Income $50,000 $200,000
The range of income for the first year will be dependent upon the type of clients you work with. There are entry-level clients, like entrepreneurs and larger clients such as restaurants, retail stores and manufacturers. The average entry level website is one to five pages and the cost ranges from $100 to $500. Larger more complicated websites start at $2500 and can be as much as $100,000.
The smaller websites can support your day-to-day expenses, since the larger client’s requirements will take 30-90 days to complete projects.
Hint: Especially with larger clients, set up payment schedules (make them at minimum of 25% increments) prior to beginning their project and then stage incremental payments throughout the length of the work. It will be a big help towards making sure that you don’t end up putting in a lot of hours only to end up with a client who is a slow pay or doesn’t pay at all.
Almost every company out there as a necessity for a website. It’s their electronic brochure. It helps inform their clients about their product and/or services. Website design is not that difficult to learn, but it does require developing an expertise.
When you browse around the Internet you are able to view millions of websites; however which websites stick out in your mind? They are easy to navigate, aesthetically pleasing to look at and provide valuable information to the viewer.
Less than 10% of all websites fall into these three categories. When you find websites, which are not easy to navigate, they will be an ideal prospect for you to approach.