How Much Should I Pay For A Website?

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This may be one of many questions that you ask yourself when deciding to pay for a website. ┬áThere is a substantial process involved in building a professional website and a good website acts as a business person’s bread and butter. ┬áSerious business people owe it to themselves to have a great looking website. Here is just some of the work that goes into building a website:

Photographs & Images

These have to be sourced and even if you already have them to hand they have to be organised, appropriately sized and prepared before use on your site.

Written Content

This has to be organised, written, formatted, proof-read and spell checked.

Layout

Planning the body, including headers, footers, sidebars, number of pages, social icons. These things have to be thought about and structured in a way that makes your brand and site look professional and one that has the edge on your competitors.

Design

Regardless of which ever design you choose photographs, text, fonts etc have to be considered, thought over and arranged so that they make your site look and work at its very best.

Navigation

Visitors will leave your site quickly if its hard to navigate. Good user experience is crucial and its our job to manage the journey around your site.

Compatibility

We have to ensure that your site works on various operating systems/platforms, as well as the many browser types and versions. It wouldn’t be worth it if the site couldn’t work on a mobile phone.

Functionality

Slide shows, shopping carts, contact forms, animation, videos, etc have to be integrated into your site.

Optimization

The speed of your site and coding quality have to be on point if it is to perform at its best. The correct meta data must be used to drive the maximum amount of traffic towards your site.

Hosting

We upload your site to our server and set up the DNS and Webmaster tools to ensure that your site actually works. These are just some factors that come into play when it comes to pricing.

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