If you’re in the market for a website, there are some key areas to consider.
While there are plenty of ‘DIY options for creating website’s, if you’re not tech savvy, then my suggestion is to find yourself a good website designer/developer to help you set it all up.
Collate all your ideas and your wish list into a detailed brief, so you can get a firm idea of how much cost you will need to outlay for a website.
Be clear about what you get for your investment and be sure to ask if the cost of a domain name and site hosting is included in the quoted price.
Websites don’t need to cost the earth, but you do need to get the fundamentals right.
Do your research, check out your competition, then get started on writing that brief.
Most importantly, source a few different quotes, so you can make an informed decision before signing on the dotted line.