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How Much Would This Cost?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Anderson1990, Aug 22, 2015.

  1. Anderson1990

    Anderson1990 Junior Member

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    Hello,

    I am normally somewhat active on the Instagram section of BHW, but I'm currently in the process of designing my fashion-niche website and wanted to seek some web-developing advice as I am still in the early stages.

    I am looking to develop a website very similar to SorayaBakhtiar(dot)com. I have already created the mockup of how I want the site to look (via Photoshop) and would like to inquire what the average development cost for such a site would be and whether you could recommend or point me to some great, reliable web-developers and/or firms that I can work with to achieve similar results.

    Any tips would be highly appreciated! Thanks!
     
  2. Earned Results

    Earned Results Junior Member

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    This is just a blog, right? Not an eCommerce store?

    You have a couple options.

    One is to post on Freelancer.com and have people bid on it. You can expect to pay anywhere from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars.

    The second one: If you're feeling confident in your Photoshop mockups and web design ability, you can send your PSDs off to Codemyconcept.com to have them code a Wordpress theme of your PSD. You'd have to provide them a few different pages (homepage, single post page, category page, etc), but if most of the category/archive/search templates are similar, they'll cut you a break on the cost and won't charge you full price for several individual pages. This will run you anywhere from $300 to $600 depending on the complexity of the theme. Codemyconcept does great work.

    Hope this helps.
     
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  3. magicangeleyes

    magicangeleyes Newbie

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    Hello,


    Is the blog be the main attraction or is your main goal for e-commerce?
     
  4. jhtweee455

    jhtweee455 Regular Member

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    Just get a theme from themeforest. Easily better.
     
  5. petirthunder

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    theme forest could help your time.... just make sure it suit your needs
     
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    That website is a blog and is build on wordpress so as mentioned here the best choice for you it will be to install wordpress get a theme ( themeforest is a good place to start), install the theme and afterwards is easy to manage/ create the content.

    If you have a problem installing the wordpress cms and the theme you can find some one to help you. If you don't have many requirements I can help you for free.

    This will be the best and cheapest solution for you at this time.
     
  7. petirthunder

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    that website cost $59 on themeforest
     
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    Get something that you can use from themeforest. It's one of the best options that you can have, for now, especially if you have minimal knowledge in HTML coding and Photoshop.