Does Your Website Actually Get You Paying Customers?

New year, new focus on growing your business? Most of us are weighing up what went well and what could have been a little better in 2023. For many of us, our top priority is getting more business and ensuring our main marketing and advertising platforms do that for us. When it come to our […]

5 Steps to a Successful Site

There is no definitive, “one way” to make a successful website because, as with most things, it depends on what you want it to do. There are, however, several things you can look at that will help you get started. Here are 5 steps that I think will point you in the right direction. The […]

Is social media worth it?

Ahh, social media. The golden apple of marketing. All those lovely customers just hanging around, waiting to be sold to…

Or not.

Where can I get a good logo?

You can get a logo very cheaply from Fiverr or even make your own for free on Canva.
But that doesn’t exactly answer the question.

Will I Own My Website?

As with any intellectual property, the person who designs and builds the site is the one who owns it.

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How much does a website cost?

Good question!

And as with many such questions, the answer is “It depends!”

Professionally built websites can start from around £500 for a very simple build but can easily head up towards £2000-£10,000+ for larger or more bespoke projects. 

You need to consider what your website needs to be able to do in order to make it work well for your business.

Do you need a “shop window” that showcases your products or services and helps your clients to build confidence in your skills and quality?

Do you need a specific functionality such as a booking or payment platform?

How soon do you need your site to be ready?

All of these factors will be taken into consideration when your web developer puts together a quote for you. Best advice? Make sure you know what you want and communicate that clearly with your developer.

And if you’re not sure what you need yet, ask! If you can give your developer an overview of your business and what you want to achieve, they should be able to guide you on the kind of site that will best suit you.