How much does a website cost?

The first thing most clients will ask is, "How much?"  This question is impossible to answer without knowing more about your business and what your intentions are.  When initially contacting me it is good to provide me with some background information about you and your company.  What kind of business do you have?  What do you sell?  Who do you sell it to?  What are your current marketing strategies?  Who is your competition?  What is their website?  What are your expectations?  The more you can tell me the easier it is for me to evaluate the kind of website you need.

My goal is not to build you the most expensive website possible, but to build you the right website for where your business is right now.  I have had clients approach me with $10K budgets, yet when we determined what they really needed, the website only cost $4K.  If you already have a preset budget established for this project, please let us know.  Even if you are on a very tight budget, there are still options.  A small but professional looking website is better than no website or a poorly built one. 

Websites are like homes.  The size and amount of customization will ultimately determine how many hours it will take to develop.  The best way to get started is to tell us about yourself on our website's contact page.

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