If you’re in the market for selecting a trusted vendor to create an amazing dental website for you, you’ll more than likely see two options available to you:
Selecting from Dental Websites that are truly custom, or Template Dental Websites
What exactly are you getting?
The minimum cost for a dental website built by a single developer
That’s $4,500-$5,000. This is the lowest price you can get. For this kind of price, you’ll receive a one-page website with no customization – and that’s it! There will be some basic functionality: A contact form, an order form, basic website functionality (a few pages), and possibly an events calendar.
This option is good if you want to show off your business (at the most basic level) to potential buyers and clients. It allows you to showcase your name and specialty – but doesn’t allow for much customization or additional pages.
If you want to go a little bit further, the cost will vary between $5,000-$6,500. For this price range, you’ll get a 2-4 page dental website with some basic functionality in it.
Some possible features:
An events calendar (if you already have events scheduled), contact information on your website, an “about us” section with your biography and photo – so on and so forth. You’re getting slightly more than what the minimum option gives you. But, still nothing major or life-changing.
Hitting the right price point often requires a clear understanding of what you want your website to do for you.
How do you get a basic website started?
Before you finalize on a price, make sure that you know what you want your website to do for you. Not only that, but how much can you spend on getting it done?
Here’s the downside to spending a large amount of money with one vendor.
You may get one or two features in your website, but if they’re poorly designed and not really functional or user-friendly, it can be frustrating for you and your clients.
We’ll teach you what it’s like to work with a client and how to work with them to get the best price for your dental website. (And that’s not just lip service – we mean it!)