This morning I wrote my first post for LinkedIn: “Why Website Redesigns Cost More Than you Expect“.
It is original content; my thoughts on the cost of a website redesign based on an article in SiteProNews about the tasks required to do a website overhaul.
For me, “overhaul” is a big, strong word, and does not describe what clients and prospects are thinking. In my experience, clients and prospects have used softer words like “tweak” and “modernize”, and even “re-design” to describe what they want to do with their websites. They envision a quick, inexpensive update to their website, and have no knowledge of the work that needs to be done in the background. My post explores the work and, hopefully, will enlighten businesses and professionals as to what it really takes to build a best-in-class redesigned website.