Pricing that scales to fit your needs

How much does a website cost?

These days, it's pretty easy to find just about everything under the sun on the web. Unfortunately for most nonprofits and businesses out there, understanding how much you'll need budget to create a professional website is like navigating a paddle boat in a tsunami.

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"Ballparking it"
When it comes to most anything in life, it always pays off to start from a high level. In sales, you can call this "Ballparking it."

In general, you can ballpark the price of your website using a few general rules of thumb.

What size is your organization & its audience?

Would you consider your website to have basic, intermediate, advanced, or enterprise needs (ie. an online brochure or a dynamic site with login functionality, forms, etc.)?

Basically, each project is unique and deserves a quote catered to you.

YOUR WEBSITE IS A REVENUE GENERATOR NOT AN EXPENSE

What is the value of gaining new members?

Using your website as a digital marketing tool, you can create huge opportunities for membership related revenue. Your site can help you in meeting simple monthly goals, and create a path to enrolling new members, and better serving your current members.

Memberships are Won and Lost Online.

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American Mushroom Institute
“We chose Accrisoft not only for their experience working with associations, but also because their system is so comprehensive. Because the system is so complete, we are able to eliminate some third party services like email marketing and event management, as we can perform these functions within Accrisoft Freedom and save money on those line items in our budget.”
— Lori Harrison, Director of Communication
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