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Responsive website design templates now available

New in 2014: We’ve revamped our templates to make them responsive. A responsive website is one that adapts the layout to suit different screen sizes. This means that the website display can be optimised for small screen mobile devices, smart phones and tablets as well as standard computer screens. If a website is not responsive, usually the text will appear very small on a small touch screen and will require you to zoom and pan around in order to read what is on the web page. A responsivly designed website will change the layout when viewed on a small screen so that the page contents can be easily read without zooming.

We’ve Lowered Our Hosting Prices

On 16 May 2012 Rapid Websites reduced hosting prices. The new rates can be found at:
http://rapidwebsites.co.nz/pricing/#hosting

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Website package deals now available

We are now offering some great package deals to get you up and running with an affordable quality website solution. We have introduced 2 packages – the Starter Package & the Deluxe Package.
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Results of website design pricing survey

As we announced in our last post we have conducted a survey of New Zealand web site design costs. For the purpose of our survey we requested quotes from 24 web design firms from all over New Zealand including Auckland, Wellington, Tauranga, Palmerston North, Whitianga and Napier on the North Island and Christchurch, Nelson and Wanaka on the South Island.
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Survey of New Zealand website design costs

We are currently performing a survey of web design costs in New Zealand. We expect this will produce some very interesting and perhaps even shocking results. Read This Post

How do we website design at such affordable costs?

As we say on the home page ‘We work smart – You save!!!‘. So how do we work smart?
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Attention NZ business owners looking for a website DONE DIRT CHEAP!!

If you want a website for your business but don’t have the budget to spend thousands on getting a website built, what are your options? Read This Post