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This is how much a WordPress website costs

This is how much a WordPress website costs

I came across an article on the Web.Search.Social website (h/t to Dino Dogan for sharing the link) that should be required reading for anyone shopping around for a WordPress website.

Heck, it wouldn’t hurt developers to give it a read too, just to see where their services (and prices) stack up within this breakdown.

The post — 50 Shades Of WordPress: How Much Does A WordPress Site Cost? — tells you exactly what the headline promises.

Basically, WordPress sites can run you from around $1,000 on the low end for something close to out-of-the-box to well over $10,000 for a highly customized site.

The real value in the post is where the author breaks down the varying levels of WordPress development into three easy-to-understand categories, and what the buyer can expect out of the developer for each category.

An extremely summarized version will show you that an out-of-the-box site setup, theme installation and getting all the pagework and navigation set up will set you back around $1,000; you get all that plus some theme customizations and third-party integrations (plug-ins) for around $2,000-$5,000; a highly-tailored project that typically involves developing a customized theme from scratch will usually run around $10,000.

But that really only scratches the surface. Go and read the post for probably the best breakdown of WordPress development costs and expectations I’ve ever seen.

READ IT- 50 Shades Of WordPress: How Much Does A WordPress Site Cost?

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