Uniworld

Uniworld

5.0
5 employees
29 years in business

About this pro

Uniworld has been in the IT Business Development sector for over 25yrs. We support home based, startup, small business, expanding businesses, religous, education, and nonprofit orgs from logo to launch. Social Media and ads to sales funnels and marketing campaigns. 

We break down the barriers of access providing Fortune 500 technology without a Fortune 500 budget. Offering discounts and financing to work with any budget.

We provide the latest disrupters in marketing and business the equalizers that level the playing field. We can translate your business into five languages, launch your business in 155+ countries, or make sure your online reputation gets positive only reviews. Proven small business solutions that work. 

Your business card should be a call to action to help you sell products and services on your website or mobile app.  Having the advantage to form a tailored comprehensive plan that pinpoint solves customers roadblocks even before you speak them is what we do everyday.

Move at the speed of business today to compete and thrive. Educate, perfect, implement, repeat.

Customers first.

#WeAreUniworld

We provide affordable solutions for small businesses that they would not normally consider or think to be able to afford. Small businesses are in business to provide for their families. So its important we offer the best affordable technology with the right tools keeping them up to date on whats available. Our motto is "Your Business Everywhere".

There is no reason why a small business should not be selling in multiple languages compatible on every device and available in every country accepting payments. No matter if you work from your livingroom, garage, kitchen, trunk of your car, or even your smartphone. Have an office in the city or use a shared work space. Leverage what you can as soon as you can.

There are people somewhere in the world that need your product or service and they are already looking for it. We have to bridge the gap and technology is the best way to do it, but affordably.

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Brooklyn, NY 11201
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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Usually we are referred by a past or current client. A simple mobile form is filled out that takes about 5 minutes. The mobile form is sometimes replaced by a conversation if the client is not comfortable using one. The information from that preliminary needs assessment gets us better prepared to serve you. The process then begins.

After reviewing your website, social media, and overall business process we present an offer. If we agree on terms and milestones you are sent an invoice via email. The payment is completed, the agreement signed and is returned via email and collection of the content begins. We stay on schedule and on budget with the promise to deliver the product you envisioned, explained, and asked us to produce. Our work is our resume so you are only as good as your last customer that is the truth for sure.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

First Business: 14yrs Old | Second Business: 16yrs Old

Programming Languages: HTML5 CSS C C++ Java Javascript PHP Python Wordpress

Graphic Artist, Custom Computer Hardware & Network Design, Custom Software Design, Business Development Expert (25yrs+) Business Branding Expertise, Digital Marketing Expert (Facebook Ads, Clickfunnels, Google, etc)

Life Experience: Music Business, Wall Street, Network Event Production, 20+ year Sheraton Holiday Dinner Event Production, Radio Show, Video Show, Entreprenuer for 30yrs+

A unique perspective for a small business owner and to help small business owners.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

Our development services start at $500 and popular development projects are as follows: 

Wordpress & Customized Templates: $500 and up

Totally Customized: $2500 and up

Mobile Applications: $3000 (Non Profits 50% Discount)*

*Our Mobile Application Platform translates your business into 5 langauges, launches your business in 155 countries, and is compatible with over 18,000 mobile devices. Developed for the Apple iTunes App Store and the Google Android Play Store in 12 business days. Mobile payments, appointments, customer loyalty program, and geofencing. Geofnecing is the ability to send messages to mobile devices that dont have your app. (Similar to Amber Alerts)

Social Media

Ads: $300 and up (3 platforms)

Video Ads: $350 and up (Photos and content)

Campaigns: $500 and up (Ad & Setup)

FB Business Manager & FB Ads Account Setup: $199

Social Media Accts Setup & Design: $399 (4 accounts)**

**Includes professional custom cover graphic, profile graphic, optimal social name selection, hashtags creation, and in 48hrs. (We recommend professional email setup or new email address) 

Every development project is unique as a fingerprint.  Prices can be lowered or raised depending on expectation, timeline, available content, and varying needs. We screen our clients using a form to better serve you and get to the core of your needs quickly.


How did you get started in this business?

Kind of a funny, not so funny story. Once I experienced trying to create a website, creating an ad, commercial, and all the things it takes to run a small business decades ago. Then watching someone you hired show you how many ways they can produce something your not 100% satisifed with on your dime with strict direction it takes a toll. I dont need more then once to show me what I need to do. The relentless type, this for me is a simple answer to a great question. Control freaks usually want to do it themselves and this, for me, would be a true statment. I started early from the need to change my handwriting by borrowing letters from handwriting I liked eventually changing my penmanship totally. Then drawing, building computers, networking them, designing websites, and programming and using software. All hands on self taught before any training and certifications. 


