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Website Development Costs

What a company or organization spends in creating or updating its website. These costs can vary widely. One may put together a basic website for the cost of a small program and of writing the content. On the other hand, one may spend a great deal of money on a website with custom designed graphics and interactive features. How much an organization spends in website development costs depends on how much business it can expect from the Internet and the extent to which a well-presented website will affect its reputation.
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Ongoing expenses include Web site development costs, start-up funding for new products and funds for printing new materials.
Designed to help enterprises lower Web site development costs and align business objectives and customers, EMC Documentum (emc.
And the fourth would be Web site development costs.
The treatment of Web site development costs is no exception.
To determine the proper treatment of Web site development costs, you must identify the expenditures' nature and purpose such as initial content planning, domain name acquisition, content and HTML file creation, testing, redesign, and content updates.
Advertising on the 'Net is becoming increasingly common and marketers are finding that it's a good way to recover some of the Web site development costs.
We believe that Stock-Trak's experience and expertise will substantially reduce web site development costs and shorten our time to market.
Company management attributed the loss to an increase in SG&A expenses that include an aggressive marketing program, Web site development costs, increased payroll for the expanding staff, and $495,043 amortization of goodwill associated with the acquisition of Becan Distributors.
Completion of this phase of the financing is an important step for us," said Ron Conquest, FTM Media's chief executive officer, "as the majority of these funds will be used toward Web site development costs and bridge debt repayment.
The study, conducted by International Data Corporation (IDC), revealed than while only 20 percent of Web site development costs are spent on hardware and off-the-shelf software, 80 percent is spent on custom software development and integration.