Cheap Website Design Fear

Should you be scared of ‘cheap’ web design packages?

There’s a certain word that is bandied about an awful lot when it comes to web design packages: ‘cheap’. It’s one, too, that can provoke as much fear as it does joy in the average online business owner. On one hand, you have the responsibility to get the best possible deal for your company when you are shopping around for packages. But then again, in today’s economic climate, it can undoubtedly be an even greater risk to take a punt on a ludicrously cheap web design package that ends up really setting back your company’s chances of online success.

The solution to this quandary is, of course, to keep informed, asking question after question if you need to. It can be especially reassuring, though, if you choose a web design firm that is absolutely transparent and trustworthy to begin with – one that, in other words, has a long list of satisfied past clients and that makes clear the components of its various packages.

Choose a package that suits your website, and only your website

There are certain requirements that all online business owners have of a web design package… such as that it helps to increase conversions of visitors to sales and make their site more visible in the search engines.

There are, however, many other more specific requirements that you may have. Is there, for example, a certain budget that you absolutely cannot overrun? Maybe it’s an especially great priority of yours to have a content management system as part of any package, or perhaps you’re looking for a starter package under a certain price that includes the likes of domain name registration, Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools?

We could continue talking about the intricacies of our various web design packages, not to mention our bespoke web design expertise… but why not just contact us now for more specific information? We’ll ensure that every penny that you spend on web design with us is well invested.

  2 comments for “Cheap Website Design Fear

  1. Mitchell Price
    1st December 2012 at 5:08 am

    No Really related to your blog but I was wondering if blogs use WYSIWYG editors or if
    you have to manually code with HTML.
    I want a blog for my business but have no coding experience so I wanted to get advice from
    someone with experience. Any help would be enormously appreciated!

    • 14th December 2012 at 7:47 pm

      The website CMS software we use offers both code view and a website editor – just email us if we can help you — we don’t charge for advice 🙂

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