When it comes time to create a website, one of the first questions that often comes up is “how much does it cost?” It’s a valid question, and one that doesn’t have a single answer. The cost of a website can vary greatly, depending on a number of factors.
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, simple website designs with minimal content can cost as little as £300 if you’re looking for a 1-page website. More complex websites with more content, for example, a 5-8 page website will cost roughly £800 then if you’re looking for a larger website with eCommerce functionality and around 20 products will cost around £2500.
On top of the website cost, you will need to take hosting into account, there are some great deals around, I tend to recommend 1&1 ionos who have plans as litle as £1/month, if you’re looking to set up your own plan, they provide great support and fast servers, there are always other options like Bluehost and GoDaddy too who are great options also.