How much should your new website cost?

What should you be prepared to pay for a modern, attractive, functional website?

It depends on who is going to build your site and what you expect.

A new blog post over at LiquidNet has a fair analysis:

The simplest answer is that the cost to build a website depends on who is building it and how much they are paid per hour. When you do the work yourself, using a free content management system, you could keep the cost under $100. If you hire a professional digital agency in the United States to build a site, it could cost you $100,000 or more.

Read more and check out the cool infographics @ Liquid Net.

If you’re planning to refresh your existing site, let me know.

I charge more than $100, but less than $100,000.

Email me here to learn more.

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