FAQs About Building a Website:

How Much Does Building a Website Cost?

The price of a website varies greatly, you can get a basic website that doesn’t need any special features from $1,000 or more than $50,000 for sites that need specialty features, SEO implementation, responsive design and multiple pages of copy. Check out our website cost calculator to find your quote!

What Are The Different Types of Websites?

To better determine which type of website you need you should determine the purpose of your website. Are you going to sell items directly from your site? If yes, you’ll need an eCommerce website with shopping cart capabilities. Have a service you’re promoting? You’ll need a lead generation site complete with lead forms! Or do you plan to use your website as a creative outlet? You can create a blog, display photography and videos.

Who Should I Hire to Build My Site?

There are many options when it comes to website building. Your three main options are:

  • Freelancer
  • Agency
  • Corporation
Each option for building your site offers a different price range and timeline, read carefully to decide which option is best for you.

What Elements Should I have On My Site?

The main elements of a website include:

  • Contact Page
  • Home Page
  • Blog or News Center
  • Service or Product Pages (if applicable)
  • About Page

What is SEO? Do I Need SEO?

SEO stands for search engine optimization. This helps your site show up higher in search engine result pages, like Google, and drives more traffic to your site. It is highly recommended that all websites have some type of SEO strategy in place.

What Do You Need to Build a Website?

This one question just about determines how expensive your web design needs are. Generally speaking, the more features, functionality, and design nuances you require, the more expensive it will be.

That being said, it's often difficult to know exactly what you do need in a website. We've compiled a basic rundown detailing the different areas of web design that our calculator takes into account. This way, you can move forward with the web design process knowing you're fully informed.