So, you or your company still doesn’t have a responsive website. Why not? Not sure what I mean by responsive? To learn more about responsive websites, check out this article by Pete LePage that explains responsive websites.
If you’re worried about the cost, don’t be. A new, responsive website shouldn’t cost more than $300/$500 and should only take a few days.
Why your business needs a responsive website
Responsive site design has been around for a while now and isn’t exactly new. They’re now the norm and have been for the last few years.
Second, it’s cheaper than ever to set up a responsive website. For about $500 bucks you can have a secure (https), responsive website. This would include a fully responsive site that works across desktop, laptop, and mobile screens and that is secured with 256bit encryption.
What are the costs of the site?
Below is a rough breakdown of the costs for setting up a new website.
- Responsive Website – $150 (one time cost)
- Hosting – $15/Mo or about $180/Yr
- SSL Cert – included in hosting
- Set up fee – $300 (includes setting up/installing the site on the server, transferring content from your existing site)
- Graphic Design (not included)
- Logo Design (not included)
Any graphic design work, logo creation, branding can be added to the cost, but is not included in the $300 to $500 estimate. Also, if you’re looking to set up an online store then contact me for storefront pricing.
What are you waiting for?
I’d love to discuss your options and set you up with a new, responsive website that will bring your existing site up to today’s web design standards.
Contact me to discuss your existing site or ask any questions you may have about the process of getting a new, responsive website.