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The cost of developing and creating websites will primarily depend on the type of resource you choose: a service site, an info-site, or an online shop.
A blog, news site or reviewer with a simple and easy article publishing process and high page load speed.
A website with a unique corporate design and comprehensive company and product information.
A convenient online sales platform with a clever structure and the possibility to integrate with other CRM systems.
What does the cost of creating websites depend on?
- Number of pages;
- Need for design (selection of corporate colours, drawing of logo, etc.);
- Availability of ready content (text, images, video);
- Need to integrate with other CRM systems.
Examples of website creation
We have developed websites that are already successfully helping clients grow their own businesses.
Frequent Questions About Website Development
Below we have compiled the most common questions from our customers and tried to answer them in as comprehensive a manner as possible.
You don’t have to have any special knowledge or skills to order a website development service. Just get in touch with our specialists. They will ask the right questions and suggest which website is best suited to your requirements.
The first thing you need to do is to decide what kind of website you want and for what purpose. After that, you will tell us what you want and we will offer you various options to implement your ideas.
Of course. After working with the site for a while after it has been created, you can give us feedback on how it can be improved and we will carry out the improvements.
All our websites are equipped with a user-friendly management system in Russian, which makes it easy to make all the necessary adjustments. And if you still have questions, you can always check with our specialists.
The final price of website design and development depends on the complexity of the task. Therefore, the final price we will be able to name only after contacting you to clarify the details of your order.
Costs and turnaround times are individual and depend on the type of website, design, layout, hosting, domain, programming, content and testing. The more complex the design, site structure and additional functionality requiring programming, the higher the cost and longer the development.
Terms of site development directly depend on its complexity and range from 4 days to 1 month. The exact timing of the creation of your site, we can announce only after a detailed study of the TOR.
We make all the settings, add the Google analytics code to the site ourselves and give you all the access you need to monitor the performance of the resource yourself.
You can find out more about the types of websites and the stages of their creation by contacting our experts or reading the article below.
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How to choose a website? Types of sites
Before you start building a website from scratch, you, as the customer, face the important task of deciding on the type and look of the resource.
If the type is easy to determine, just choose an informational site (the user receives only relevant content) or a service site (the user receives relevant content and the opportunity to order services or buy goods), then the type is a little more complicated.
Usually a one-page website that resembles a social networking profile, where the owner shares his or her interests, important information or biography. The information on such a site is not updated often and the main emphasis is on a colourful and sophisticated design.
Such a site is best suited to represent hobbies or certain personal qualities that are not professional in nature.
The essence can be identified from the name. Indeed, a business card site is a small one-page site with a minimum of professional information about a company, brand or individual.
The most popular and widespread site. It is in demand by people or companies whose professional development is at the beginning.
An independent point of sale with a shop window, a catalogue and all sorts of functions, from 3D browsing to an online fitting function.
The online shop is always complexly structured and multi-page. If you intend to sell highly competitive products, then special attention is paid to the design, which should be pleasing and simple.
A website that provides information about the company, being its commercial online representation.
A corporate website features a multi-level hierarchy, pages with calculations, graphs, tables, archives for downloading, all kinds of information about the team and partners, price lists, sections for customers, contact forms and other information.
Ideal for a large company or a branch of an international company opening in a new city.
A marketing tool that works in tandem with the main site, but is a separate unit aimed strictly at advertising and the resulting increase in sales.
This site is useful for eliminating a specific type of product or new product sales, for promotions or campaigns.
A site on a specific topic of interest to both a narrow (e.g. a cheese portal) and a broad (a news portal) audience. Portals highlight news feeds or forms for visitors to discuss topics.
Portals are good for introducing a particular topic to an audience and for fostering discussions on the topic.
It may seem similar to a personal website. In fact, a blog differs from a personal website in that it has constant updates of content, in the form of short posts.
A blog can consist of several pages. The structure of a blog is simple and straightforward for subscribers. The design varies in complexity, but always corresponds to the theme.
A blog serves as an additional source of advertising or brand awareness.
Stages of Website Development
After determining what kind of website is best for you and signing a contract with the contractor, the service of creating a website is divided into several stages.
- Creating a terms of reference. The terms of reference is the initial design of the website on paper. It is drawn up by the developer together with the client, prescribed down to the smallest detail, including wishes on design, structure and number of pages, functionality, technical requirements.
- SEO requirements and technical optimization tasks. SEO specialist or SEO team describes the structure of the site, technical requirements for programmers, system administrators (server setup) and other aspects. SEO accompanies the site at all stages of its creation and further life.
- The development of design layout. Based on the wishes enshrined in the terms of reference, or the corporate identity of the customer, the designer draws a view of several main pages of the site and submit them for the approval of the customer. Next, the design is finalized, until it is approved. In some cases, you can use ready-made design templates.
- Make-up site. After approving the design it is transferred to the chosen content management system. After this design become dynamic, the buttons are not just drawn, and already working. The site will display correctly in browsers and on screens of different resolutions.
Programming. This step is used only in complexly structured resources, with a set of additional functions such as calculations, calculations, online payment.
- Filling the site with content. The site is already on the finish line, the next step is “filling the gaps. A resource is supplemented with professional (SEO) text, graphics and video.
Testing. At this stage, a specialist checks the site for errors which need to be fixed before users can see it.
What does it Take to Set Up a Website?
The first thing you need to create a website is a team of specialists with in-depth knowledge of various fields:
- The sales manager or marketer brings the client in.
- A web designer makes the design layout.
- A layout designer brings the design layout to life by transferring it to the control system.
- A web programmer designs interactive units.
- An SEO specialist works to promote the site in search engines.
- A copywriter writes texts to fill the finished site.
- A tester checks the site for errors.
The development of a turnkey website is time-consuming work that requires the involvement of many different professionals to produce the best possible result in a relatively short period of time.
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