October 5, 2012

Tweaky – Minor Changes Make Great Improvements

Is there something you just can’t stand about the website you have right now? Is a logo in the wrong spot, or are you missing important links your company’s social networking accounts? Tweaky is a web-application that can make those minor adjustments and help create the site of your dreams.

To start making changes to your site, head to and request a free quote. For your quote to go through, you’ll need to enter your current website URL and type up a few sentences letting Tweaky’s expert team know what features or elements you’d like to adjust. You can also add files, as a way to clarify a complicated change or give Tweaky access to an image or logo you’d like added to your site. During the next few hours, Tweaky will break your request down and turn it into a list of tweaks — which are minor changes or small customizations. Tweaky will then send you a quote for how much your total project will cost. Tweaky developers charge a $25 flat fee per “tweak,” with the average adjustment taking approximately one half hour to make.

If you decide to move forward with the project after receiving your quote, Tweaky will create a full backup of your site to store on its servers while your project is ongoing. This backup will be deleted as soon as your project is complete, helping to ensure the safety of your website data at every step along the way.

Practical Uses:

  • Add an email subscription button to your website
  • Fix an embedded Google map that’s sending people to the wrong location
  • Move a logo to the left side of your homepage
  • Replace an out of date picture on your website

Insider Tips:

  • Tweaky usually gets back to users who’ve requested free quotes within an hour
  • Each tweak takes approximately a half hour to complete
  • Tweaky recommends that clients use for website hosting
  • Every project comes with a money-back guarantee

What we liked:

  • Tweaky offers a set pricing plan for making all changes and tweaks
  • People can get their websites spruced up in just a few hours
  • All tweaks are made by qualified Tweaky developers
  • People can ask for as many, or as few, tweaks as they want

What we didn’t like:

  • In some cases, people could be overpaying to make very minor tweaks to their websites


  • Nothing

Company Info:

  • Launched: February 2012 (Beta)
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: Australia
  • Founded by: Pete Murray and Ned Dwyer
  • Web site:


  • $25 per tweak

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