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Silver
$2,495
$995 DOWN
Design Up to 10 Pages
Up to 3 Revision
Professional Website Design
Mobile Responsive Design
Chatbot/Livechat Setup
Social Media Integration
Event Calendar Integration
Image Optimization
Onpage SEO Optimization
Keyword Research
Submission to Search Engines
Google Search Console Setup
Google My Business Optimization
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Platinum
$10,495
$4,995 DOWN
Design Up to 40 Pages
2 Years Free Hosting
2 Months Free Updates
Professional Website Design
Mobile Responsive Design
Knowledgebase Setup
Chatbot/Livechat Setup
Reputation Management Setup
Newsletter Integration
Social Media Integration
Event Calendar Integration
Schema Optimization
Image Optimization
Onpage SEO Optimization
Keyword Research
Market & Competitor Analysis
Google Analytics Setup
Submission to Search Engines
Google Search Console Setup
Google My Business Optimization
Formidable Pro Forms
Logo Mockups
Video Production
eCommerce Integration
Marketing Added Value:
6 Months of Marketing Management
Business Facebook page buildout
Business Instagram page buildout
Instagram Ad Campaign Setup
Facebook Ad Campaign Setup
Google PPC Campaign buildout
3 posts a week on Instagram
3 posts a week on Facebook
5 Advertising ads
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Business Enterprise

Starting from $50,000

An advanced web design costs between $50,000 to $100,000. It provides your business with a custom, cutting-edge website. This web design tier can feature several add-on services, like database integration, ecommerce functionality, and more.

If you’re an enterprise or corporation, advanced web design offers a solution that matches your company’s size. It also maximizes your conversion rate and return on investment (ROI), which is critical in your competitive market.

As you can tell, the size of your company often determines your web design costs.

Just because you purchase a basic web design package, however, doesn’t mean you’re receiving a lower-performing website. Instead, you’re buying a site that correlates to your size, needs, and goals, versus paying for features that you don’t need.