On average, how long does it take to build a website for a small business?
So... How long does it take to build a website?
Quite honestly there are so many factors that it’s almost impossible to say. For example, how many pages will the website contain? Will it be used to promote your services or sell products and handle secure online payments?
Will it require a CMS (content management system), or a searchable database of content or a list of subscribers which will grow as more people fill out their details on your website?
Will you require more specialist additional tags such as
open graph (OG tags) and/or
Structured data tags, etc. Will you require your website to tap into your social media feeds such as Twitter, so it displays your latest or selected Tweets?
So you see there can be so many variables, but websites can typically take between 1 and 8 weeks to produce.
However, we do have a range of fixed price web design packages which can be produced within a fairly predictable timeframe. Single page websites can usually be produced within a couple of days, and our fixed price 4 page websites may take between 3 and 4 days to produce.
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