natural disasters? That's right - we never have major earthquakes, hurricanes, or tsunamis, and there are relatively few floods and tornados (knock on wood).