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(NOTE: This is for US-based companies or companies operating in the US only)
Pricing can vary significantly depending on its intended use.
All of these factors will impact the cost of the site, but a lot of the more intricate details may take time to surface through an exploratory consultation. For that reason, the calculator will help us generate a range vs exact cost.
One of the best ways to get your site up and running in no time and on budget is by utilizing the ever-expansive collection of amazing templates available on most website host platforms. Using WordPress or Hubspot? No problem! Grab one of their templates, and customize it to fit your goals and business-type.
This isn't for everybody though, particularly for bigger sites with intricate integrations. But templates are a lot more customizable than ever, and there are TONS of really great options out there. With the right development team, nobody will ever know it was built off of a plug-and-play template.
If you're looking for a website that learns and grows with your business, you might want to consider Growth Driven Design (GDD). Instead of massive and costly overhauls every 3 to 5+ years, many businesses are opting for this "launch-quick," and "improve-over-time" approach. (what is Growth Driven Design?)
This is an important decision, because there are three very important distinctions between US-based talent and those located in another country.
Your website is the single most important long-term sales investment you'll ever make, and it's the only member of your team that can't quit on you. Weigh the costs and risks before making this ever-critical decision. Worst case scenarios are much worse when you outsource this to another country, particularly if you have no physical or legal presence in those areas.
Some people don't see the importance of this, because their websites never generated business on their own in the past, so why pay American wages when the results are going to be the same? Maybe, just maybe, this is part of the problem!
Agencies are going to be the most expensive and freelancers the cheapest overall, and each have compelling reasons to go in their direction. It all depends on your existing resources, overall goals, and, of course, budget.