Website Design Pricing

Between 70-80% of people research a business or company online before making a purchase or visiting the business. It’s important that businesses must take advantage of customers online searches through a professional easy to use mobile friendly website.

Web design and development
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$ 999.99

Every website & needs are different and we understand that.  Please contact us for pricing questions. 

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Every web page is different, so some may take more time than others. We do work very effectively and efficiently.  We make sure our customers are 100% satisfied with there website before we mark the job as completed. 

Website Maintenance Cost and what's included

While browse website maintenance rates, it’s important to look at what the service provider includes with their services. If you purchase a package without looking at what they are doing for you, you can end up not only wasting money but also getting locked into the wrong service contract.

 

For the best experience, you want a service provider that includes the following as a part of their website maintenance pricing:

Website Maintenance ServiceMonthly Price
Domain Name$0.08 to $1
SSL Certificate$0 to $125
Website Hosting$2 to $835
General Website Upkeep$15 to $105
CMS$0 to $3,500
Tech Support$1500 to $3000
Website Analytics Reports$5 to $15
Ecommerce System Maintenance$15 to $25

Depending on your business, some of these services won’t apply to your website.

For instance, if your company operates offline, then you don’t need to worry about maintenance to your eCommerce system. Your business may also have a team member to handle technical issues, which can remove tech support some expenses from your website maintenance costs as well.

Some main core website maintenance costs

When researching your website maintenance costs, you'll want to consider these eight factors (mentioned in the table above), which will influence how much website maintenance costs your business.

Domain Name

A domain name is distinctive to your brand or business, appearing in your website’s URL. If you don’t have a domain name, it’s impossible for users to visit your website. This is why you have to pay to renew your domain name every year. If you do not renew it, someone else could purchase the name and force your company to find a new one.

Having a SSL Certificate

If you have an active SSL certificate, your website URL appears with a padlock next to it in Internet browsers like Google Chrome. Your URL also updates from “http” to “https” for users. In most cases, shoppers look for the padlock before making a purchase, which is why this site feature matters.

An SSL certificate, which is also known as a Secure Sockets Layer, helps protects your company and your site visitors. This certificate works by allowing your site to receive, transfer, and secure sensitive data provided by users or your business.

Companies can purchase an SSL certificate for free, but most invest in a paid license. A paid SSL certificate often includes additional features, like customer support and higher encryption rates, which are beneficial for businesses of any size.

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Website Hosting

Like your domain name, website hosting is essential. If you don’t have a hosting provider, it’s impossible for people to access your website. That’s why your business needs to include website hosting costs in your website maintenance budget.

Your business can choose from a few options for website hosting:

  • Shared host: A shared host costs $24 to $120 per year. It’s the lowest cost option because it hosts your website on a server with several other sites. If you have minimal website traffic, a shared host service can work well.
  • Website builder: A website builder hosting service, like from Wix or WordPress, costs $60 to $180 per year. This service option provides an excellent solution for small businesses and professional bloggers.
  • Virtual private server (VPS): A VPS costs $240 to $600 per year. While you share your server, like with shared hosting, you have complete access to your server’s resources because the provider divides the server into multiple virtual servers. You can look at a VPS like an apartment building, with the server representing the building and the virtual servers the apartments.
  • Dedicated server: A dedicated server costs $1200 to $24,000 per year. It’s the most expensive website hosting option, which is why most websites that use a dedicated server have more than 100,000 site visitors per month. With a dedicated server, you have complete access to your own server.

While your business may want to save money by choosing a less expensive website hosting option, it’s essential for your team to select the best one for your site. If you opt for a hosting option that doesn’t meet your current website traffic levels, this can result in a sluggish site and you may lose quality leads.

Today, most people expect a website to load in two seconds or less. If it doesn’t, they go somewhere else to research a product, find a service provider, or spend their money. That’s why your business needs to make the speed of your pages and site a priority.

Companies can spend $2 to $835 per month or $24 to $10,000 per year on website hosting.

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