a.k.a “Honey-Do Regulars”

Don’t know if you are a Honey-Do Regular? Why not find out??


With a WordPress website, you have full control over your content and images and can do pretty much any and all of the updates.  If you require on-going support, (sometimes you just can’t find the time to update your website), we can help you with that too. We have no minimum, so if your update only takes 15 minutes, that is all that you are charged.  New for 2012 is the “Debit Plan”.

The “Debit Plan” –  Honey-Do Regulars will now be on a “Debit Plan”.  The Debit plan is a pre-pay plan where you can purchase as little or as many hours in advance as you need.  We will keep track of the time spent and just debit your account, while keeping you in the know of your account balance after every withdrawal.  The advantages are that you will have money banked for emergencies and ongoing updates as well you can more easily budget throughout the year.  This plan will eliminate on-going administrative time for both of us and eliminate late payment fees (no one likes those).  This is something we introduced to our new clients mid-year and it has worked fluidly so we are going viral with it to all Honey-Do Regulars.  Most Honey-Do Regulars purchase 6, 12 , 18 , 24 hour packages.  There is no expiry date on the purchased time.  Some of you only use maybe 4 hours a year, so you can also purchase minimums as well.  If you already have banked hours, your rates will remain the same until those hours are used up.

IF YOU FLAT OUT THINK THIS STINKS… then you have an option.  Your option is an hourly rate that is slightly higher than our “Honey Do’s” on the as-needed basis and invoiced monthly.  (So if you were on the debit plan, for every 6 hours purchased you technically get a fee hour.)

“DO IT NOWRate We try to get honey-do requests completed within 3 business days, but sometimes it is necessary to take advantage of the red exclamation mark for emergencies in your emails.  Well, if you have an emergency that needs to be completed within 24 hours, that means that we have to push someone else back or usually end up working late.  To attempt to make sure that everyone is taken care of in a timely manner, “Do It Now” rates (or in other words “Rush Rates”) are charged at double.

Let us know if these sound within your budget and seem like viable options and we can go from there.


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