Building a website can seem like a daunting task to a small business owner. It’s probably not your favorite thing to do, and you might be dreading the process. But it doesn’t have to be hard. When starting to plan out your new site, you may ask yourself, how long does it take to build a new website?
The answer to this question will vary depending on the complexity of your site. Because I’m primarily working with small business owners, let’s assume that your site has fewer than 10 pages, and no features that require customization. A site like that could literally be built in a day. No kidding.
A site doesn’t have to take a long time to create, especially if the person building it is talented in what they do. Someone who can take some basic design direction, and turn it into a lead generating website that will start ranking with Google as quickly as possible.
Here’s the catch:
You MUST have your content ready in order to build a website that quickly. Having all of your ducks in a row makes the process go far faster than when we have to go back and forth over days, weeks, even months, to get the job done.
If you’re thinking about building or rebuilding your website, check out these five things to do when preparing for a website build. You can thank me later.
In the real world, however, websites often take at least a week. Many take more. If you really want to get your site up, and fast, let’s talk. I can help you make a plan to get that website up as quickly as possible, and still end up with a high-quality, lead generating, google ranking, site.