Do You Have To Pay Monthly For A Website? Great, you have a business idea. You’re either at the very beginning or close to launching and you’ve now decided that the next best step for your business is to get a website built. You have a few options.
- You can hire a web design agency
- You can build it yourself.
- You can get your dads, friends, dogs’ brother to do it.
From our experience, number 1 is the best way to go all of the time. But even then there are a few options. The biggest one of which is how you’re going to pay for the website?
Pay Monthly Website vs Upfront Website Build
Pay Monthly Websites are websites that are paid for over a span of 12-18 months (this varies depending on the agency) and upfront website builds are paid for in 2 payments. 50% deposit, and a final 50% payment once the site is live.
At the end of the day, you get the same result. Whether you pay for the monthly website over time or upfront, we provide the same experience for both types of clients. At the end of the day you’re still getting a fantastic website for your business, the only thing that’s different is the support and payment method.
As you’re paying for the website monthly with the Pay Monthly Website option support is included, but the upfront website build has optional monthly support.
Why Would You Pay Monthly For A Website?
Some businesses have larger upfront capital than others. Let’s say you’re a single mum and you’re looking to start up a new finance business. Your capital is going to be a lot smaller than a corporate company setting up a separate company.
The corporate company can fork out £3000 for a new website, whereas the single mum might not be able to afford this, but also knows that a great website is a huge requirement for a successful business.
Cash flow for businesses is also a huge issue, and they also cannot find £3000 laying around, so £145 a month seems like a better option. Check out our Pay Monthly Web Design pricing options.
Do You Have To Pay Monthly For A Website?
No, you don’t have to, but if you’re struggling with cash flow, then it might be the best option for your business. Every business has different financials, so depending on your business’s financials, it’s up to you whether or not you pay monthly for a website or not.
Click here to get in touch to learn more about our Pay Monthly Websites.