Thanks for considering Digital Momentum for your next project. We will be happy to work with you to provide an initial cost estimate.
Keep in mind that the biggest driver of costs when it comes to website initiatives is the specific set of features to be made available on the site. The better you understand (and ultimately, describe) those requirements, the more accurate we can be in providing you with an estimate. Some questions to think about include:
- What do you want your website to do for you?
Ideally, you combine your knowledge of your business, with an understanding of what drives the behavior of your target customers, and narrow in on a specific website strategy (i.e. brand building, retail sales, lead generation, etc).
- What is your budget?
If you realistically only have a budget of a few hundred dollars to build your site, the odds are low that you will find an agency who can build what you’re looking for at that price point. It’s always a good idea to share with the agency what you expect to spend on the site. Creating this alignment, up front, ensures you receive the most value for your money.
- How do you want to manage your site after it’s live?
First, think about the kinds of updates, or changes, you will need after the site goes live? Will the site need functional, or structural updates? Will you just be updating content (and not structural components)? Then, determine what level of control you’d like over those updates. Do you want an agency to completely handle the management - and any updates - to the site after it goes live? Or do you want control to be able to update the site whenever you want, without any involvement from the agency?
Once you submit your information, you should expect to hear from us within 24-48 hours. Depending on how much detail you provide, we may have follow-up questions before a true estimate can be provided. Thanks, again, for considering Digital Momentum for this project!