The cost varies depending on the level of creativity required for the project.
This involves billing clients for the time spent working on their project, at a pre-determined hourly rate. This strategy is best for small projects or those with a lot of uncertainty around
the scope of work.
This involves setting prices based on the value the client will receive from the project, rather than the cost of the project. This strategy is best for projects that provide significant value to the client, such as increasing sales or reducing costs.
This involves agreeing on a total price for a project before work begins. This strategy is best for larger, more defined projects, as it provides the client with a clear budget and the agency with a clear understanding of the scope of work.
This involves billing clients on a recurring basis, usually monthly, for ongoing services such as maintenance and updates to their website. This strategy is best for clients who need regular updates and support for their website.