This is why you shouldn’t penny pinch when paying for a website
Almost every single buyer in the world compares prices and quotes.. and web design has its own breed too. When looking for a website, a client often asks ‘how much would it roughly cost’ before giving detailed info in order to retrieve a quote.
In this industry, it is very hard and rare to actually give a ‘rough’ quote before looking at the requirements of a given client, but the way we do so at complx.co is by telling the client that they’ll be spending no less or more than xyz in total.
Being a skinflint when it comes to your website is probably the worse path to go down, as undervaluing a web design service for YOUR BRAND, means that you are indirectly undervaluing your business.
Web designers and agencies go through masses of work and quality control to ensure that they deliver what is needed for your business. And this starts at the very first consultation, to the wire framing, designing and development of the website all the way until the final revisions.
If you value your brand and the service you provide to your customers then it’s important that you also value the pricing structure your web designer offers you.
This doesn’t mean that you should allow yourself to be ripped off, therefore our tip is that you should ask for a breakdown of the pricing: right from the hosting, to the design and development cost and then the maintenance plan there after.
We hope this allows you to see the value your web developer can bring you as well as avoiding a penny pinching mentality.