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Myhudsoncounty.com B2B Video Blog: How Much Should You Spend On a New Website?
 
NJ B2B Video Blog: How Much Should You Spend On a New Website?
 

A recent survey of approximately 1,000 businesses in northern and central New Jersey revealed that 24% of these small to mid-sized companies either had no company website, or felt that their current website was of little value to their business.

In 2011, as social media, mobile marketing and other options present new opportunities and challenges, many businesses still continue to neglect their company websites or actually operate without a company website! While the disadvantages of not having a website (and the actual harm businesses might be causing for themselves in terms of sales and image) are clear, many New Jersey businesses continue to operate without a website or with an inferior or non-functional website. Why?

One obvious reason is cost! There are many web design companies in New Jersey offering services and pricing that vary wildly. The vast majority of these New Jersey web design companies may be reputable, qualified and competent, with impressive client testimonials and experience. Others are of a more dubious nature, either 'dabbling' in website design, or simply not experienced enough in the ever-changing website design industry to provide reliable, quality services.

As CEO and lead technical advisor for Twilight Networks in Roseland, New Jersey, David Sisselman brings a long history of technological innovation, web design experience and leadership to the New Jersey business community. With a diverse background that extends far beyond the technology industry, Sisselman also brings design, SEO and marketing sensibilities and knowledge to the website design process. With this combination of advanced technological know-how and a real understanding of business and marketing objectives, Sisselman and his team provide an unusual, practical and valuable set of skills to New Jersey area companies seeking a local website design company.

As for how much you should expect to pay for a website, you'll have to watch this NJ B2B Video Blog featuring David Sisselman to get an answer to that question!

 You'll find more NJ B2B Videos Blogs, and a lot more northern and central New Jersey business information, on Point Media New Jersey county websites including mybergen.com, yoursomerset.com, yourmorris.com and yourhunterdon.com. Point Media, based in Montvale, New Jersey, is one of New Jersey's fastest growing producers of county-specific community websites. Currently, Point Media produces websites for five of New Jersey's 21 counties. Point Media will launch additional county websites in 2011 and 2012.