You're in business for a reason! You love what you do and you want to make a profit on what you do best. Starting or running a business is expensive and it seems as though everyone wants a part of your company's profits, from advertising to ongoing expenses.
Q: How much for a website?
A: How much is a car? how long is a piece of string?
No doubt you've heard those idioms before and if you've been surfing the net to find some pricing on web design, you've probably noticed it's uncommon to see a company commit themselves to a set price. This is because every site is different, just the same as you want your business to be unique. This makes it difficult to quote a set price without understanding your unique business needs.
We don't want to you leaving here none the wiser, so we can say that most small businesses do fall under the category of what we call a Base Build website.
We're now also offering the Micro Business website build for businesses that are on a smaller budget but are still looking for our quality build websites.
We are more than happy to help you with this. You might be more hands on than others when it comes to your website, but the problem is you haven't been designing websites for the last 20 years (otherwise you'd be a web designer!). So you add the content and we'll make it look professional. We can even help with best practice design, layout and SEO.
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Once your initial website development is complete, your only ongoing costs are usually Domain Registration & Hosting (this could be anywhere up to $400 per year). Compare this to Yellow Pages, T.V. and Radio advertising, then to the audience you'll reach, and it makes good business sense to have a website no matter how small your company.
D.P. Web Design does not boast to be the cheapest, this is not a part of our marketing. As you already know when the words cheap and professional are used together in business one of them must not be the truth. What you do get is value and quality for your money, a developer who has been in the industry for many years and knows how to deliver what you need.