9. What’s your budget?
Asking how much a website costs is a little like asking how much a house costs to build.
The budget required for your unique project will depend on the options you choose along the way.
So it is important to have a figure in mind that you feel comfortable investing.
And it is an investment. Because you should consider the value of your website to your business.
Some will see a website as an overhead. An expense. Don’t.
Your website is an amazing opportunity to connect with your customer and establish long term relationships.
Sometimes people are reluctant to reveal their budget. You shouldn’t be.
It will actually ensure you get the best possible bang for your buck.
Often, it will be a range of prices, again dependent on the feature and design choices made along the way.
Or the ‘Who is doing what?’ discussion that can help identify who is providing the content, and in what format.
Or how many products and categories need to be added initially.
So as you can imagine, there are many variables. However, to help people get a rough idea of pricing, we’ve developed an online tool.
Our instant web quote tool provides an instant ballpark figure for your next website project in 3 quick and easy steps.
Important: When evaluating budget, don’t forget to allocate a figure for hosting, ongoing maintenance, and promotion of your website.