As a small business owner, whether your business operates offline or online, it’s crucial to build and maintain a website in today’s digital world, especially during this COVID-19 Pandemic which enforces social distancing. With this being said, you should be wondering, how much a website might cost? On average, the upfront cost of a website, which includes designing and launching, is about USD$3500 to USD$7000, while maintenance ranges from USD$400 to USD$60,000 per year.
Our cost for designing and launching a basic website starts at JMD$15,000 while maintenance starts JMD$8,500 per month. Do the maths by contacting our competitors to compare prices. Nowhere else will you get more value for less, backed by a unique and competent technical team 24/7 than with us, Byzmarsol International. Let’s take a look at additional facts.
In one sense, asking “how much does a website cost?” is a little like asking “how much does a house cost?”
That is, the answer depends a lot on the person who’s asking it and their needs and preferences. What location? How many bedrooms? What style? Etc.
However, because of how much simpler it is to create a website in 2020 vs the past, you might be surprised by how affordable creating a website can be.
In all honesty, the cost of a website varies across all industries. There are too many factors to consider when preparing an estimate. For example; Pages, Features, Tech Stack, and Design. Without knowing those details it’s difficult to determine a cost to build your website, and therefore, our business analysts will schedule a free consultation to understand your exact needs
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