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Building a firm website

I am planning on going solo in the next year or so. Does any donkeymonkey1103/14/19
Go with squarespace. You can make a decent looking site with thirdtierlaw03/14/19
Thanks donkeymonkey1103/14/19
Hire an inexpensive place that will build you a cookie cutte guyingorillasuit03/14/19
A decent site with decent SEO will be around 500/month tttsolo03/18/19
donkeymonkey11 (Mar 14, 2019 - 9:51 pm)

I am planning on going solo in the next year or so. Does anyone have any suggests for building one? I am not looking for anything fancy. At most, I would need for a potential client to contact me through the website (ie: submit a comment), but that is it. I don't really need to advertise/market via the website. I only really need it because clients in my field expect firms to have a website, even if such a website is as basic as possible. Is using something like squarespace sufficient?


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thirdtierlaw (Mar 14, 2019 - 9:53 pm)

Go with squarespace. You can make a decent looking site without much work and it is super easy to add content.

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donkeymonkey11 (Mar 14, 2019 - 9:59 pm)

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guyingorillasuit (Mar 14, 2019 - 10:12 pm)

Hire an inexpensive place that will build you a cookie cutter website. I like webvolutions. Use the time it would have taken you to do squarespace to bill your clients thousands of dollars in billable hours.

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tttsolo (Mar 18, 2019 - 4:29 pm)

A decent site with decent SEO will be around 500/month

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