Felice Media is a custom graphic design, SEO, and content marketing brand owned by Bri Ziganti. Felice Media is based in Cleveland, Ohio, but accepts clients from around the world. As a designer, Bri has worked with CEO's, small business owners, non-profits, and individuals looking for a better way to communicate and develop their brand.



Phone: 866.634.6587
Email: info@felicemedia.com


  • creative-content development


    • Whitepapers
    • Web copy
    • Blog posts
    • Newsletters
    • Infographics
    • Product catalogues
  • graphic-design


    • Logos
    • Icons
    • Email blasts
    • Website banners
    • Illustrations
    • Digital ads
    • Invitations
    • Business cards
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    • Dynamic websites
    • Static website
    • Campaign landing pages
    • Social media integration
    • SEO optimization
    • Site maintenance
  • digital-design


    Elements like logos, icons, and email blasts don’t typically require much in the way of extra production costs.  If you already use an mass-emailing service or you’re just integrating these pieces into your existing website or presentations, most clients won’t have to pay for anything beyond the initial design fee.  Some businesses choose to commission infographics or digital ads that they will run on search engines or social media platforms.  Campaigns like this typically charge a CPC (cost per click) fee.  Clients can choose the maximum amount they want to spend, so that they can remain within a reasonable budget.

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    Besides the design of a website’s user interface and content, most site owners will have to pay for their domain and hosting space.  Domains are the names under which a site is registered, and the address where a user will access your site.  Registration typically costs $18.00-$30.00 per year and must be renewed to keep the address off the open market.  Your domain name is an important marketing tool and should be heavily considered before you buy.

    A hosting service is another tool you need to keep your website secure and visible to your target audience.  In simple terms, a web host provides your site with space on a computer server that maintains a constant, fast, and secure connection to the internet, typically kept within a larger data center.  There are countless hosting providers to choose from that will fit nearly any budget imaginable.  Packages should be chosen based on your site’s size and average traffic.  I do require that every client use a hosting service- your host will ensure that you always have a recent, off-site backup, access to your site files, better site security, and guaranteed uptime around the globe.  If the unthinkable ever happens and you get hacked or your computer is destroyed, a hosting company is one of the three methods I use to maintain fail-safe measures of data preservation.  The best web hosts will also provide 24/7/365 customer service, so you can reach a tech support representative anytime of day or night.

    Maintenance is the third and final expense outside of the initial design.  Costs will depend heavily on whether your site is static or dynamic.  Dynamic sites update their content frequently, whether that’s changing artwork on the homepage, adding new landing pages, hosting an interactive contact form, publishing blogs, or connecting with social media, and usually need a bit more attention in terms of maintenance.  Dynamic pages often encourage viewer involvement and are regularly crawled by search engine robots, so tighter security is also important.  Static pages are usually very simple and act more as a searchable phone book entry than a true website.  Because dynamic sites are ranked higher than static sites, I tend to recommend dynamic web development to most of my clients.  However, static sites are still useful for businesses who don’t wish to participate in social media and only want to maintain a basic web presence.

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    Printed media, and other “touchable” collateral like sign awnings or magnets, will vary in cost depending on the shape, size, and materials being used.  Your standard, everyday business card is probably still the most economical means of printed advertising, while large signs or a cleverly designed magazine ad boast a greater impact per dollar.  Die cut or laser cut cardstock will also increase the price per piece, but depending on the event or campaign, it can be worth the extra expense.  Printed media is highly customizable and still an important part of most businesses’ marketing resources.