If you’re planning on launching or redeveloping your website in the near future, don’t be fooled — there’s a lot more to consider than simply the layout and price.
First, it’s important to know that a website isn’t a product, it’s a service. The woes of Web development stem from this … and the fact that it’s is a fairly new industry with very little standards doesn’t help, either.
Not only is it challenging to understand what exactly you’re buying, it can also be hard to find the right Web development agency to meet your specific needs. This may lead to unrealistic expectations, leaving the entire website development process to be defined by the client instead of being generated from a joint decision between the agency and the client.
Think of it this way: Getting a new website isn’t like getting a roof for your home. The process goes beyond figuring how much space you need to cover and ordering the right type of materials. During the website building process, no website or requirement is quite like the other. This makes the process for buying a website and working with a Web marketing agency anything but standardized. Read More