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  • July 8 2020

Cheap Website VS Quality Website

We all know how tech has taken over everything now. For businesses, it’s the world of digital technology, and if you’re into a business, you’re doing it all wrong if your business is not online. No matter the size of your business, developing and maintaining an online presence is vital.

A website is never simply just a website. It’s a means to showcase your services to a broader client base and reach out to people. This says a lot about the need to make sure whatever website you’re trying to build is a quality one.

While some business owners think they should be able to get a nice website designed for them for a couple of dollars, what they don’t know is that there’s a big difference between having a cheap design and quality design.
Well, you can’t really blame them, it’s about money. They just thought why they should pay $1000 for a website when they could also get one at $250. In most cases, the latter is a quality website than the former. There’s no way you’d compare a $1000 website to a $250.

Cheap vs Quality Website

Creative and Design Process

The creative and design process of both websites cannot be the same. There’s a big difference between having experienced, high-end designer, and internet marketer creating or designing a website for you compared to a DIY process or an inexperienced designer.

Website Rankings

An experienced website builder will build the website in such a way that it will rank well on Google, whereas a cheap website cheaply designed will not make it to Google search results.

Conversion Rate

Another clear difference is the conversion rate. A high converting website and a low-converting website will have a huge impact on your profit. Why would you sacrifice low conversions and go for a cheap website just because you want to save some dollars?

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