Ok great. So you have a good idea of what you want on your website. Most probably, you are already writing your content or have it written for you by someone. Well, here are the 5 questions to ask your web developer for your effective website.
- Per Project Or Hour Rate?
This is an option you need to evaluate well enough. Accepting an hourly rate agreement gives you little control over the costs. What if your website is only partially completed or the developer is nowhere to be found? Inevitably, you will have to pay more money to get your website finished and this is a strain you might want to avoid as you are starting up your new business.
- Site Maintenance?
From time to time, your website will need updates and few changes from here and there. Who will take care of that? If the developer offers maintenance service, what are his charges and turn-around time? This is an important decision you need to consider from the onset.
- Completion Date For The Site.
Time is everything and planning ahead of your time is just as crucial as starting your own business. You want to be in a position to plan ahead for the launch, and knowing when your website will be ready will be very important for you. Remember to talk about the completion time with your developer and be sure that you are ok with it.
- Search Engine Optimization
Proper site optimization is very important for your business success and this is usually an add-on service to the package. For your interest, you need to consider this as one of your 5 Key Questions To Ask Your Web Developers. Find out if your developer includes it with his website plan or as an additional cost. For more about search engine, consider our class (Easy Traffic Strategy)
- Competence Of The Developer?
You don’t want to underestimate this about the developer you are considering for the job. A website is a major component of your marketing strategy and business success, especially these days. So make sure you do your own due research before selecting a web developer and don’t hesitate to ask as many questions as possible, to better understand his capability.
Now you have heard it, so go out there and look for the right developer for your website. Don’t procrastinate, take action now for your business and run with it.
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