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Often businesses get an insanely expensive quote from a web design agency and then do one of three things:
1.) Pay it... Struggle big time financially and start to hate the website as it has led to a difficult start to their business.
2.) Find a cheaper option... You go to a freelancer site, get a cheaper freelancer but they deliver a website you don't like and will grow out of.
3.) You try to build it yourself with the likes of Wix or Squarespace... taking A LOT of time and causing frustration when you have a million other things to do!
So we created "Pay What You Want Websites"... a service for small businesses, that allows people to pay what they can afford for websites.
This isn't a marketing ploy... we will only work with small businesses working in the Food Growing Industry, in Regenerative Agriculture or those who focus wholeheartedly on Sustainability.
You decide how much you can afford and select this on our sliding scale website purchase page. This gets us started working together...
We work on this basis hoping that those who can afford will pay enough to cover those that really cannot.
We have a set routine of forms that will help us establish what you would like to achieve with your website, what you would like it to look like, what branding you have, and what content you want on the site.
We then go about building your site, with feedback at all stages.
Your website is built and you are sent it throughout the design stages for feedback. Once you are happy, we will begin the sign off process which includes setting up the site for SEO, making it fully mobile responsive and also handing over the site so you can make changes yourself.
We build all of our websites using Wordpress and the Divi Theme & Builder.
You then have the opportunity to "Pay It Forward" by paying a little extra for your website when you are happy with it. This will allow other businesses to get the same high quality website when they are going through difficult times, or just starting out!
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