How much does a website cost?

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It’s possible to talk about a specific budget when you need to remake an existing website or make the latest in a series of websites for a new product or project — in other words, when you already have the necessary experience and you are sure that you know what you need.

If you still don’t have a website, don’t worry about the cost. We will find an acceptable solution for you and also discuss strategically investing some of your profits into your website’s development. Don’t make the traditional mistake of allocating a certain lump sum budget for your website. Having developed it, you are unlikely to be satisfied with the result. In any case, your website will evolve, gradually becoming very different than it was originally planned to be. At the beginning, when you have hardly any quality content for your website, it’s pointless to talk about the design. Often, the simplest styling or a choice of a ready-made off-the-shelf solution is enough to begin collecting content and gain experience. At a certain stage of development, when the website is filled with content but you are no longer satisfied with its structure and functions and it is already clear what you need from the website, you can spend a hefty budget on design and automation, although it’s also possible to do everything gradually, protecting yourself from mistakes and lost money as much as possible. Everything depends on you and the specific character of your business.