Building your own here for details. Use this to create your own:city reviews website with geo targeting will cost less than $200 and you don’t have to know any HTML. Install a premium theme called “Geo Places”. Below I’ve listed the costs you will incur. Click
- TripAdvisor Clone
- Cnet Clone
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Cost to Create a Yelp Website
1. $56/year for Webhosting. You need to purchase a domain name and webhosting before you start. I recommend Fatcow.com because if you purchase web hosting from them, they give you a free domain name, unlimited disk space, unlimited email accounts, unlimited MYSQL databases, 24×7 support, and much more. The $56 includes their current 40% promo, I don’t know how long this deal will last. Click here to check it out.
2. $0 for WordPress. WordPress is completely free. It’s open source and you can play around or download wordpress from wordpress.org.
3. $89.95 for GeoPlaces template. Afterwards it is completely yours and there is no extra fee you need to pay to use it. After you upload and activate the template on your wordpress site, it is a fully functional Citysearch, Yelp or Restaurant Review website. This is the perfect Restaurant as well. Check here for a demo/download the template.. This is a one time fee to purchase the premium
4. -$150 Advertising Credits. If you purchase your webhosting through Fatcow.com you will get $150 in advertising credits. Fatcow.com gives you $75 in Google Adwords credits, $50 in Facebook ads credits, $25 in Yahoo/Bing advertising credits and it’s free to list your business on YP.com (Yellowpages).
So that’s it. If you add in all the costs (Webhosting + WordPress + Fatcow.com gives you, you actually (Total cost + advertising credits) pay nothing to get your Yelp website started. This is the perfect WordPress Theme to build a website like Yelp, website like Citysearch, or any product/service review websites like Cnet.com or TripAdvisor.com.) it totals $145.95. Please keep in mind that the prices are subject to change, especially the webhosting because it’s currently on sale right now. If you add in the advertising credits