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What's wrong with being a cheap website designer?

Updated: Jan 29, 2019

It's 2019. More and more people are becoming entrepreneurial and the economy is better for it. And what are one of the fundamental requirements of a new business? Digital presence.


Having worked in marketing for various companies over many years, I have overseen the production of many high-end websites which cost thousands of pounds, and likewise have built very affordable websites for smaller businesses. Whilst there will always be a market for bespoke, expensive websites which need to perhaps connect to CRM or stock management systems, there is also an ever-increasing market for what I am offering: A very affordable solution for those businesses which have the following requirements:


E-commerce: Sell stuff via your website, taking payments online

Informational: Explain, describe and market your products and services

Bookings: Take bookings and payments for those bookings for the services you provide

Blog: Enhance your website ranking on Google with relevant blog posts


The word 'cheap' has negative connotations, but my websites are still as beautiful, informative and appropriate for your target audience as something that might be more expensive. The only limitations are at an advanced level. So actually, there's nothing for me to be ashamed of in being a self-declared cheap website designer. It benefits you, it gives me a niche, so what's so bad about it?


At SME level, there's nothing (business setup dependent) you'll lose by choosing the affordable solution.


At £50 per page, built around your business needs, you'll find this price hard to beat.


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There's nothing wrong with saving some cash.