How much does a website cost?

You’ll be pleased to know that I don’t do smoke and mirrors. Nor will I sell you a steak sandwich… then upsell you the steak for a few bucks more.

What I will do is take the time to find out what you need. Pricing is then based on that.

At the most basic level, a one-page site which you never plan on editing will cost around two hundred bucks and you can be up and running in a few days. If that’s all you need, let’s get started!


If you need something more complex, then pricing gets a bit more complex. For example…

Click here to see some of the questions I'll ask you:

  • What type of business are you in?
  • What is the main objective of your website?
  • Do you want people to call you? Or fill out a contact form?
  • If they fill out a contact form, does it go to you or to a call centre?
  • Do you want to showcase your work (e.g. photographer, interior decorator, landscaper, etc.)
  • Do you want to sell products directly from your website?
  • If so, how many products will you have in your store? Are they physical products or digital products?
  • Who do you currently use as your payments processor?
  • Would you like to get people’s names and emails for follow-up at a later date (e.g. a sale)?
  • Are you happy with a standard installation or would you like a secure installation?
  • Do you require a mobile/smartphone-friendly website?
  • Do you need a blog configured with specific categories for your posts?

…and probably some other things as well.

It’s not super-complicated, but I need to know a few key things about your business before I can offer the best solution for your needs.

You can rest assured that if the best thing for your business really is that one-page website, that’s what I’ll recommend. Before you get on the blower or fill out the contact form, though, let’s take a look at…

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