Website Pricing

While every website gets a bespoke quote its helpful to understand where that price comes from and if it’s likely to fit your budget, I use the information below as a rough guide to help me calculate what a website will cost to build maintain and run.

Upfront Costs

The upfront costs of a website build cover the costs in building your website and getting it online, usually this is split into two parts, a deposit payable before any work starts, and the balance due only when you are happy for the site to go live. Take a look at the table below for some indicative costs.


The minimum viable website for when you just want use email and display contact details.

  • Domain Registration
  • 12 Months Hosting
  • Single Page
  • Google Analytics



An online brochure telling people about your products and services, ideal for social media.

  • Domain Registration
  • 12 Months Hosting
  • 4 pages *
  • Google Analytics
  • Newsletter integration



All the benefits you get with a brochure site with the addition of customisation quote/data capture.

  • Domain Regsitration
  • 12 Months Hosting
  • 8 pages *
  • Google Analytics
  • newsletter integration
  • Data Capture



Everything you need to sell your products online including credit and debit card payment solutions.

  • Domain Registration
  • 12 Months Hosting
  • 16 pages *
  • Google Analytics
  • newsletter integration
  • Data Capture
  • eCommerce


* Number of pages of client supplied content added, CMS websites allows for unlimited pages to be added by the website owner.

Optional Extras

At the time of building the website there are lots of choices to be made, and as well as impacting the website these choices obviously effect the cost as well. Some examples can be seen below.

  • Logo Design £200
  • Additional pages – £35
  • Copy writing, per page – £20
  • Non-royalty free stick images ~£7 each
  • Bespoke Features – TBC

Ongoing Costs

Once you’re website is live there are some required costs in order to keep your website online, and others that can help protect and improve your website, or even bring you new customers.


Each year you’ll need to pay to renew your domain name registration, and for website hosting for these you need to budget around £100 per year.


I recommend that clients update their website software and backup their website regularly, how much labour is involved in this depends on the build of your website, you can find our more about website maintenance here.


Depending on the purpose of your website you may consider ongoing services such as search engine optimisation, or pay per click marketing which can help bring more visitors to your website. The cost of these services vary wildly and often relate to your own products and services.

For a free no obligation chat about your needs and a more tailored quote get in touch.