Are you thinking about a new website? Maybe your existing website is outdated, slow to load, and looks like it was made in Microsoft Publisher. If so, you might be wondering: how much does it cost to redesign a website? 

Well, many factors determine the cost of a redesign, including the project scope, the size of the website, your content needs, and more. But at Adopt the Web, we typically charge $1,200 for a 5-page website design.

The team was recently recognized as one of the top SEO companies in Kentucky — you’re in capable hands, and we’d love to help you with your website design.

We can rebuild and redesign your website from the ground up, creating a more modern, responsive, and better-looking website for your business. 

Why choose a 5-page website design

Many small business owners choose a 5-page website design. It’s simple, easy to use, and straightforward to manage.

Typically, these pages include the following:

  1. Homepage
  2. About page
  3. Products/services
  4. Contact page
  5. Blog

If you’re looking for slightly different variations or entirely new pages, then we can also accommodate your needs.

And if you do decide to go the route of a blog, we have a fantastic team on hand who can create monthly blog content to help you increase search engine optimization — increasing search volume to your new website redesign. 

How to know if your website is outdated?

If your website is outdated, it may be slow to load, unresponsive on certain devices, or, god forbid, still using bright backgrounds and old-school fonts from the 90s. 

So, if that sounds like you and your website, then it’s likely in need of a redesign.

Work with the ATW team today

If you’re looking to rebuild and redesign your website, then work with the Adopt the Web team today.

We’re here to help bring your vision to life, whether that’s a small business website for a local brewery, a large e-commerce website, or something in between. Whatever it is, we can’t wait to get started.

Jarod Thornton

Author Jarod Thornton

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