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Selecting the perfect website package for your project can be a time-consuming endeavor, particularly when considering size, complexity, and functionality. At Pittsburgh SEO Services, we make it easier with custom packages designed to fit any budget – whether you’re an individual or a business looking for something basic or more advanced. With our comprehensive range of solutions available at competitive prices, we’ll ensure that you find precisely the right website plan to meet your needs!

WORDPRESS
A one page semi custom website with unlimited revisions built within the design limitations of the theme you choose is $200
A one page fully custom website with unlimited revisions customized to your needs $300
3 page website is averaging $150 per page
5 page website gets into some discounts averaging $500
10 page website is bundled at $750
Larger websites and projects as well other platforms other than WordPress are quoted individually

All websites will be considered completed upon your satisfaction. As little as $100 to get started and the remainder broke into payments or upon completion.

Jon Crain Changed status to publish August 11, 2023
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Most of the websites we build are WordPress based but we do offer multiple other popular platforms like Wix, Squarspace, Weebly, Joomla, Shopify, Drupal, WooCommerce and many others.

WordPress One Page multiple sections limited customization $200
WordPress One Page multiple sections full customization $300
WordPress three or more Pages multiple sections limited customization $100 per page
WordPress three or more Pages multiple sections limited customization $150 per page

We recommend finding existing websites that you like and we can take ideas from or ask us to see templates and we can provide a variety of choices.

All of our websites will be mobile responsive and quick loading. We recommend a SSL https certificate, all major hosting companies provide this.

You will need a domain and hosting we can make suggestions or handle this part for you.

Jon Crain Changed status to publish March 3, 2022
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