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5 subdomains?
I would just make him one homepage and then link to each class from there, but thats just me lol.

I use dreamweaver, and when doing this sort of thing my business charges around 250-300 for design and like.... 15-20 a week for upkeep.
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$300 per year is my vote.

Hosting = $47.88 per year with 1and1's basic plan (More than enough bandwidth, up to 50 subdomains, email accounts, 1 free domain, etc)
That leaves a little over $200 for your time and effort. Divided by 12, you'll bring in about $20 per month for what minimal upkeep is needed. Heck, You could even take 40 or 60 dollars off that total price considering you won't need to do anything during the summer months.
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lol @ 1and1

I work for a webdesign business and we don't accept clients who use 1and1 lol
we have so much trouble with them i wouldnt reccomend it.

but yeah /agree Chipp. around $300/year is what almost all of my clients are charged, and we bring in GOOD money lol not to mention what we charge is the cheapest in town so people never leave
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5 subdomains?
I would just make him one homepage and then link to each class from there, but thats just me lol.

I use dreamweaver, and when doing this sort of thing my business charges around 250-300 for design and like.... 15-20 a week for upkeep.
Thats probably whats going to happen.
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A million dollars.
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$300 per year is my vote.

Hosting = $47.88 per year with 1and1's basic plan (More than enough bandwidth, up to 50 subdomains, email accounts, 1 free domain, etc)
That leaves a little over $200 for your time and effort. Divided by 12, you'll bring in about $20 per month for what minimal upkeep is needed. Heck, You could even take 40 or 60 dollars off that total price considering you won't need to do anything during the summer months.
I was looking at 1and1. There pretty cheap. Otherwise, I can probably host it from any of my home computers as long as its text based and doesnt require too much bandwidth. I don't think its worth the hassle though, so I will probably just have it hosted from 1and1.
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I strongly reccomend anything but 1and1
GoDaddy is the bestest, although a tad more expensive
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I strongly reccomend anything but 1and1
GoDaddy is the bestest, although a tad more expensive
Can anyone else confirm this>?
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post #17 of 29
Don't undercut yourself! This happens all the time! I would charge at least $30/hour. Think of how many hours you expect to spend a year, then add 5 (you will underestimate )

Just because you're young doesn't mean you are worth less money. He can always go pay a professional $50/hour or learn to do it himself. People often try to take advantage of young programmers.
post #18 of 29
I have been doing web development for about 6-7 years now and I recommend m6.net and viux.com -- great customer service, every platform available (php, asp.net, python, coldfusion, etc), great prices and an impressive interface. (Viux has better customer service, m6 is the cheapest)
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Godaddy.com is a pain when it comes to technical issues, and securities, as well as some customer service. My friend was developing a site similar to youtube, and he had many issues with godaddy...
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Don't undercut yourself! This happens all the time! I would charge at least $30/hour. Think of how many hours you expect to spend a year, then add 5 (you will underestimate )

Just because you're young doesn't mean you are worth less money. He can always go pay a professional $50/hour or learn to do it himself. People often try to take advantage of young programmers.
ok. I will keep that in mind. Hes not going to learn it himself....so Im his cheapest option until I become the cost of a pro...
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Ok. Im looking at m6.net right now...looks pretty good to me.
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Godaddy.com is a pain when it comes to technical issues, and securities, as well as some customer service. My friend was developing a site similar to youtube, and he had many issues with godaddy...
Cool. Thanks for telling me. Im glad I didn't go with only one persons advice.
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