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October 2015

Category: Development


Setting a budget for a website is just stage one, but have you considered the cost in attracting visitors and on-going improvements to your web presence?
When it comes to your web presence the two basic elements you need to decide on are:

How to spread your message


What your audience should see when they reach your website

When it comes to your budget, or if you are one of the fortunate few where budget is no object (we’ve never met one yet, but fingers crossed); you need to establish which of the above needs what proportion of your investment. After all it doesn’t matter how much money you throw at your website if the right audience can’t find it.
If you have a budget in mind, we will help you determine the best way for you to connect with your audience making the best use of the budget you have. If budget is no object, we will help you determine the best way for you to connect with your audience qualifying the budget you need to meet your objectives.
Either way we will provide a website with impact that can continue to evolve – think of it as a Lego set to which you can add new bricks; features and functionality can be added as and when required or budget dictates. And a marketing strategy that can be implemented based on your goals and other constraints that can affect your business.
“How much for a website?” is a difficult question for us to answer. We’d like your brief, we’d like to talk about your objectives and we’d love for you to come in for an estimation session. What we won’t do is take your budget, however big, or small and blow it.

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