Ok, we’ve covered the most important aspects of your new website project.
Let’s look at the project management side of it.
What’s your project deadline? When would you like your website to be “Live”?
How about budget? How much can you afford? This is a very touchy subject and from an experienced web designer‘s point of you, it’s either you design it yourself (while accepting the potential consequences that it may not really serve you that well) or you invest in yourself and your future success.
As a starting point, a good “entry-level” website represents an average investment of $2,000-$3,000.
If you’re thinking of investing $500, I would recommend to wait, put more money aside then invest in a professional web designer to get a website that will work for you and support you and your company on the long term.
I hope this list has helped you get started with ideas and suggestions to lay the foundation for a new website that will serve you well.
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