A website requires:
- a website host (the place to store your website on the web)
- a domain (the address for your site)
- a design
A website host can cost you anywhere between $1/month to $50/month. (The cheapest ones offer almost no design help and the more expensive ones obviously offer tons of design features for big businesses and stores.) You can route your domain to Tumblr and host there for $0.
A domain costs about $8 to $30/year.
The cost of your design can vary greatly depending on where your designer starts. I’m not a professional web developer, but I have I have enough technical knowledge and experience to help you either improve your current website situation or help you navigate the process of finding a service that works for you and setting it up. I can extensively customize Squarespace or Tumblr (or another of the many hosting options out there) to fit your needs for a fraction of the price of traditional web designers. No matter what your budget is, I could probably have you online in under a week.
As long as you provide the content, I can take care of everything else.
I’d also like to make sure that anyone visiting any of your social media pages can easily navigate around your brand’s various homes on the internet. You may also gain access to my own notes on marketing and the tools to manage these things for yourself in the future.