Website costs for SMEs in Ireland: How much should you pay?

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by Oonagh McCutcheon
17 Jan 2018

What’s in the ebook?

After 20 years working with Irish businesses we’ve compiled all the information you need when deciding on a budget for your website.

Our advice is broken down into practical and manageable tasks, showing you what you need to consider when going through the process.

In this guide, we take a closer look at the costs involved, and how to make the most of your budget when developing a new website. The ebook profiles four typical Irish business scenarios for:

•  Start-up (1 part time staff)
•  Micro business (less than 3 employees)
•  Small business (less than 5 employees)
•  Medium-sized business (up to 20 employees)

Variables to consider for your site

So how can an SME in Ireland decide on the right amount to spend? It will of course, depend on the size and nature of your business, as well as the sophistication of the website itself in terms of the technical elements needed. It also depends on how the website is positioned in terms of your overall marketing strategy.

Many SME’s say that there is simply ‘no need’ in for a website in their industry while others complain of a lack of expertise, finance or time.

We’re here to help fill that gap, to provide relevant and up to date information for businesses that want to get online.

Download or read the full ebook to learn more…

Oonagh McCutcheon is our Corporate Communications Manager and National Director of our .IE Digital Town Programme.


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