Space Zone

Frequently Asked Questions


1. What types of websites can you create for me?

I work primarily with bloggers, entrepreneurs, business consultants, authors, public speakers, podcasters, creative people, video marketers (vloggers), and all niche marketers.

2. Can you create an e-Commerce website for me?

Absolutely yes! I would be more than happy to discuss your ideas for an eCommerce website.

I have extensive knowledge and experience with setting up WordPress in an e-commerce environment and WooCommerce integration, online payment setup and checkout configuration, product management, and more.

3. What about web hosting?

I can take care of that for you too. If you need professional, secure, and reliable hosting for your new website, I offer a single affordable price plan with a host of features and benefits. Please contact us for more details

If you prefer to seek out your own web hosting, I use and recommend SiteGround or Hostinger

4. How much will a fully customized website cost me?

This really depends on the scope of work required for your project.

5. How will you communicate with me?

We can communicate by video call or site visit if you are in the Kingdom of Bahrain. After our initial Skype/Zoom video call or site visit,  I will continue to communicate with you and keep you updated on progress either via email or by video call

6. How long will my website take to complete?

I aim to have a launchpad website ready for launch within 5 to 15 days, however, this depends on several major factors.

The scope of work required for the site.

  1. Communication
  2. The number of revisions/edits requests for pages/design elements/content. In which case, the design stage can take up to 90 days or more.

If you have a deadline to meet, simply make this clear to me when we have our initial meeting.

7. Can you create content/copy for my website?

Due to individual needs, I cannot create any custom content or professional copy for your website or for your blog. However, I can refer you to an experienced and certified content writer to help you. Simply let me know in your Request Quota form.

 8. I need a custom logo, custom graphics icons, and images for my site, can you help me with these?

Yes, absolutely. Please take a look at my Branding services page here for more information. Again, we can discuss the details during the Strategy Stage of the design process.

9. Any more questions?

If you have a question that is not listed above, feel free to Get in touch with me here


1. How picky should I be when getting a logo for my business?

Very. Your brand identity—which includes your logo—is the visual face of your business to the public. People can’t help but form an impression of you based on what they see, and your logo is the most commonly used visual that represents you. Not only should it be well-executed technically, but it also needs to have the right style.

2. What types of graphics can you create for me?

We can create most types of custom graphics for both the web and print. Primarily, we have extensive experience with commercial projects such as logo and icon design, marketing and collateral graphic design, website graphic design, etc.

3. What tools do you use for creating custom graphics?

We use Affinity Creative Tools in our business. Affinity Designer, Affinity Photo, and Affinity Publisher.

4. What formats can you export graphics work in?


If you want to export in AI (Adobe Illustrator) or ID (InDesign) formats will be different cost

5. What if I am not satisfied with the design?

No worries – you get at least 3 Designs with Unlimited Revisions, Just shoot me a message with the things you want to be changed, and I will make sure that the end design turns out exactly how you envisioned it.

6. If I want  stationery designs what I will get :

We do provide stationery designs like letterhead, HTML Mail signature, 2 sided Business card design, Social Media Kit, and envelope design.


1. What types of videos can you create for me?

We work with all kinds of businesses and individuals that require professional video production and editing. We have listed the types of videos we can create here.

2. How do you export videos?

We use Final Cut Pro to edit all our videos. The video codec is set to H.264 at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 which is the recommended setting for exporting.

3. Do we need video?

The reason marketers love video so much is online consumers love it. More than a billion hours of video are consumed on YouTube each day. Video is a flexible and engaging content format. It’s easy to share across multiple platforms. Smartphones and digital editing have made it far easier to create video, so the potential for a high ROI is great.


1. What is Search Engine Optimization?

Search Engine Optimization, commonly referred to as SEO, is the act of improving content and web pages in order to rank higher on search engine results pages. Search engines have algorithms that determine which web pages hold the most relevant results, and those pages are ranked highest among the search results.

Using SEO tactics, such as keywords, meta descriptions, and links, your content will stand out to search engine algorithms as relevant information and ultimately rank higher. Ranking higher leads to increased traffic and consumer trust.

2. What is conversion rate optimization?

Conversion rate optimization (CRO) is the process of increasing the percentage of conversions from your digital property, typically a web page. CRO involves executing tactics to improve the elements on your site (or app) through testing. Relative to your marketing funnel, CRO focuses on moving prospects to the next stage.

3. What social media platforms are best for my business?

While social media presence is crucial for all companies, each company will have different social media needs and strategies. For some, Facebook will be the best platform for business, while Instagram may be better for others. To determine which platform is best for your business, it is important to first determine your target audience and social media goals.

4. Do I need to pay for Facebook or Instagram?

Facebook & Instagram is a free social networking site. Users do not have to pay to create profiles or business pages unless they wish to market their page through ad campaigns. Simple and easy to use, Facebook Ads or Instagram ads can help businesses boost their visibility, market products, or promote events.

5. What is the difference between Digital Marketing and Digital Advertising?

Digital marketing allows businesses to raise brand awareness, share information about products, engage with the audience, and monitor online reputation. Digital advertising allows businesses to advertise and promote products, offer discounts or specials, and attract buying customers. Simply put, digital marketing establishes a target consumer audience, while digital advertising drives this audience to sales.

6. What is a lead magnet?

A lead magnet is a free offer you make in exchange for an email address (and possibly additional information). The purpose is to inspire prospects to join your email list by offering something of value. Examples include an ebook, guide, report, assessment, cheat sheet, tool, template, webinar, course, or a coupon

7. Is email marketing still effective?

Email is stronger than ever. It’s more popular than any social media. It’s more private. More personal. More reliable. Most people rely on email and check their inbox multiple times each day. If you want to communicate directly with people who actually grant you permission to market to them, email is marketing is essential.


1. Can you manage the printing of my project?

Yes. With our sister company, I can manage the entire printing process for you, obtaining quotes and seeing your project through to the finish.

2. What is the best file format for submitting a document for printing?

File formats such as Adobe InDesign or Illustrator.

3. How well will what I see on my monitor match what I see on paper?

The technology of design, layout, and printing has come a long way to the point where much of the work is done in a what you see is what you get, digital environment. However, there are sometimes noticeable differences in color calibration and spatial conformity from monitor to monitor and consequently from screen to print.



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