Add up the hours you’ve dedicated to your website – the back-and-forths between templates, the page edits, the meticulous tweaking of blocks, the color palette transformations, and all those Google quests to untangle every tiny hiccup. If we were to transform those hours into a concrete figure, how many hours would have passed by?
Now, let’s picture a different scene: a flurry of clients being served, one after another. Imagine the potential earnings that could have landed in your pocket during those hours lost in the maze of DIY web design.
Even if you’re not knee-deep in the website-building endeavor and you’re starting fresh, think about how much you could accomplish with that reclaimed time – and more importantly, the value that time holds for you. We don’t hesitate to hire a cleaning whiz or a green-thumb gardener because we understand that the liberation from those chores is worth every penny.
Hiring a web designer operates on the same wavelength, with a delightful bonus. The result isn’t just an expense – it’s an investment.
Consider the price your chosen web designer is quoting, and consider two things:
- How much would you pay to get this ‘build a website’ job off your to-do list for good and have it done to a high standard?
- How many clients would that new website need to attract to pay for itself?