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Hello interested in creating a website a website like rightmove, how much budget I need/what knowledge and information I need? Where can I find more information ? I am not a software professional.… Read More
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4m, 1w agoPosted 4 months, 1 week ago
Hello

interested in creating a website a website like rightmove, how much budget I need/what knowledge and information I need? Where can I find more information ?
I am not a software professional. .

thank you
schwarzennegger Avatar
4m, 1w agoPosted 4 months, 1 week ago
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#1
£50 Wordpress with an add on from theme forest/ code canyon

Once you get your site tens / hundreds of thousands for hosting advertising marketing and truly making it scalable to cope
#2
To set up something like Zoopla, or Right move with similar scale and functionality, plus advertising marketing, sales, support, billing, accounts, HR etc, you'd need backing of at least c£5M to to kick it off.
#3
This article will give you an idea of scale. One of the above spends £20M on marketing alone every year. its not just setting up a website, otherwise anyone could do it.

http://dailym.ai/11Xf3QI
banned#4
dothedealnow
To set up something like Zoopla, or Right move with similar scale and functionality, plus advertising marketing, sales, support, billing, accounts, HR etc, you'd need backing of at least c£5M to to kick it off.

You should be able to buy the "site" alone for circa £100k now the template has been written. That is of course dependent on who owns the development & IT rights. If its rightmove or zoopla that owns it then the OP would indeed have to pay hundreds of thousands/millions to get it developed elsewhere.
#5
gyro85
£50 Wordpress with an add on from theme forest/ code canyon

Once you get your site tens / hundreds of thousands for hosting advertising marketing and truly making it scalable to cope


Quite right, however I would multiply your initial costs by 1Ox. Its Millions to setup and run PA. One of the above companies spends £20,000,000 on marketing alone each year!
banned#6
dothedealnow
gyro85
£50 Wordpress with an add on from theme forest/ code canyon
Once you get your site tens / hundreds of thousands for hosting advertising marketing and truly making it scalable to cope
Quite right, however I would multiply your initial costs by 1Ox. Its Millions to setup and run PA. One of the above companies spends £20,000,000 on marketing alone each year!

The OP is talking about the "website" not the running costs of a business.
#7
Thank you guys so much for that all info..still i have to read a lot!
#8
Try wix.com there's some pretty good starter sites you'll like.
#9
bubblin77
Try wix.com there's some pretty good starter sites you'll like.
Thank you will do
#10
dothedealnow
This article will give you an idea of scale. One of the above spends £20M on marketing alone every year. its not just setting up a website, otherwise anyone could do it.

http://dailym.ai/11Xf3QI

Thank you..article is really give me insights
#11
gyro85
£50 Wordpress with an add on from theme forest/ code canyon

Once you get your site tens / hundreds of thousands for hosting advertising marketing and truly making it scalable to cope

thank you
#12
YouDontWantToKnow
dothedealnow
gyro85
£50 Wordpress with an add on from theme forest/ code canyon
Once you get your site tens / hundreds of thousands for hosting advertising marketing and truly making it scalable to cope
Quite right, however I would multiply your initial costs by 1Ox. Its Millions to setup and run PA. One of the above companies spends £20,000,000 on marketing alone each year!

The OP is talking about the "website" not the running costs of a business.


The website dies not function without 250 physical servers, c80 developers........
#13
schwarzennegger
dothedealnow
This article will give you an idea of scale. One of the above spends £20M on marketing alone every year. its not just setting up a website, otherwise anyone could do it.

http://dailym.ai/11Xf3QI

Thank you..article is really give me insights


My pleasure.

Here is one on the infrastructure that keeps the Rightmove website up. Think of the website as the reception of a large office and factory block full of people, processes, equipment, tools and filing cabinets.

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/news/articles/rightmove-news/what-does-it-take-to-keep-rightmove-running-247/
#14
dothedealnow
schwarzennegger
dothedealnow
This article will give you an idea of scale. One of the above spends £20M on marketing alone every year. its not just setting up a website, otherwise anyone could do it.http://dailym.ai/11Xf3QI
Thank you..article is really give me insights
My pleasure.
Here is one on the infrastructure that keeps the Rightmove website up. Think of the website as the reception of a large office and factory block full of people, processes, equipment, tools and filing cabinets.http://www.rightmove.co.uk/news/articles/rightmove-news/what-does-it-take-to-keep-rightmove-running-247/



Thank you so much..just had an idea! Didn't know this much money needed first..then all the other stuffs you are mentioned! crazy!
#15
schwarzennegger
dothedealnow
schwarzennegger
dothedealnow
This article will give you an idea of scale. One of the above spends £20M on marketing alone every year. its not just setting up a website, otherwise anyone could do it.http://dailym.ai/11Xf3QI
Thank you..article is really give me insights
My pleasure.
Here is one on the infrastructure that keeps the Rightmove website up. Think of the website as the reception of a large office and factory block full of people, processes, equipment, tools and filing cabinets.http://www.rightmove.co.uk/news/articles/rightmove-news/what-does-it-take-to-keep-rightmove-running-247/



Thank you so much..just had an idea! Didn't know this much money needed first..then all the other stuffs you are mentioned! crazy!


Folks think a website is a page on a server, for some that display info with only a few hits a minute it could be stored on your home PC. However as you as you start adding more, such as transactions, searches and multiple databases to support it, the costs go through the roof.
Good luck with what you decide to do. Don't let this put you off. Research all the info first. Often you can just sell an idea!
#16
dothedealnow
schwarzennegger
dothedealnow
schwarzennegger
dothedealnow
This article will give you an idea of scale. One of the above spends £20M on marketing alone every year. its not just setting up a website, otherwise anyone could do it.http://dailym.ai/11Xf3QI
Thank you..article is really give me insights
My pleasure.
Here is one on the infrastructure that keeps the Rightmove website up. Think of the website as the reception of a large office and factory block full of people, processes, equipment, tools and filing cabinets.http://www.rightmove.co.uk/news/articles/rightmove-news/what-does-it-take-to-keep-rightmove-running-247/
Thank you so much..just had an idea! Didn't know this much money needed first..then all the other stuffs you are mentioned! crazy!
Folks think a website is a page on a server, for some that display info with only a few hits a minute it could be stored on your home PC. However as you as you start adding more, such as transactions, searches and multiple databases to support it, the costs go through the roof.
Good luck with what you decide to do. Don't let this put you off. Research all the info first. Often you can just sell an idea!


Thank you so much for your encouraging words,and the way how you are helping giving more info..yes i will do! Don't know what the future holds,but i will do my work! Unfortunately i couldn't thank you in personal message,not able to send private message.

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