I'm just thinking out loud here so I may as well put it in a blog post. "Affordable" is a relative term: to some business owners, it may mean a $5k site, while others may flinch at paying $99 per month - I used that figure because I offer a fully managed website package at just that price BTW. OK, so some people might say how can a $5000 website be called affordable. Look at it this way, if your business is such that it needs a website with many pages, or maybe some features that require some coding, etc, then $5k really might be a bargain, especially if it helps bring you increased business. I did a search online and I actually found a website which called their webdesign package"affordable" even though it starts at $3,999, and I don't think that includes the written content, though they do say that on-page SEO is standard. (that's optimizing your written content for the search engines) From their site, : "You’ve been shopping around but you’re not finding an affordable option for getting your small business website up and running. You’ve got a business to run and you don’t have the time and energy to build and maintain a website! You need a customized design that matches your vision and brand, reliable hosting and domain registration. And perhaps most importantly, you don’t want to do it yourself!"
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