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Companies, both large and small, want to know what a website will cost them before moving forward with such an investment. Unfortunately, there is no exact answer that can be provided without knowing their unique set of business needs first. Very much like asking how much a house costs, the answer depends on a variety of factors, including how big it is, what features are needed, the location, and the layout. A website is your business' online home; how much are you willing to pay for it? While smaller businesses can get away with a relatively cheap informational website ranging from $3,000-$5,000, if the website is the backbone of your revenue model, you can expect that the additional required functionality to increase the cost. Typically, medium-sized business websites in 2016 can cost anywhere from $8k to $20k, while large (or web-based) businesses can expect to pay $10-100k+ for a website. These increased costs are all related to the amount of functionality. The more expensive websites have web application development needs (where specific business, membership, or complex e-commerce tasks are carried out).

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UNDP has always been fundamental in the development of programs and the organization of national efforts to support Syria and its neighboring countries since the onslaught of the Syria Crisis. Recently, UNDP has developed an outline of the countries in need and the projects aimed to help them. This mobile-friendly website describes, in detail, the objectives and activities of the various response plans laid out in Villar’s book.

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Introducing Green Group Studio’s latest web application development – Brew2u. Designed and coded by Green Group Studio, Brew2u is an online marketplace that gives consumers easy online access to local liquor stores – even those without websites. Customers can explore Brew2u’s functional and responsive site via desktop, tablet or mobile phone, and choose from a range of alcoholic beverages and supplemental party goodies to be delivered right to their door.

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Responsive Web Design:
One website, Many devices.

With 91% of U.S. residents always within reach of a smartphone and/or tablet, there is only one solution for your website: Responsive Web Design. 28% of Internet usage comes from mobile phones and is projected to take over desktop usage by 2014. Without a mobile-friendly site, you’ll be driving users to your competition. According to Masha Fisch of Google Mobile Ads Marketing, “67% of users are more likely to buy from a mobile-friendly site, so if that site’s not yours, you’ll be missing out in a big way.” 

  

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