Website Price

Agency of Rosh Sillars

Website Pricing Calculator

This calculator is the one we use at i3 to help estimate our website costs. You are welcome to use it too. We use a point system which makes this a universal calculator for any size company. This calculator allows us (and you) to apply any value to each point based on your costs of doing business. A small company might use a value of $15-$20 per point while a large agency might need $75-$85 per point to stay in business. We, at i3, charge between $25 – $35 per point depending on the scope of entire marketing project, our team workload/bandwidth and complexity of the project. This calculator gives us a good starting point. We hope you find it useful too. Note: Select the options above the descriptions and click the Your fee button at the bottom of the page for your answer.

Point Fee:

Point Fee: The point system makes this a universal calculator. Users can charge a different rate per point value. Feel free to adjust rates until you find your comfort zone. An independent professional may only charge $20 per point and a large agency may charge $80 per point. Select how much you wish to change per point. Note: The calculator gives you the answer at the bottom of this page.

Website Type:

Website Type: What level of website development is reqired? A landing page is an advertising page created for pay-per-click campaigns. WP stands for WordPress. WP Basic: This website uses a template availble free from WordPress with a few design and code adjustments. WP Premium: This website requires a purchased premium template with design and code customization. Custom WordPress: This website needs 100% custom design, development and coding for the WordPress platform. Custom Code:This website is custom designed and coded using HTML5,CSS3,PHP,JS etc. – no WordPress


Pages: How many pages will the website have? LP stands for landing page. Pick up means the landing page is based on an established design. New means the landing page requires a new design.

Responsive Design:

Responsive Design: Will the website be developed using responsive design? Responsive design – the website and content adjusts based on the size of the screen it is viewed

E-commerces :

E-commerce: Will this be an ecommerce website (accept online payments)? Ecommerce sites tend to be more complex than non-commerce sites.

Blog :

Blog: Is a blog a part of the website design and development?

Forms/Widgets :

Forms/Widgets: How many forms and/or widgets will be on the website? A form can be an email capture or request form. A widget might show a twitter feed or display a custom calculator