How To Make the Most of a Small Budget When Building a Startup Website

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Let’s say that you’ve got enough money to get your startup company off the ground. Congrats, you’re on your way! But now comes the opportunity to create growth, and that means taking your business online. To do so, you’ll need to build a startup website that shows you’re serious about your company. But how can you do so on a small budget?

Nothing good comes cheap – or so it seems. You do want to make sure you can put together something, but you want to do it on the right small budget. So how can you build a startup website when you don’t have millions of dollars to make it shine? The answer could be easier than you think it is.

Just keep a few of these things in mind when it comes to building that new website and you could find success without having to overspend. Remember, you can make something look like a million dollars without necessarily spending a million dollars.

Check Out Website Hosting Tools

The first thing you’ll want to look at is making sure the domain you want is available – and, more importantly, affordable. Fortunately, you can do this with a number of web hosting companies that offer great deals on their services.

For instance, WordPress is an excellent launching point. A lot of companies use WordPress to build a proper website with ease, along with tools to help build content with the right amount of effort. You only have to pay a meager $4 a month to launch this service, and you can create a startup website with the right people behind it.

There are others as well. Squarespace gives you a great place to build a site for a mere $10.80 per month. Wix is also quite good, offering $10 a month across a three-year plan to establish something greater. GoDaddy and Weebly also have services available, depending on what you’re looking for. Remember, a great website launches with a quality service. See what each of these has to offer, and then go from there. You don’t need to start from scratch to build something worthwhile – you just need the right partner.

Finding the Right Coders and Writers

Having a launch point for your startup website is nice. But what about the people necessary for putting it together? It’s here that you want to hire the right coders even on a small budget.

That can be a bit of a search in today’s job market. However, there are some tech-savvy people that know a thing or two about coding. Coders can help you create the format for your site, as well as place your content.

Coders can go a long way in building what you want. You just need to sit down and tell them what you want from your startup website. How do you want to attract new consumers? Do you want to go cheesy or super-serious? Establish what you wish to get from it, then begin putting it together. You’re also going to need content. The writing on your website isn’t going to put itself together. Have some good creative writers on hand to create the content that people will read on your startup website. It’ll take time to find the right approach, but once you get an idea of where you want to go, you can create it in just a few short days.

Between the proper service, good coders, and strong writers, you can have the website of your dreams in place. Just make sure you don’t hire anyone lazy or not willing to put in the effort. Otherwise, you’ll have the website of your nightmares.

Don’t Forget to Give the Website Some Push

So your website is ready. Huzzah! But how do you bring people there? It’s here that you’ll want to give social media some consideration.

By creating social media channels and giving yourself an online presence, you can build an audience for your startup website. Get social with potential consumers and tell them where they can visit. Talk to new customers and tell them about your website so they’ll visit and see your available services. Create something on TikTok with viral videos that will bring people to your website to see what you’re all about.

Having a website is a big plus, but you want to establish a good online base with your consumers. With social media tying into the site, you create a social hub that will build its audience. It won’t go into the millions right away, mind you, but you’ll be off to a great start. That certainly beats nothing.

So, remember, to make the most of a small budget: find a good website partner, great content builders, and strong online social media presence. Put these together and there’s nothing to stop your startup website from growing into a massive success!

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