What types of customers have you worked with?

We have worked with individuals and groups who just have concepts and working from their livingroom, garage, and kitchen. Small businesses expanding their business to enterprise level firms. Herbalists to lawyers, inventors to non-profits, veterans to teenagers, local and international, celebrity to everyday. In the decades we have been in business we have experienced the spectrum and thats whats so great about what we do. It doesnt matter if you have no employees to over 100,000. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I regularly attend small business events throughout the year. Some invited guests at a recent event discussed how large percentages of small business owners dont know how to read a balance sheet, profit and loss statement, and cash flow statement. Understanding these documents even in the smallest of ways can change your business. Adding two and three zeros a year to your bottom line. Knowing your products and services includes knowing your numbers. Software and hiring someone else is to do it is obvious if this isnt your forte. Knowing something yourself for sure and knowing what the slightest changes mean is essential. Data is always king, period. Dealing with small business owners I find this out quickly but have never heard it openly discussed in a public forum. SBO's are not too fond of admitting it and most of them wear it as a badge of honor not to be "tainted" by how "it should be done". I find that most fascinating and disturbing on so many levels. You need what you need to do what you need to do, thats a simple statement. If you dont dedicate most of your time and money to that end progress and success is evaded. 


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

General

There are more developers out there that can do the usual but not enough thinkers out there that have a preventative approach. Create something that just works is unacceptable. Something that’s organic, protected, mobile, and will adapt to future changes in the industry is what you are looking for. Ask them what are they doing that they consider to be “preventative strategies” to ensure that over time what they create for you will stand the test of time. Changes in the industry, technology, internet, or any global policies. 

Ask where are they based and if the outsource out of the country. Sometimes prices can be lower for future development or projects that are more labor intensive. Find out about the number of employees and how many people will be working on your project. This will ensure meeting deadlines. 

Complimentary Skills

Ask about past work experiences and acquired skillsets that might be complimentary to your business. Contacts in other areas as well. Developers of all kinds cross path with many different business types and can recommend people that they have worked with in the past. The prior relationship is a great ice breaker and introduction. 

Code Editor

Sublime is the industry code editor. Brackets and Atom are the next two that follow. Serious programmers use Sublime almost always and the fact it costs $75 helps Brackets and ATOM are free but there are serious programmers that use the other two as well. Doesn’t weed out personality faults just an indicator of seriousness.

Pros

The best have or use a hub. It’s an archive of code they have created over time and reuse when needed. Ask if they use Github or anything like it? How long they had one? If they say more than 5yrs then they are more than capable for many types of development.

Yes is the best answer for the others but no isn’t a bad one either. There are many places to get code at no or low cost when needed. That’s a "Pro Check".

Code

Python is becoming more and more popular. Meteor is very user friendly. Knowing one of these is good, both is really great.

Templates

Ask how skilled are they with customizing templates? Ask to show you a radical example. (Templates can be purchased for under $100. It’s the customization and uploading custom graphics, and many other things that raise the price. Selling 10 different kinds of sneakers require 40-50 pictures sized and in the right format. Think about Eastbay and Footlocker) That takes time to do. Do you also get a choice of templates? (At least 3)

1st Question Last

Can they explain how is the website going to help my business overall immediately and in the long term? Like retain customers, make it easier for new visitors to educate themselves, and decide to do business with me? Will it enable your business to create new income streams? 

The more experienced will have definitive answers immediately. The generic answer is "Thats not what we do, we are just develop the digital concept". 


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Know the lingo no matter what business you are in. When I talk t dealerships I Google "Dealership Lingo" and get the Car Dealership Dictionary of Automobile Dealer Terminology. If you think Im joking and there is no such thing, Google it.

If you know the lingo you decrease your chances of someone raising the price because you dont know what you are talking about. Get a college or high school student to explain the terms if its technology. This is why those questions above are so wide spread in subject matter.

Pick up a book, ask a friend or relative, go to youtube, or any resource you can find. Just find out what you need. I have a saying, "You need what you need to do what yo need to do. If you dont dedicate most of your time and money success isnt in your future because you are not doing what others will not."

You just have to learn the premise of how something works or what lingo to use when its needed. Provide yourself with some kind of knowledge base. If you know what you need and can explain it "in their language" and they cant provide it you, you have dodged several valuable bullets and expensive lessons my friend.

I know some clients that could buy homes on the mistakes they made its not a good feeling.