With internet penetration in Nigeria soaring year on year, having a web presence is essential for any business to thrive. Over one million SMEs and startups in Nigeria lack a website and over a half of that number are yet to have a presentable premium website. This is largely because the average cost of building a typical website falls between ₦70,000 – ₦150,000, which is a lot upfront investment for a startup business.
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