If you’re planning a website redesign in 2020, don’t miss this ‘How much does a website cost?’ article from the agency Outlandish. It’s five years old but still completely relevant.
They go through a series of price points, from £0 to £500 to £5,000 and on and on, and tell you what you can expect to get for each budget. SUPER handy.
Two more options that I would add, which non-profits can use to create free or very cheap websites, are:
- Mailchimp – they have recently added a website builder capability, which has a free option. This service can integrate seamlessly with a Mailchimp mailing list.
- Tumblr – while it’s technically a social media platform, Tumblr is also really handy for creating blog sites. It doesn’t have the functionality for building a full website with online donations, but it’s really handy for creating campaign microsites or standalone blogs.