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Bing has already gained significant market share over the past few years and is up to around 17 plus %. Yahoo on the other hand is falling so Google is just staying steady at around 67%. http://searchengineland.com/bing-ends-2013-with-all-time-high-in-us-market-share-but-google-also-up-comscore-181876"
A low budget is generally below 5 thousand. Anything less than 5 thousand is typically a pretty low web development budget that would not pay for a lot of functionality and features from an established web agency unless you outsourced over seas to a cheaper market in which you will most likely get spaghetti code. "
I think the average business generating less than 500k in revenue will spend less than 5000 but once your generating in the millions spending over 5000 on a website is a good investment. It depends on what your definition of small is, some people use micro business for really small businesses with a couple of employees and low revenue. I think the average micro/small business is not investing more than 5000, but that may be a mistake and is one of the many examples of why small businesses might stay small. "
I cannot disclose our clients revenue but I can tell that Designs By JuJu is a great example of a client who is relatively small compared to our bigger clients but has grown tremendously by properly investing in our services and putting in her own time with online marketing effectively. "