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Managing Website Project (Concept of Problem Predictions)

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Creating a website is not a small getaway; it is much more there than what it seems. Finding the right designer and content writer who understand your needs and taste is the first task, second is to get the website ready within your budget is another obstacle. But once the decision of investing in the recreation is made then there is no looking back. And when all this is sorted then you are ready to go; now it is time to get started and get going.

The success of the project mainly depends on the planning and the team, be it an internal project or has an agency partner; your plan has to be critical.

Because it is never too late to succeed

First thing first is to put together the information of the assets to build your new website. But this is just not it as different projects vary when it comes to their needs. Let’s just get you thinking forward.

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How much does a website cost?

How much does a website cost?

I get asked this on an almost daily basis. And the answer is: Exactly the right amount to make it work. There is no magic answer to this question. Us web designers and web developers, we don’t quote projects up per page anymore, those are days of the long ago past. We quote based on how long things will take us. So what we need from great clients (like you) is a proper, formulated brief.

If you can tell me what you want, and what you are looking to achieve, I’ll be happy to talk to you about your business plan and help you to decide the must-haves on your site, and the nice-to-haves. Once we know these, then (and only then) can I start to think about giving you a quote.

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▶ Agencies in Ahmedabad, Do you use freelance web designers? ◀

▶ Agencies in Ahmedabad, Do you use freelance web designers? ◀

I have been chatting to some of my regular agencies about their use of freelancers, and if they tell their end client that they employ freelancers to work on projects with them. I am curious as to how many agencies out there are happy to use freelancers to take on extra or overflow work, and if so, are you open with your clients about it?

I think most agencies use the term of ‘digital consultant’ when referring to me and what I did on their projects, it makes things sound much more professional than ‘a freelancer’ – but it amounts to the same thing.

Chatting to an account director friend of mine, we decided that on the whole, there are more pros than cons of using a good freelancer for your work – but what do you think? Please leave your comments below as I would be interested to know.

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