Need a Website?
Let’s simplify it for you.
If you’re a small business, you know you need a website — that works. You may have Googled, “How much does a website cost?” What answers came up? “It depends,” is the answer most WordPress developers give. So how about we simplify it for you?
Most small businesses only need a simple website and blog. This is why we’ve built pricing that is upfront and easy to fit into your marketing budget. You pay for the website once, add in blogging and social media, and boom, you’re in business.
How Much Does a Website Cost?
1-5 page websites cost $750
Why is this so low? Well, a website by itself isn’t enough to compete in today’s market. You need blogging and social media as ranking signals. Meaning, we want you to have an online marketing infrastructure that will actually help your bottom line.
And, really, don’t you have better things to do?
Small Business Package Pricing
Choose the package that works for you
Our package pricing gives you the benefit of a full-service agency without full-service pricing. We’ve built these packages to create the most value — and return — for your small business.
We have the Starter Package that is less than $1,200 a month, the all-in-one package for less than $2,000 a month, and the big biz package for less than $2,200 a month (after website and starter fees). Doesn’t your business deserve a marketing team that has your back? Of course, it does.
Get back to doing what you do best!
Let us Handle the Marketing for You.
We’ve been making websites since 1998.
Authors of “The Only Online Marketing Book You Need for Your Small Business,” Warren Laine-Naida and Bridget Willard have teamed up to give your small business the best pricing and optimized packages so your business can grow while you do what you do best — your business.
Bridget Willard is a marketing consultant who specializes in managing small business social media accounts in the WordPress industry. If it is a B2B sector, she knows about it, has written about it, or has worked in it. Her passion is to teach small business owners to do their own social by emphasizing social science. When she’s not writing about marketing, she is watching baseball or basketball, learning languages, or walking in nature.
Warren Laine-Naida has worked for clients around the globe on websites for universities, pharmaceuticals, technology, and entertainment. Today he teaches Online Marketing and consults with small businesses and nonprofits about their online communication. Warren is the author of two novels, and his 2020 book “Digital Thinking” is available in both English and German. When not plugged into the net, Warren cooks and sculpts in chocolate.