When it’s time to build a website, one of the first things that comes up is “how much does it cost?” It’s a sensible question, and there isn’t a straightforward answer. Depending on numerous aspects, the expense of a website may differ dramatically.
Some of the factors that can affect website cost are:
– The size and complexity of the website
– The amount of content (text, images, videos)
– The number of pages
– The use of audio or video
– The need for eCommerce functionality
– Ongoing maintenance and updates
In general, a 1-page website might cost as little as £300 if you just need one. A 5-8 page website with more information, for example, will cost around £800, whereas a bigger website with eCommerce capabilities and around 20 products will set you back about £2500.
As I use a visual builder rather than HTML, it means you can take full control of your website, I can either run you through how to use everything over a video call, or via a video link you can keep forever. All of my clients find this extremely useful!
You must also consider the cost of the website, as well as hosting. There are some excellent offers available, and I usually suggest 1&1 ionos for low-cost plans starting at £1 per month, with great assistance and fast servers if you want to build your own plan. Another alternative is Bluehost or GoDaddy, both of which provide amazing services.