What does the process of getting a website with Mallard Bay look like?

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Nick Krygsman

Jul 11, 2023·3 mins read
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Step 1: Sign up for the GuideTech package and sign the contract.
  • The first step in getting a website with Mallard Bay is to sign up for the GuideTech package and sign the contract. This package includes everything you need to get your website up and running, including a domain name, hosting, and a website builder.

Step 2: Your account manager will text you a Google Drive folder from Mallard Bay's business line.
  • Once you've signed up for the package and signed the contract, your account manager will get in touch with you. They will send you a Google Drive folder from Mallard Bay's business line. This folder will be where you will provide the text and photo content for your website.

Step 3: Fill the Google Drive folder with text and photo content.
  • The next step is to fill the Google Drive folder with the text and photo content you want to appear on your website. This can include information about your business, products or services, and any images or videos you want to use.

Step 4: Mallard Bay will send you a rough draft of your website to review.
  • Once Mallard Bay receives the text and photo content, they will begin working on your website. They will send you a rough draft of your website to review. This draft will give you an idea of how your website will look and function.

Step 5: You and the Mallard Bay team will go back and forth on edits until you're happy with the final product.
  • Once you've reviewed the rough draft, you and the Mallard Bay team will go back and forth on edits until you're happy with the final product. This editing process is critical to ensuring that your website meets your expectations and represents your business accurately.

Step 6: Once the final product is approved, the domain transfer process begins.
  • Once you're happy with the final product, Mallard Bay will begin the domain transfer process. This process can take 1-2 weeks, but it often happens within a couple of days. During this time, your website will not be visible to the public.

Step 6: During this process, an on-boarding coach will be in contact with you to make sure your Mallard Bay listing and information is set up.
  • While the domain transfer is taking place, an on-boarding coach from Mallard Bay will be in contact with you. They will help you set up your Mallard Bay listing and ensure that all of your information is correct.

Step 7: Once the domain has transferred, your site is ready to go live.
  • Once the domain transfer is complete, your website is ready to go live. This means that it is visible to the public and ready to start taking bookings for new and existing clients.

Step 8: Launch your website and start taking bookings for new and existing clients.
  • The final step is to launch your website and start taking bookings for new and existing clients. This is an exciting moment, as it means that your business is now visible online and accessible to a much broader audience.

If you experience any problems with your website, contact Mallard Bay's business line for assistance.

If you experience any problems with your website after it has gone live, you can contact Mallard Bay's business line for assistance. They will be happy to help you resolve any issues and ensure that your website is functioning correctly.

In summary, getting a website with Mallard Bay involves several steps, including signing up for the GuideTech package and signing the contract, filling a Google Drive folder with content, reviewing a rough draft of your website, going through an editing process, domain transfer, and launching your website. Throughout the process, an on-boarding coach will be in contact with you to ensure that everything is set up correctly.

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