Website development costs are in addition to web hosting and domain registration charges. Every web site is different, and as such the prices will vary, depending on the number of pages, amount and complexity of graphics, programming requirements (flash design, scripts, shopping carts, etc.), and number of email accounts. However, to give you an idea of cost, here are some examples:
Web presence – $100
original design, 1 page with general and contact information, 3 graphics, 1 email address.
Small web site – $200
original design, navigation menu, 5 to 7 pages (up to 3 graphics each page), 2 email addresses.
Medium-size web site – $250
original design, navigation menu, 10 to 12 pages (up to 3 graphics each page, except photo gallery page with up to 30 graphics), slide show on home page, 3 email addresses.
E-commerce web site – $300 up
original design, navigation menu, shopping cart with administrative console (where you can add your own products), 5 email addresses. Note that the hosting company charges $49 per year for a dedicated Secured Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate if you accept credit cards.
Reduced rates will be considered for non-profit organizations.
Above charges include up to 1 hour of updates during the first year. There is a charge of $25 per hour for any additional updates, if needed.