I build online applications which often happen to be websites. What does that mean? A website often starts as a simple brochure. It might be no more than an extended version of a business card. Such sites rarely do much good in the long term. They may provide a little customer traffic and can sometimes help existing customers find your phone number or directions to find you. A simple brochure is not an application. Many brochure sites fail to earn as much as they cost.
An application does something more. For example, it might be
A website with built in applications like this can be up and running for as little as $500. Not a static brochure website but one that you can easily extend and maintain yourself.
From there, its up to you, your customers and perhaps your staff. The site could include facilities for managing bookings, running events, selling products, paying for courses... Here are a few examples of sites that I've worked on.
Note that the $500 basic site fee does not include domain registration or site hosting fees.
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