We can design or optimize websites for as little as a few hundred dollars, or put together a database-driven web site for as little as $500. Since the work we do is often complex, we prefer to quote by the project rather than by the hour - this allows you the peace of mind of knowing up front exactly what a website is going to cost, and allows us to take extra time if needed without feeling guilty about billing more hours. No hidden fees, bug fixes are free and available 24/7!
To give you an idea of the price ranges we work with, we've done small sites of just a few pages for as little as $300, medium-sized sites with 25-50 pages and some programming, database, and/or SEO work for $1,000-$1,500, and large, database-driven sites with a high degree of user interaction for $2,500-$5,000. We also have long-term clients who've contracted for as much as $10,000-$20,000 or even more over several years, but that's usually a few thousand dollars at a time - we prefer to work towards discrete checkpoints to keep charges predictable. The majority of sites we design cost around $1000 or a bit less.
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To help us give you as accurate a number as possible, please include as much detail as you can about what you're trying to do, and perhaps even more importantly, why you're trying to do it. We can often suggest a better and/or more efficient approach that will cost you less money.
Note: We do not work for barter or a "cut of the profits".
"Our goal was to revamp our site's look and to improve our search engine results. We immediately thought of Fenton Web Design Firm. We now have a perfect, easy-to-navigate website, done within a matter of days! We can always pick up the phone or shoot a quick email and know that you understand what we need and can get it done quickly."
"I hired Fenton Web Design Firm in 2007 to create an online program. Today it is the core of my business and has positioned me at the top of my industry. It has now been over three years and we continue to improve the product every week."