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How long does it usually take you to develop a new website?

A professional website is a tool that helps your business in a wide variety of activities such as:

  • lead generation,
  • demonstration of your products and services,
  • branding and positioning,
  • communications,
  • cost-reductions
  • and much more.

In a competitive market, such as the Raleigh-Durham, coming up with a successful design is not a matter of drag-and-drop. Our process includes an overview of your industry, of your main competitors and the strategies used to attract new business.

It usually takes around 7-8 weeks for us to complete a small brochure website redesign. However this time frame can change based on the work needed for business strategy and branding and the additional scope of the project.

Do you have a cohesive competitive strategy in place? Do you have a valuable competitive advantage in your niche? Is you branding aligned with your business’ logic and with its core concepts?

So even though a small website can take about two months (7-8 weeks), from the moment that we sign the agreement to the moment we go live on the Internet, still it is important to consider that in order to make the website generate positive ROI for your business, you’ll need to think on how to attract more qualified traffic to your site. The website itself is only a part what makes our AIM System so effective.

If you would like more information or you are interested in getting a free estimate, please contact us today.


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