The general cost will be $200 to $500 dollars. This amount will be spread out on your URL, your framework (“template”), and labor. Your hosting will will be an additional expense depending on who you decide to host with. PRW does offer possible free hosting (see Hosting tab).
If you don’t already have a “dot com”, it will be about $14 / year for a new “untaken” web address. If the address you wished for is high-dollar or taken, PRW can advise on strategies for a different URL. Of course, what you choose is your identity. This is mainly what to avoid, common pitfalls. PRW recommends buying the URL outright from GoDaddy, with no hosting attached. This advice can be further explained.
Hosting can most likely cost around $7 per month, and is usually purchased in 1, 2, and 5 year blocks. There are free hosts, but PRW doesn’t recommend this option as your traffic can be exposed to competitor ads and malware. Read the Hosting tab to learn more.
Your framework, or template can come from three sources: You can browse ThemeForest.net for the HTML (about $18) or WordPress (about $45) template that you wish, PRW can provide one of several Dreamweaver templates (no charge), or PRW can manually configure a basic layout with possible multiple pages (no charge).
The labor includes creating and fitting graphics, logos, creation of the whole site, and sub-sites, making it more mobile friendly, search engine optimizing. Basically everything else.
PRW coaching sessions for learning WordPress administration for a nice, professional, e-commerce site are available to individuals in the San Diego area, and are at $50 per hour. PRW can give you notes, let you take notes, and can patiently assist you in one, or multiple sessions. This lets you learn directly and quickly, advanced techniques that will give you independence.
PRW does consider barters/trades with other industries, or product endorsement.