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Your digital roadmap to business growth and online success.
Marketing & SEO
From £3000 per month
Digital marketing that guarantees your business gets found online.
Design and branding that makes sure you make the right impression.
From £600 per month
Sleep easy knowing your website is managed, monitored and secured.
We've been fortunate enough to work with businesses of all sizes from startups to multi-nationals. This means we've worked with modest budgets all the way up to those into 6 figures. We'll always spend your budget wisely and tailor our services so you get the best possible value for money.
When you send us an enquiry we'll contact you to ask some questions, then we'll give you a price to deliver your requirements.
Hi, I'm looking for some information about your prices.
Well, it all depends on what you need. No two projects are the same. Tell me more.
If I had a budget of around £5000 for a website, would you be able to help me?
We can certainly help you. While most of the websites we build cost a lot more than that, we can build a simple, attractive site for you on a £5000 budget.
What sort of budget would we need if we want a website that gets found in Google™, generates enquiries and really helps us stand out from the crowd? Can you talk me through it?
Of course, I'll break it down for you.
In our opinion the more you understand what we do and what we charge the better, we love transparency. It's how we build the strong relationships we have with our clients.
OK, tell me more.
Our approach involves getting under the skin of your business so we can help you use the web more effectively. The first stage of this process is what we call a discovery or road-mapping exercise, costs for this depend on your business, your market and what your ideal outcome looks like.
Road-mapping? What's that all about and what does it involve?
Road-mapping is a stand alone piece of work carried out to develop an understanding of where you are, where you want to be and what it's going to take to get there.
It's essentially a strategy exercise where we combine your expertise and ours to create a solid plan of attack that ensures your business spends its web budget wisely.
That makes sense. Effectively, road-mapping helps us understand the scope of work and the expected outcomes. Once this is done will we know, before we start, what it's going to cost to implement?
It's important for us to know what we're getting into.
We fully appreciate you want to know how much your project is going to cost and we'll detail that for you before we start.
Obviously until we've got more information it's hard to know and we want our quote to be accurate. For example, if the scope of the project includes ongoing work to help you improve search rankings and lead generation this will increase the cost.
OK talk to me about that.
I've heard about Search Engine Optimisation or SEO, I'm not so sure about lead generation, I assume that's when our website generates enquiries? What does that cost?
This work is all about understanding your customers' needs and the problems they try and solve by searching in Google. We can do this work on a monthly retained basis and the level of the retainer is dictated by you.
Our fees for this really depend on how much work's needed and your in-house resources. Some of our clients want us to do it all, some use us as their trusted advisors and do the work themselves.
Tell me about the differences between the advisory service and the full service. Are the prices are a lot different?
That's a great question!
Getting traffic from Google is called inbound marketing. It's an exercise that requires a consistent approach involving the creation of the content your customers are looking for.
Typically this takes the form of blogs, videos, white papers, online calculators, like our lead generation calculator, and so on. It all takes time and expertise.
An advisory retainer is low-cost because you do the work, we simply make sure the work you're doing is the right thing to do. Most companies prefer to pay us to do it.
OK, so in a nutshell, the budget I need depends on how my businesses is planning on using the web. A simple website is a very different project to creating a website that generates enquiries. Is that right?
Yes, that's pretty much it. Some websites cost a lot more than others and it all depends on the scope of the project. It's always worth a chat.
In fact, we offer a FREE Website Review to help potential clients understand all of this in more detail. It's a FREE 30-minute session with one of our experts so you can pick our brains free of charge!
Yeah, that does make sense. It sounds like a mini road-mapping exercise for free, what's not to like!
How do I go about arranging that?
You can either fill in the form on this page or give us a call on 01224 443551 or 0208 004 7428. It's a no pressure 30-minute screen-share session. No hard sell or follow up calls, just good solid advice you can use.
That's great, thanks!
The pleasure was all mine. Hopefully, website and online marketing costs now make a lot more sense, we know it's confusing.
If you need anything else, you know where we are.
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The cost of a simple website built with one of the many excellent web-based tools such as Squarespace or Wix costs only a few pounds per month.
A one-page website, complete with a domain name and hosting and built using an off the shelf template, costs only a few pounds per month.
The time it takes to code a website depends entirely on its size and complexity. A one-page site can be built in a few hours; a large website might take several months.
A simple Wordpress website, using a standard off the shelf template, can be built in a few hours.
Yes, you can build a website for free if you are prepared to invest the time to learn how to do it by following one of the many excellent free online tutorials.
Web designer hourly rates vary from around £20/hour for a junior level freelancer to more than £100/hour for an experienced person working in an established agency.
Basic Wordpress websites are free. If you need more than a basic site, there are also low-cost options offering improved functionality.
The time it takes to build a professional website depends on the scope of work and required functionality. It’s quite common for large sites to take many months to build.
You can set up your own website using tools such as Wordpress, Squarespace and Wix. These tools are simple to use and do not require any specialised technical skills.
No, you don’t need a domain name to have a website. However, the default names used by free website builders such as Wordpress are often complicated and hard to remember.
A domain name is a unique online identifier used for, amongst other things, email addresses and websites. The domain is the name of your website; the website is the collection of files used to build it.
No, Wordpress software does not cost money.
You need to pay for domain names to cover the costs incurred by the organisations who manage them.
The cost of hiring someone to build a website depends on your approach. Junior freelancers charge around £20/hour, agencies charge around £80/hour and you can employ a mid-level web developer for around £25k per annum.