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Nice Website. How Much Did It Cost?

You like my website? Gee thanks, just bought it. Another Mojo FAQ today… so much curiosity about the cost of a website so we are here to bring the answers. We talk basic theme sites up to complex B2B website design and development. (Music Credit) Romos - Catharsis: youtu.be/xsmlB4e1d00

You like my website? Gee thanks, just bought it. Basic theme sites to complex B2B web design and development. And a self-audit kit if you need to figure out your web plan.

Cost Ranges

We’ve gone as low as $5,000 for a very simple startup website up to six figures for a major project for a larger corporation–that includes strategic content and marketing services, custom development, and of course, ongoing retainers when marketing is involved. See examples our Work.

Base Level: If you’re a startup or a small company, $5,000 to $15,000 will get you something basic. A Theme website is a great place to start and you can contact us to get started at this level.

Middle Level: If you’re a mid-sized company, expect a $15,000 to $35,000 range.

Executive Level: If you’re a larger corporation with complex B2B needs and a desire to invest in bigger opportunities, you should expect $50,000 to $75,000 to really get what you want, with content strategy and content organization at a high level. That’s really critical when you have many people managing different aspects of the site, compliance issues involved, and multiple departments needing access to tools. This does not necessarily include complex integrations or custom development.

Learn more about all of our Website Design & Development Services here.

More Resources:

How Much Does a B2B Website Cost?

Template Vs. Custom Website: What's the Difference?