What Are Website Cost Factors?
A lot of different features can go into a website that people (who don’t work in the B2B web design agency) may not consider when purchasing a website. In some occasions, an advanced website with multiple features can run a business a sizable amount of money…but why?
Creating advanced websites are not just a quick 2-hour endeavor, but may take up to several months before it goes live. We have no bias against that quick 2 hour DIY websites (sometimes, they are the best fit for certain situations and should be utilized), but we wanted to show our readers what all goes into an everything from a basic webpage to a highly advanced web page.
While we, as an agency, wouldn’t feel comfortable giving you an exact cost of websites (this should be determined through many different factors and a Discovery Process), we sorted out different features, strategies, and other options that may determine what rank of website may fit your company best.
What will your website look like?
The design is the most customer focused aspect of a good website. Make sure you and your company know if you want a templated or a custom crafted website. Don’t be afraid to develop a brand identity and style tiles to match your company’s look. Although pages depend on your (developed) theme, pages number may vary depends on your business’s needs.
How will your website be created?
Regardless of the look of your website, the strategy behind building it is key. How, will your and your digital agency go about developing this website? Will you be creating Thought Leadership and SEO Optimization? Depending on your company’s needs, these are all very important aspects to look into.
What else will your company need?
With main design and strategy taken care of, it’s time to look into other website options. While these may not be necessary, it’s also recommended to keep your website growing. Estimate the costs of developing your re-imagined website with our Website Cost Calculator.
Zoe is an east coast native recently thrown into the world of the South West. Shortly after graduating from Pennsylvania State University with a BA in Telecommunication and Sociology, she began working in New York City following her love for fashion, beauty, and social media. As a Community Manager, Zoe obtains a better understanding of Nuanced Media’s public relations and faces each situation head on. When not at the office, you can find Zoe spending time with either her cats or her Netflix.