New Site Pricing


When you order a site to be created, we sit down with you for your ideas on what you’d like your site to look like. For budget purposes, you should plan on paying $250-$300 for the artwork and creation of your homepage. Then plan on something like an average of $60-$65 per page after that. Some pages cost less and some pages (such as creating a form) will cost more. Flash animation and custom artwork is billed at $65 per hour. These fees are, of course, plus tax for Texas residents.

A typical Web site page is one or two screens (scroll down once or twice) of about 500 words and one or two graphics. After 500 words your visitors will get bored with paging down and be tempted to leave your site. We suggest that if you have a lot of information, you use more than one page.

If your site consists of two or three pages, with a couple graphics on each page and possibly a form to send information to you, you should budget in the $500-$600 range. You would not be able to advertise to the whole world with any other media for a price that low. Change to the site, once published, is at a rate of $65 per hour. Changes typically include price changes to products offered on your site, addition of products, etc. So if you want a picture added or some verbiage edited it would typically cost about $6.50 to have that done.

Just a quick note to anyone interested in having their own Web site written and published to the World Wide Web or having their existing Web site hosted and/or marketed. Huey Productions has been a key part in our success for seven years. They have always performed their task in a professional and timely manner. We have referred and continue to refer many clients to Huey Productions. They are folks that know their product and do what they say they will do. You can count on them to do you a good job at a reasonable rate.