Now of course, a website could cost you thousands of dollars, but that really depends on how much information you intend having and the complexity of the website. The average small business website can cost anywhere from $500 to $5,000. If it’s real simple with only a handful of pages, it may only cost $350 to $500.
Our honest advice is to contact us to discuss your ideas and project requirements.
Only then will you have an idea of the estimated cost.
Can I Create My Own Website?
This is a question often asked. Yes you can, but you may find they are not as easy to create as you had hoped. We have tried a number of the, “Do it yourself” offerings, and like Weebly the best. There are many benefits to using such a product which we would be pleased to discuss with you. Even if you do not want to create your own website, you should still consider this option. You can try Weebly for FREE by clicking on the image below. When you need our help, we are only a phone call or email away.
If you are looking for a shopping cart, and especially one that offers the ability to sell digital goods online (ebooks, lecture recordings, your own music, etc.) you may want to try e-Junkie (perhaps a weird name, but it works.) Plans start at only $5 per month.
There are a number of email marketing possibilities - you only have to search the internet to find them. If you want a reliable and inexpensive way to get started, try using MailChimp. If you have fewer than 2,000 subscribers, you can send up to 12,000 emails per month absolutely free. No expiring trial, contract, or credit card required.
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