When thinking of a website for your business there are several costs to consider. This article aims to clearly outline these costs in a transparent way.
A Domain Name So people can find you
You will need a domain name so that people can access your website. A domain name is the URL or address people use to get to your site, for example the domain name of this website is sybaspot.com
There are various types of domain names you can get, from the common and most affordable “.com” through to more specific “.com.au”.
One of the domain registries I like to use is CrazyDomains who are currently offering a deal for “.com” from $1/year! CrazyDomains is an Australian business!
A Web Host Somewhere to put your website
You also need some “space” out on the Internet that stores all of the files for your website, this is called a Web Host or “Hosting”.
Web Hosts can have a huge array of products to suit the size of your website, the number of visiters you may be receiving, databases, emails and a plethora of other features.
For most people with small businesses the basic products are enough. CrazyDomains is $2/month.
Finally, the website itself In all its glory
There are a lot of tools out there to help you build your website, however nothing beats someone with knowledge and skill. This is where SybaSpot really shines! We can design and develop your website to your satisfaction and upload it to your preferred Web Host, ready for the world to see! Websites start as little as $150 for not-for-profit organisations, and the average price for a website similar to this one is $500.
So there you have it, probably more affordable than you first thought. Imagine all those online visitors you’re currently missing out on… Imagine all the time you might save providing all the information on your website rather than constantly answering them over the phone…