Digital Marketing Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

This is hopefully a good resource for you to be able to find a number of answers to some of the most common questions our clients (prospective and current) might have. Please let us know if we should add any other questions to this section.


How Much Does Web Design Cost?


Web Design Costs from Target Grow can range from £239 for a basic/starter three page website and go right through to £7000 or more for fully developed, content rich eCommerce or sales websites.

The cost really comes down to how many pages you would like your website to be, and how much content you’d like on those pages.

Why Choose Target Grow for Your Digital Marketing Needs?


Target Grow offers a friendly personalised service that gives all our expert attention to just ONE client at a time.

For this reason we believe we can offer something much more beneficial to both YOUR company, and for ourselves in terms of quality, responsiveness and output!

Does Target Grow Have Customer Service?

Of course!

Our friendly and knowledgeable support team is here to assist you as quickly as possible in the unlikely event that you have any issues.

You can send an email 24/7 via [email protected] or you can call anytime in normal business hours in the UK on our number via our CONTACT PAGE

What Is Target Grows Payment Policy?

Target Grow operates a plan of a 50% payment on the signing of a contract between parties, and requires the final 50% before project handover will occur.

Projects will not be released under any circumstances without full payment having been received.

Once full payment is received all relevant passwords and login details will be immediately and securely shared with you.

What Areas Does Target Grow Cover?

THE PLANET!

Seriously though, whilst we are locally based for website design services in Bracknell and Wokingham, we cover all of the Thames Valley region including Ascot, Reading, Maidenhead, Windsor, Sandhurst and Camberley, whilst boasting clients across the UK as well as in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada and the USA.