Website Design - Where do we start?
So what does a website cost? Well thats a bit like asking how much does a car cost? In both cases it rather depends upon the requirements. Entry level websites are particularly hard to price because so much depends on whether or not you have any kind of existing design style.
So when costing for a website these are the factors that need to be considered:
- Do you already have a style that you want to follow? That can make quite a saving.
- Do you want to update the site yourselves or do you want us to do it?
- How often will you be updating your website. (The more you update your website the better it is for you and your business!)
- How many pages will your website have?
- Do you want to sell online?
- Do you want to market your site on Google and other search engines.
The more "extras" your site has the better it will perform but the more it will cost in the short term. A cheaply made website is less likely to perform well in the search engines and therefore will probably, in the long run, be a waste of money.
One of the really good things about a website is that you can build it up over time. You don't have to do everything at once.