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Q: how much will it cost to create a web page

4 years 50 weeks ago in  Web & Technology - Shanghai

 
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One non anonymous post. That is the price.

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Why that depends on a lot of variables. I would say not much if you do it yourself. If you get someone to do it then you get what you pay for. Why would such a question need to be posted anon?

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Agree with Lord Hanson, there are tons of variables. 

 

Is it an eCommerce shop, a brochure site or some kind of a web portal/app? 

 

Do you want something simple or something professional like up to international business standard? 

 

On average, I normally charge a client 6000 RMB (small brochure site) to 100 000 (large web portal/app) RMB per website. I usually charge in USD as 99% of my clients are foreigners. If you want cheaper you are risking quality and may as well just learn and do it yourself. If you want help, contact me... I have done work for huge companies and small start-ups alike. 

 

Just a quick note, Chinese designed sites are usually horribly sub-par in terms of international standards. So DO NOT hire Chinese designers if you plan to sell/display a product to foreigners. 

 

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I wish RobK all the best with his companies, but really, it's not for me.

 

Nice websites, but dig deep and you find that many of the companies who have provided testimonials have folded.

 

The Taobao expat website has potential, but not if I have to search Taobao myself.  How about an email service where I could ask for "folding e-bike I can take on subway".  That would be worth a premium if I was sent an email back with screenshots and price.

 

 

 

 

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Cost me $4.00 a month, with Yahoo to make my online school

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Take the time and create your own. There are several free website templates available. You pay for your domain and or, whatever other services that you require. And away you go. Many individuals and companies will promise you the world, take your money and provide poor quaility service, I mean run or the page will be 5H1TE. I paid a company in (ZJ) Zhangjiagang to design one for my school, it turn out looking like something a 5 year old draws was terrible, then I couldn't find them. I'm in the process of doing my own at the moment when finding time. The thing about China is they control the domain names if It's related to .cn. The UK now has several domains ending in UK, London etc. Good Luck.

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You want the application ready and deployed in record time, but also want to make some savings on the budget? If you are surrounded by these kinds of queries, you can hire web developers California, who can effortlessly fulfill your requirement criteria.

Clavax Technologies LLC is a technology outsourcing partner, offering IT services and solutions to their clients from diverse factions of the economy.

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Not much, just EVERYTHING.

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